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originally posted by: mysterioustranger
a reply to: Benicealways
There will NEVER be any disclosure.Ever. No one person will be believed by the world. Other countries have disclosed and it meant nothing.
It will never...ever...happen. So don't wait up....
originally posted by: Benicealways
a reply to: crayzeed
She is getting old, she has been in the know for a long time, and she doesn't care so much about her next 10-30 years career wise because she'll probably be gone soon anyways. Then there is also the clear sign that she has given Podesta the green light to openly talk about UFOs and imply aliens.
All she would have to do is say: 'Given the large amount of evidence we have, I know it's highly probable we are being visited.'
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