"During a meeting held by UFO advocacy group Paradigm Research, six former congress representatives were paid $20,000 to reveal their thoughts about UFO sightings and extraterrestrial visits.
Former Sen. Mike Gravel (D-Alaska) said he believes that the White House is hiding the truth about `extraterrestrial influence that is investigating our planet.`"
It`s hardly surprising that six former congress representatives would speak at a UFO conference; politicians love to talk, especially when they are compensated so handsomely. Hell for $20,000 I would spin a yarn about a close encounter of the sexy kind with a blue-skinned alien temptress.
President Barack Obama may be hiding the truth about the excessive cost of Obamacare, but there are no extraterrestrials hiding in the Lincoln bedroom.
Former Senator Mike Gravel gave speech in 2003 at a conference cosponsored by the Barnes Review, a journal that endorses Holocaust denial. (Source: Wikipedia) If the money is right, Gravel would speak at an event hosted by the Flat Earth Society.
Who else put a slippery politician would declare that "extraterrestrial influence" is investigating our planet? If Gravel believes that alien beings are investigating Earth he should say so plainly, instead of using the nebulous term "extraterrestrial influence."
Boys and girls, there are no flying saucers hovering over our cities, but there are plenty of politicians who will say anything for money.
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