There's been a whole lot of talk over who white males are voting for. Who women are voting for. Who black men and women are voting for. Who young people are voting for. Who old people are voting for.
But not enough time is being devoted to a much more significant segment of American citizens: crazy UFO conspiracy theorist people…
The X-Conference is a weekend-long symposium on exopolitics–or governmental, political or social issues relating to aliens and UFOs. Various heavyweights in the UFO community came to the event to speak about their work and to discuss a conspiracy to cover up encounters with the third kind.
"There is no more important research going on in the world," said Steve Bassett, executive producer of the event, at the conference on Sunday morning. Most of the 120 or so audience members nodded in agreement.
Yes… No more important research… I am nodding in agreement…
Grant Cameron, a lecturing UFO researcher, said that UFOs have long been an issue with presidential candidates. But he said that he no longer thinks that presidents have all the facts when it comes to extra terrestrial visits.
"There's a government inside a government," that controls this information, Cameron said.
But what Cameron isn't telling you is that there's a government inside that government. And inside that government is a tiny little green man pulling a bunch of levers.
And inside that little green man is another government.
Carmeron ended up endorsing Hillary Clinton on his web site, "Hillary is sympathetic to the issue," said Cameron, a Canadian who also works as a building facility manager at the University of Manitoba to pay the bills.
Cameron added that both Hillary and former president Bill Clinton met with UFO enthusiast Laurance Rockefeller to talk about extra terrestrials. And Cameron said that he has acquired documents through Freedom of Information Act requests that show that the former president investigated UFOs.
I was actually surprised by his endorsement. I thought that the mass of people nodding in agreement and holding out hope for vague and elusive things that are extremely unlikely to be based in reality would be Obama voters, somehow.
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