The UFO Phenomenon
Obama adviser regrets lack of UFO disclosure
By T.K. Randall
February 14, 2015 · 25 comments
Podesta's stint in the White House came to an end on Friday. Image Credit: Pete Souza
John Podesta has stated that his biggest failure of the last year was not securing UFO disclosure.
The presidential councilor concluded his latest stint in the White House on Friday by detailing some of the high and low points of his time there as well as some of his greatest triumphs and regrets.
Of particular interest was a Tweet admitting that his biggest failure over the last twelve months was his inability to secure disclosure about the UFO phenomenon, a topic that he has maintained a keen interest in over the last few decades.
During a Coalition for Freedom of Information press conference in 2002 he famously commented on the importance of disclosing the details of government UFO investigations to the public.
"We ought to do it, really, because itís right," he said. "We ought to do it, quite frankly, because the American people can handle the truth. And we ought to do it because itís the law."
Podesta will now be taking on the role as chairman of Hillary Clintonís 2016 presidential campaign.
Source: Yahoo! News
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