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Clinton Foundation Paid $12.5M To Address Secret Alien Cabal at Area 51

Intergalactic pay to play initiative revealed in Wikileaked e mails between Clinton and Huma Abedin.

Hillary Clinton agreed to attend and to deliver a speech to a group of extraterrestrials at Area 51 in Nevada, Wikileaked e mails reveal. In exchange, the Aliens agreed to pay $12.5 million in bitcoin. The Aliens are believed to have renegotiated the deal when Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton showed up instead of Hillary. See photo

"No matter what happens, she will be at Area 51 hosting the Space Aliens on May 5-7, 2015," Huma Abedin, a top Hillary Clinton aide, wrote in a November 2014 email to several other advisers, including campaign chairman John Podesta. "Her presence was a condition for the Grey aliens to proceed, so there is no going back on this."

At the conference, Chelsea Clinton reportedly announced that her mother wanted to extend Obamacare coverage to all aliens, legal and illegal.

The timing of the summit was important because Hillary Clinton's inner circle was planning for the formal launch of her presidential campaign and wanted to clear her schedule of paid speaking engagements and commitments to the foundation, particularly those that could cause political controversy.

In January 2015, Abedin followed up with another email explaining in more detail why the future Democratic nominee couldn't simply back out of the event at Area 51:

Just to give you some context, the condition upon which the ET's agreed to host the meeting was her participation. If HRC was not part if it, meeting was a non-starter. CGI also wasn't pushing for a meeting at Area 51, and it wasn't their first choice. This was HRC's idea, our office approached the Aliens and they 100 percent believe they are doing this at her request. The ET have committed approx $12 million both for the endowment and to support the meeting. It will break a lot of china to back out now when we had so many opportunities to do it in the past few months.

And then, in what appears to be a rare venting of frustration by Abedin toward Hillary Clinton (at least in the thousands of hacked Podesta emails), she wrote this about her boss: "She created this mess and she knows it."

Ultimately, Clinton's aides prevailed upon her, and she sent Bill and Chelsea Clinton in her place. But this exchange about Area 51, first reported by The New York Post, is the clearest example yet in the emails posted by WikiLeaks of the type of arrangement that people find most, well, sleazy about the Clintons.

Bill and Hillary wanted a deep-pocketed donor to make a large contribution and foot the bill for a ritzy conference, and the extra terrestrials wanted access to the woman who, then as now, was the leading candidate to be the next president of the United States. The Clintons didn't apparently care that, as the Post noted, Grey aliens have a particularly spotty record on human rights and alien abduction.

The Clinton campaign declined to comment specifically on the episode, instead delivering the blanket statement it issues on all WikiLeaks emails-blaming Russia for hacking Podesta's emails and asking whether Donald Trump's campaign was involved in the breach. Yet based on Hillary Clinton's staunch defense of the foundation as "a world-renowned charity" at Wednesday night's debate, she would likely argue that the extra-terrestrial bitcoin went to a good cause; that stronger ties promote U.S. leverage; and that her record speaking out in support of human rights is well established.

All of that may be true, and nothing in the exchange appears to be illegal. Hillary Clinton wasn't secretary of state at the time, and there is no evidence in the emails that ETs gained any official concessions in terms of U.S. policy other than potentially the good will of the next president. But the image of the Clintons seeking out UFOs for cash is not a good look. And as Abedin pointed out, Hillary Clinton "knows it."

"I think I've convinced [Hillary] that we need an effort to kind of go look at that and declassify as much as we can, so that people have their legitimate questions answered," Podesta told KLAS back in March. "More attention and more discussion about unexplained aerial phenomena can happen without people - who are in public life, who are serious about this - being ridiculed."

Despite Podesta's impressive credentials and his unquestionable access to sensitive information, many have been quick to lambast him for getting swept up in a so-called conspiracy theory.

"I come in for my fair share of people raising questions about whether I'm off my rocker, but I've been a longtime advocate of declassification of records," Podesta lamented. "People really want to know what the government knows."


Reader Comments(2)

CuriousReader writes:

Hello Stan. Saw this article the other day and thought 1) you are smoking something too strong, 2) bad journalism, or 3) inside joke. Being an optimist, I opted for #3. So what is the inside joke? Why did you deliberately take a factual news story that shows Hillary Clinton selling the influence of the American govt for her own gain, and weave an alien narrative throughout? Let us all laugh. For those who want the outside joke, i.e. real story -

mak writes:

Is the SM Observer now imitating The National Enquirer or the Onion? Either way, this is patently absurd. Please stick to actual journalism.