On the Jimmy Kimmel show this week, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was his guest. While most of the show was an obvious attempt to downplay the severity of her email leaks, toward the end of the segment, Clinton talked about medical marijuana — and UFO’s.
As we have reported this week, Clinton’s email fiasco showed that she is well-connected with both the Rockefeller and Rothschild families, emailing them on a regular basis.
Her emails also revealed Google working with the US government as a political weapon to overthrow Syria’s Assad.
After failing to talk about Clinton’s criminal activities, the host went on to ask Clinton about Medical marijuana and then UFOs.
“When we had your husband, President Clinton, on this show, I asked him about UFOs and Area 51,” Kimmel said. “If I was president, that’s the first thing I’d do. I’d go right into those files and see what was going on. And he said that he did do that, and that he didn’t find anything.”
“Yes…well, I’m gonna do it, again. And you know, there’s a new name,” Clinton added. “It’s unexplained aerial phenomenon — UAP — that’s the latest nomenclature.”
Kimmel then said he prefers the “old” acronym UFO, to which Clinton replied, “Well, I think we can use them interchangeably, but I would like us to go into those files and, hopefully, make as much of that public as possible. If there’s nothing there, let’s tell people there’s nothing there.”
“What if there is something there?” Kimmel retorted.
“Well, if there is something there,” the Democratic front-runner suggested, “Unless it’s a threat to national security, I think we ought to share it with the public.
Watch the exchange below. Based on Hillary’s secrecy over her relationships with the banking cartels and her ability to avoid answering any questions of relevance, if there are any files on UFOs or UAPs, the public will likely never see them.