The Democrat 2020 election is as expected, since it appears to be intentionally being thrown in favor of President Trump, turning into a bigger circus than even what one could previously imagine.
Joe Biden promised to cure cancer and AIDS and renewed his “hands-on” commitment to children. Beto O’Rourke wrote poems about bestiality. Cory Booker helped people cross the US-Mexican border illegally.
In the latest episode of the saga, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has promised that, in addition to forgiving all student loan debts, that if elected president, he will tell the public the truth about aliens from outer space:
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pledged that as president he would disclose government information about aliens and unidentified flying objects.
Sanders, one of the leading 2020 Democrats, told podcast host Joe Rogan on Tuesday that his wife would “demand” he tell people about the mysterious phenomena.
“Well I tell you, my wife would demand I let you know,” he told Rogan who asked whether Sanders would disclose that information.
When Rogan asked whether his wife was a UFO nut, he said she wasn’t but said she has previously asked him about the information he might have as a senator. “No, she’s not a UFO nut. She goes, Bernie, ‘What is going on do you know? Do you have any access?’”
“All right, we’ll announce it on the show. How’s that?” Sanders later said after Rogan pressed him on the issue.
His comments came amid months of renewed attention given to the issue. The Defense Department reportedly briefed Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner, D-Va., in June, along with two other senators as part of what appeared to be heightened efforts to inform politicians about naval encounters with unidentified aircraft.
Warner’s spokesperson indicated that the senator sought to probe safety concerns surrounding “unexplained interference” naval pilots faced, according to Politico. The outlet reported more briefings were being requested as news surfaced that the Navy revised its procedures for personnel reporting on unusual aircraft sightings.
As part of a program investigating the issue, Navy personnel reportedly told Pentagon officials that they encountered aircraft that appeared to defy the laws of physics and aerodynamics while in military airspace.
Navy strike group pilots also reported seeing strange objects flying above 30,000 feet at hypersonic speeds with no visible engine or infrared exhaust fumes, according to the New York Times.
President Trump has said that he doesn’t believe UFO’s exist but is open to the idea. “Well, I don’t want to really get into it too much. But personally, I tend to doubt it,” he previously told Fox News host Tucker Carlson. “I’m not a believer, but you know, I guess anything is possible.” (source, source)
One can only wonder what planet they will come from.
But on a serious note, this is not he way to run a presidential campaign, and the only explanation to this- outside of complete stupidity which makes no sense -is that the public is witnessing an intentional destruction of the Democrat party in her current form, and since the party is not going to “disappear,” to allow it in the eyes of the public to be re-built for the next election in 2024 as a stronger an renewed version while still possessing the same philosophy she had before.
The entire thing is a game, and the public is being played.
The political arena today has become, as some have said, nothing more than show business for the aesthetically uninclined. It always was this to some extent, but it just has become more apparent.
If one wants to make a serious difference in one’s life, consider exercise, learning a new skill, or doing something that betters your person, family, friends, community, and those in physical (geographic) proximity to you. The state of the nation begins with the state of the individual, and looking to people that one has never met living far away to solve one’s problems on a local level is generally not the way to solve problems, but to become distracted. Indeed, this is not to say that such things are not important, but when one speaks of the sphere of ability to directly make an impact in one’s world, it requires a large vision but needs a localized approach. This is true of any venue in life regardless of what it is.