"Aliens Exist." At least, that's what Blink-182's Tom DeLonge was implying to Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, in two emails recently uncovered by WikiLeaks. Now, you can read the entirety of DeLonge's emails to Podesta for yourself. Do Tom's emails to Clinton's campaign chair prove the government's knowledge of UFOs? Dark and scary, ordinary / Explanation, information.
As recently reported by Rolling Stone, a new WikiLeaks email dump showed that Tom DeLonge emailed Podesta about UFOs. Podesta, currently chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, was previously chief of staff for Bill Clinton and a counselor to the president for Barack Obama. Interestingly, Podesta also has a longtime fascination with the extraterrestrial, making him an ideal investigative partner for DeLonge -- emails from the same WikiLeaks dump show Podesta discussing UFO technology with a former NASA astronaut.Tom DeLonge's first email to the Clinton campaign chair came in October 2015. In the message, Tom writes as if the two had previously met, and the former Blink-182 guitarist intimates that a filmed interview between himself and John had already taken place. In the email, titled "Important things-," Tom indicates that the aforementioned interview was earmarked for a "special documentary." As published by WikiLeaks, you can read the email here.
DeLonge's email goes on to state that this supposed "project" was moving along swiftly, and that DeLonge was then hoping to introduce John to "two very 'important' people" in Washington, D.C. Was Tom trying to set up a meeting among Podesta and other government officials concerning John's (and these "important" officials') knowledge of UFOs? Tom tells John that the meeting's "sensitive topic" would relate to "Classified Science and DOD topics," with DeLonge requesting a "casual, and private conversation in person."
As previously reported here at the Inquisitr, this Blink-182 WikiLeaks story concerning DeLonge and the Clinton campaign chair was initially broken by the Wall Street Journal. In addition, the Inquisitr has previously covered Tom DeLonge's post-Blink-182 written works, Tom's similarities to new Blink guitarist Matt Skiba, DeLonge's corporate connections to Pearl Jam, and his musical project besides Blink-182 (and latter-day band, Angels & Airwaves), Box Car Racer.DeLonge's second email to Podesta was sent this January with the subject heading of "General McCasland." The full email, from WikiLeaks, can be read here. As mentioned in the previously linked Rolling Stone piece, while John Podesta seemingly didn't reply to these emails (or his reply emails simply weren't discovered by WikiLeaks), a calendar notification from the day preceding the "General McCasland" email insinuates that a person by the name of Susan McCasland Wilkerson accepted a meeting invitation from Podesta and DeLonge. Tom's "General McCasland" email suggests the titular "General" had inside knowledge of the Roswell UFO incident.
"Trust me, the advice is already been happening on how to do all this. He just has to say that out loud, but he is very, very aware- as he was in charge of all of the stuff. When Roswell crashed, they shipped it to the laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. General McCasland was in charge of that exact laboratory up to a couple years ago."As indicated in the Blink-182 lyric excerpt at the top of this article, Tom DeLonge told Blink fans in 1999, via song, that there's "something very wrong" about our current understanding of extraterrestrial life and the UFOs they may navigate. Referencing the Majestic 12 UFO conspiracy theory, hit Blink album Enema of the State's "Aliens Exist" heavily foreshadowed Tom's eventual Jovian pastime and progressive involvement in UFO investigation.
Up all night long And there's something very wrong And I know it must be late Been gone since yesterday I'm not like you guys Twelve majestic liesWhat do you think of the Tom DeLonge emails to Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta? Do you believe that Tom, John, or even Hillary may know something about extraterrestrial life, otherworldly UFO technology, or alien-involved government conspiracies that are being hidden from the general public? Do you think it's possible that Hillary herself could be an alien? Let us know all of your extraterrestrial thoughts in the comments section below.
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