With the U.S. 2016 Presidential election in full swing, several notable facts about the op two candidates, Democratic standard-bearer Hillary Clinton have emerged into the limelight. In a recent information dump by WikiLeaks, it was revealed that a close aide of Clinton had engaged in serious UFO talk with former Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge.
The UFO links to the Clinton campaign are pretty prominent, with the candidate attracting the vote of alien aficionados after she expressed her interest in opening the rumored secret UFO files that are allegedly being kept under wraps by the U.S. government.
Current Clinton campaign manager and former White house adviser John Podesta has always been one of the biggest voices in the United States government's transparency when it comes to unexplained alien phenomena. In fact, when serving under the present administration, Podesta stated that one of his biggest failures was that he was not able to secure the U.S. government's official disclosure of UFO files.
This is where things begin to get interesting. Former Blink-182 guitarist and frontman Tom DeLonge has always been a firm believer in life beyond the stars. In fact, after the popular band disbanded in on 2005, DeLonge decided to focus his energies on more creative and somewhat mystical projects.
Among these projects is a groundbreaking documentary about the secre6t UFO files that the United States government is allegedly keeping. As for the documentary, DeLonge has pitched it as a film which will involve some of the most reputable men in the country.
According to the recent WikiLeaks information dump, one of the men that DeLonge contacted for the documentary was none other than Podesta himself. Unsurprisingly, the conversations between DeLonge and Podesta were accessed by Clinton as well.
Of course, there are a lot of gray areas in the link between Hillary Clinton and the UFO conspiracy. However, the candidate's interest, as well as the possible involvement of her campaign chief in possibly the most ambitious documentary about aliens, undoubtedly stirs interest.