A poll reveals that almost half of all Americans think the government is hiding evidence of UFOs from the public. The other half thinks that the evidence of UFOs existed, but it was “misplaced” by Hillary Clinton. One of the many Clinton jokes that circulated on the Internet
I’m getting my facts straight. (Laughter.) First of all, let me say that Hillary and I are delighted to have all of you here. The story Hillary told about her fascination with space is not apocryphal, it is real. I heard it a long time before I ever thought she would be telling it before a microphone. And so this is a thrilling day for us. President Bill Clinton 1998
We’ll have a woman President by 2010. Hillary Clinton statement during the 1992 campaign.
A young girl interested in public service can be told with a straight face that she too could grow up to be president. Hillary Rodham Clinton
Hillary discusses a UFO story about her “steamy relationship” with a space alien that appeared in the Weekly World News.
A review of the nearly 1,000 pages of UFO files from OSTP have revealed that yet another powerful member of the Clinton White House was involved in the UFO briefings, and also in the actual attempt to bring the issue to President Clinton. That person, whose name appears more than once in the OSTP documents, was the President’s wife Hillary Clinton.
Hillary’s UFO involvement may have come simply from the fact that she played a strong role in many of the Clinton White House decisions. Hillary, in fact liked to quote people who referred to her and Bill in the White House as getting two for the price of one, a blue-light special. Hillary did not hide the fact that she liked the co-presidency idea.
The President asked Hillary’s opinion on almost every issue. She was so much a part of the President’s decisions that Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward commented, “I’d go as far as to say she’s part of Bill Clinton’s brain.” It was reported that Hillary usually had more to say in staff meetings than the President, and she wasn’t afraid to say what she had on her mind.
Chief pollster and strategist Dick Morris, the President’s key pollster and strategist, stated in an interview with Peter Jennings that Hillary “had tremendous power, and was a crucial element in the White House in ‘93 and ‘94.” In fact when asked, Morris agreed with the rumor that Hillary “was the power behind the throne.”
Morris concluded, in fact, that Hillary was being viewed so strongly in the public, she was making the President look “weak, wishy-washy, and ineffective.” When the democrats lost seats in the 1994 mid-term elections, Morris advised the President “that Hillary withdraw from overt participation in White House staff meetings and politics, so that the impression of a secret hidden power not sap her husband’s image and undermine perceptions of his strength.”