Disclosure Gains Political Traction As Florida Candidate Claims Contact With Aliens


Rohnert Park, CA
October 18, 2017

by Rich Scheck

Anyone who thinks the subject of ET’s is a fringe issue in contemporary politics, might want to reconsider that notion. Some may remember that the topic emerged as part of the 2016 presidential election after the release of e-mails from John Podesta that indicated the interest of the Clinton campaign in the topic.

In 2002, Steve Bassett ran for Congress as an independent from Maryland with his primary issue the end of the Truth Embargo regarding extraterrestrial visitation to Earth. I know that to be true because I was his Campaign Manager.

Although Bassett got only a small percentage of the vote, he has labored tirelessly for over 15 years along with a group of similarly focused individuals who are persistent in demanding the government come clean on its knowledge of this delicate matter. He even sponsored simulated Congressional hearings several years ago with former elected officials taking evidence that should have been done by current members.

Now comes a woman from South Florida who is running for Congress and who states she has had contact with aliens. http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article178813586.html

Whatever the validity of her claims, the topic is also getting additional attention from Tom DeLonge who has put in motion an elaborate business venture designed to Take Us To the Stars: http://cosmicconvergence.org/?p=22776

DeLonge, Bassett, Steve Greer of The Disclosure Project and many others are persevering in the hope that the public will finally learn the full extent of ET contacts and our own Secret Space Program which historian Richard Dolan has labeled The Breakaway Civilization.

Had Clinton won the election, that agenda might have received strong input under Podesta’s guidance. With her defeat, it is unclear where Trump stands on the topic although Grant Cameron has provided some educated guesses of what might unfold during his term.

Dolan, Bassett and Michael Salla commented about Disclosure under Trump shortly after the election:

Will Disclosure be an important issue in the future? The answer seems increasingly to be yes.



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