Is Hillary Clinton desperately pandering to the kooky Bernie Sanders demographic? Not necessarily. Let's remember the time this happened...
In 1994, reeling from the Democrats’ defeat in congressional elections, Hillary Clinton, that otherwise apparently sane woman, invited five professional feel gooders to spend the weekend with her and Bill. They included Stephen Covey, author of the Seven Habits of Highly Successful People and Jean Houston, a self-styled “sacred psychologist”.
As the weekend wore on, it was increasingly dominated by Hillary’s own problems.
Houston, who felt that “being Hillary Clinton was like being Mozart with his hands cut off”, informed the First Lady that she was “carrying the burden of 5,000 years of history when women were subservient . . . probably more than virtually any woman in human history – apart from Joan of Arc”.
Houston and the latter-day Joan conducted seances in which they consulted Clinton’s ‘spiritual archetypes’, Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi.
So why not UFOs?
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said that if she is elected, she will 'get to the bottom' of questions over what the government knows about UFOs and aliens.
When asked if she would support UFO disclosure group efforts, she enthusiastically said 'yes'.
'Yes, I'm going to get to the bottom of it,' Hillary Clinton told The Sun reporter last week.
In 2014, Bill Clinton told late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel that he wouldn't be surprised if aliens visited Earth, and last week
Hillary Clinton appeared to agree with her husband's comments when she spoke about aliens on last week.
'I think we may have been (visited already). We don't know for sure,' she said.
She added that she would like to look into Area 51, which she first called Area 54 but quickly corrected herself.
'He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out,' Hillary Clinton said. 'One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51.'
Podesta released a statement in 2014 in which he said his biggest regret during his time as a top adviser for President Barack Obama was not securing the release of classified UFO Files.
'Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #the truthisstilloutthere,' he said.
Podesta was also the chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton.
Yes, this clown act is running America. But Republicans "hate science". Right.