Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20. Despite Trump showing keen interest in space exploration during his election rallies, one UFO expert insists that he wants Hillary Clinton to disclose the truth about aliens.
Recently, Steve Bassett, the only registered lobbyist on the UFO issue in the U.S., said that he was contacted by a whistleblower, who claimed that alien disclosure was on the cards.
Bassett runs the Paradigm Research Group (PRG). A press release, issued by PRG on November 17, said, "Two days after the election defeat of Secretary Hillary Clinton, Paradigm Research Group received a message from a source within the military/intelligence community known to PRG."
The message read, "Persons who are directly involved in the management of the extraterrestrial issues want disclosure to take place under President Obama and are ready to work with the SecDef (Secretary of Defence) if approached."
During her campaign, Hillary Clinton promised to reveal the truth about extra-terrestrial life if she becomes President. The beaten presidential candidate could still influence a government announcement, the release stated, adding that the Clintons now have a choice to make of historic proportions."Should they immediately take interviews with top journalists and discuss in greater detail what they know about the ET issue and what transpired during the Rockefeller Initiative (1993-1996), the resulting media storm will force the Pentagon and the White House to reach the necessary understanding allowing Barack Obama to be the Disclosure president. Or should they remain silent and allow the truth embargo to continue on into the next administration," PRG stated in the press release.
Emphasizing the urgency of the situation, PRG said that the disclosure needs to happen as early as possible. "This process is time-sensitive. Disclosure would need to happen early enough for the nation to absorb such extraordinary information and settle down prior to the inauguration. There would also be time to prepare various government agencies for the engagement of the media and the public going forward. Then the new president would be stepping into a relatively stable and organized post-Disclosure status," said PRG in its press note.
Meanwhile, sources close to Donald Trump said that the President-elect wants NASA to ditch Mars plans and instead focus on space exploration. According to a recent report, Donald Trump said he is keen on visiting Jupiter's moon Europa.
Europa's ocean climate means it is one of the most likely places aliens will be found, said a recent report by the Inquisitr.
According to the report, Donald Trump's new space policy is heavily influenced by U.S. Congressman Robert Walker. The policy is designed to coordinate public and private efforts to maximize American efforts to explore the entire solar system.
"That includes mining valuable minerals from the asteroid belt and visiting Jupiter's moon Europa, perhaps the best place to find alien life near Earth," the report said.
During his election rally speech, Donald Trump made it clear that if he were to become President, he would issue a clear mandate to NASA to focus on space exploration.
Currently, Donald Trump's space policy team is being led by Mark Albrecht, a long-time Republican space policy adviser and former executive secretary of the National Space Council."A cornerstone of my policy is we will substantially expand public private partnerships to maximize the amount of investment and funding that is available for space exploration and development. This means launching and operating major space assets, right here, that employ thousands and spur innovation and fuel economic growth. I will free NASA from the restriction of serving primarily as a logistics agency for low earth orbit activity," said Donald Trump, according to a news report by Breitbart.
[Featured Image by Fotolia]