Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said that if elected, she would open up extraterrestrials – barring any threats to national security. “I think we may have been” visited already, she told The Conway (N.H.) Daily Sun last year. “We don’t know for sure.”
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said that if elected, she would open up extraterrestrials – barring any threats to national security. “I think we may have been” visited already, she told The Conway (N.H.) Daily Sun last year. “We don’t know for sure.” TOM GRALISH Philadelphia Inquirer via TNS
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said that if elected, she would open up extraterrestrials – barring any threats to national security. “I think we may have been” visited already, she told The Conway (N.H.) Daily Sun last year. “We don’t know for sure.” TOM GRALISH Philadelphia Inquirer via TNS

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