The Nevada Test and Training Range’s Area 51 is the conventional name for a highly classified United States Air Force (USAF) facility. Thanks to the great secrecy surrounding the base, it has been a popular target for conspiracy theories and a central figure in UFO folklore. The former President recently made a startling and significant revelation about Area 51.
Bill Clinton claimed that during his time in office, he dispatched government investigators to Area 51 in Nevada to investigate whether or not aliens were present. On the ‘Late Late Show,’ Clinton revealed that he and Chief of Staff John Podesta “sent people to Area 51 to make sure there were no aliens.”
He also stated that he would like a complete briefing on Roswell. National Security Advisor Sandy Berger was one of the people Clinton dispatched to the Nevada location, which has been cloaked in secrecy for decades. Clinton was curious to find out what the huge deal was about.
I said we got to find out how we’re going to deal with this because that’s where we do a lot of our invisibility research in terms of technology, like how we fly airplanes that aren’t picked up by radar and all that. So that’s why they’re so secretive. But there’s no aliens that I know [of].
He claims that trustworthy astronomers have told him that there’s a 95 percent likelihood that life exists outside our solar system. The Pentagon has finally confessed that there are more than 140 sightings they’ve investigated and can’t explain, some of which defy human technology. Although Congress held hearings, the effort was underwhelming, and many individuals believe our government is withholding crucial information that, at the very least, could pose a national security risk to our military planes and warships.
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