Bernie Sanders has promised the American people that if he is indeed elected to be President in the 2020 campaign, he will tell all he knows about aliens. Okay…really…what?!?
In the final moments of an hourlong podcast hosted by Joe Rogan, Rogan asked the democratic presidential hopeful, if he would tell the American public anything he found out about aliens and UFO’s while he was in office.
“Well, I’ll tell you, my wife would demand that I let you know.”
The Presidential candidate then laughed, saying that during his role as a senator his wife had more than once pressed him for any information he may have had about aliens. He tried to tell her that he didn’t have access to those records or that type of information.
Sanders went on to promise that if he did win the presidential nomination, and gained access to any information having to do with aliens, he would announce it on “The Joe Rogan Experience” first.
Although this type of question is prevalent for Rogan to ask on his show, it brings to mind the uptick in recent conversations on the subject of UFO’s. Especially after the sudden increase in reports earlier this year filed by military pilots encountering unidentified aircraft.
During an interview with ABC News this past June, President Trump was approached about the increase in those very reports by pilots. In regards to the origin of the reports, Trump offered very little clarity. He suggested:
“We’re watching, and you’ll be the first to know.”
Trump is not the only President who chose to be vague and play it cool. His predecessor Obama, when asked about aliens and area 51 on a 2015 appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live deflected the question with comments like:
“The aliens won’t let it happen. You’d reveal all their secrets, and they exercise strict control over us.”
He went on to say:
“I can’t reveal anything.”