Hillary Clinton, Conspiracy Kook

Have you heard the latest out of this woman’s mouth?

Hillary Clinton says that aliens may have already visited humanity.

“I think we may have been [visited already]. We don’t know for sure,” the Democratic presidential front-runner told The Conway Daily Sun during a campaign stop in New Hampshire last week.
Her comment came after being asked about her husband Bill Clinton’s comments during an appearance on late-night show “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in 2014, when he suggested that extraterrestrial life could exist.

Hillary Clinton told a Sun reporter that she would “get to the bottom” of UFOs.

Get to the bottom?

Did she forget about the last time she and her rapist husband (unless his victims are not to be believed, but Hillary tells us that victims of sexual assault have the right to be believed) were in the White House?

Webb Hubbell, who looked interestingly like Hillary’s daughter, wrote a book after he was run out of the Clinton White House and touched on this subject…



President Clinton was intrigued by UFOs and wanted to know if they
really existed, says a new book by his golfing pal, disgraced Justice
Department official Webb Hubbell.

Hubbell says finding out about UFOs was one of the top priorities
Clinton gave him in sending him over to a job as one of Attorney
General Janet Reno’s top deputies.

Clinton had said, “if I put you over at Justice I want you to find the
answers to two questions for me,” Hubbell recounts.

“One, who killed JFK. And two, are there UFOs.”

“Clinton was dead serious. I had looked into both, but wasn’t satisfied
with the answers I was getting,” Hubbell adds.

H/T to Ace Of Spades, who did a wonderful job today with the subject of the Clintons and their interest in UFO’s of late.

These two crooked political hacks already had a chance to “out” whatever there was to know about the aliens who are visiting us, and produced precisely zero on the subject.

And yet Hillary, who perhaps was too drunk as First Lady to remember, has no apparent memory of the relentless hunt for little green men in her husband’s administration.

The reason we aren’t awash in evidence for the existence of UFO’s visiting us is the same reason there is such scant evidence for the Loch Ness Monster. They don’t exist. And the Clintons proved it by dispatching one of their Arkansas flunkies on a mission to unearth the truth about the aliens, who came back with nothing.

But the traffic in conspiracy kookery and fanciful, anti-factual tale-spinning is as standard a feature of Hillary’s political career as the persistent reports of her alcohol abuse.

There was, after all, her rather dogged insistence on pushing a little-known YouTube video making fun of the Prophet Mohammed as the cause of the Benghazi Massacre when it was clear the four Americans who died on the night of Sept. 11, 2012 were the victims of her stupefyingly incompetent policies. There’s her alleged personal relationship with the ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt – can you imagine the howls of laughter if Michele Bachmann had cooked up such a story?

And then there was the fanciful talk of a “vast right wing conspiracy” behind the stream of stories about her husband’s serial abuse of women over which he had power given his positions in politics. One of those women, Paula Jones, collected $850,000 in a legal settlement from the Clintons; a settlement due to which Hillary spun another brazenly fact-free narrative, that being the family was “dead broke” coming out of the White House.

Meanwhile, Hillary and her husband have engaged in a number of real-life conspiracies, from his collecting political donations from overseas while president, to selling pardons to scumbags like Mark Rich on his way out of office, to perfecting the foreign graft and influence-peddling machine through the Clinton Foundation while Hillary was Secretary of State. Not to mention the multiple scandals coming out of her emails, each of which would be sufficient to prove up what would otherwise seem strange and fanciful allegations about the abuse of government power.

Add to that the coup de grace of conspiracy theories that Hillary herself spawned – the Obama birther nonsense.

Were she a Republican, nobody would take this woman seriously after such a record of words and deeds. But we’re just getting started. Before it’s over, it won’t matter that Hillary is a Democrat.



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