If you’re in any way involved with UFOlogy, then you probably know about ET Disclosure proposals. If not, here are a couple of key players involved with Disclosure organizations.
Steven Greer heads up the “The Disclosure Project” which is a nonprofit research project working to fully disclose the facts about UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence, and classified advanced energy and propulsion systems.
Stephen Bassett is Executive Director of the Paradigm Research Group and has assisted numerous organizations and initiatives working to raise public awareness of both ET presence, convene open congressional hearings and incite the political media to cover the attendant issues.
For years now individuals involved within the UFO arena wonder if the US government will ever come clean with what they know about UFO’s and the presence of extraterrestrials on this planet. One argument has been, which president with what political party would be most likely to release this information? Looking back on three previous United States Presidents, we have learned they’ve had their own UFO sightings which they have publicly admitted to.
John F. Kennedy the 35th president of the United Sates was part of the Democratic party. He had a UFO Sighting near Cape Code in 1963.
Jimmy Carter the 39th President of the United States was part of the Democratic Party. He had a UFO Sighting 2 years before he became governor of Georgia in which he reported the incident not once but twice.
Ronald Reagan the 40th President of the United States was first a Democrat then switched to the Republican party in 1962. While governor of California he had two UFO sightings.
These past three presidents would have been more likely to push the issue of an ET Disclosure due to their own personal experiences, but what about our present or future president? Which political party do you think would be more likely to release the information?
UFOnut.com would like to know what your pick is? The Democrats being more likely to admit to an ET presence or the Republicans? Now’s your chance to vote. You can also leave a brief comment about your vote but please, “Only non inflammatory comments“.
Note: I purposely left out the American Independent Party, and other parties due to their lack of U. S. Electoral College majority.