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Bill Clinton did not find Evidence of Aliens, but Eisenhower and the Pope did

Updated on February 28, 2015

Bill Clinton is Searching the Skies

Bill Clinton peering out into a crowd of humanoids.
Bill Clinton peering out into a crowd of humanoids. | Source

Bill Clinton Quote from Jimmy Kimmel Live

"First, I had people go look at the records on Area 51 to make sure there was no alien down there."

Jimmy Kimmel and Bill Clinton

Previous encounter: Bill Clinton and Jimmy Kimmel had interacted recently at the 2014 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University on March 22, 2014. This was hosted by Arizona State University at Tempe.

Bill Clinton Looked into Aliens at Area 51

Former Presidents have their hobbies. George W. Bush has taken up painting world leaders in his free time, while Bill Clinton has taken on a more daunting task of seeking out alien life.

Bill Clinton spoke rather publicly on Wednesday April 2, 2014 with Jimmy Kimmel on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" about his search for extra terrestrials. Bill Clinton shared that he charged his aides with researching everything that happened at Area 51. Bill Clinton looked into this because the anniversary of the Roswell incident fell during his presidency.

Despite the fact that he found no evidence of aliens, Bill Clinton does believe that aliens might exist, citing the fact that more than 20 planets have been discovered in the last two years.

Bill Clinton said on Jimmy Kimmel Live that he hopes our first encounter with aliens does not happen like it did in the Will Smith movie, Independence Day.

Ultimately, Bill Clinton does not give a definitive answer on whether aliens exist. He wants to keep his credibility. Fair enough.

Now you can't talk about aliens, without sharing a few conspiracy theories.

Let's examine some more conspiracy theories about leaders and aliens.

Next: Conspiracy Theory that Obama Secret Service agent is Alien

In doing research about Presidents and aliens, a very intriguing Youtube video on this subject was found. Youtube user, StillSpeakingOut, posted a video that claims to have evidence that one of President Obama's Secret Service agents is an alien.

This theory seems like a stretch. Watch it for yourself below.

Youtube Video Captures Alien Secret Service

The Pope and Aliens

Next: The Vatican Covers up Aliens

Unsealed: Alien Files did an episode on the Pope and the Vatican covering up aliens. They say that in April of 2005, the pope dies. On April 8th, 2005, they claim to have on security film that a UFO was hovering over St. Peter's Basilica.

Were aliens paying their respects to the Pope, because they knew him?

Watch for yourself (to the right).

Dwight D. Eisenhower and an Alien Visitor

President Dwight Eisenhower and an alien
President Dwight Eisenhower and an alien | Source

Last: Former President Eisenhower Met with Aliens

Lastly, a conspiracy theory has long believed that President Dwight Eisenhower met with aliens back in 1954, after visiting alien wreckage at Edwards Air Force Base. Conspiracists believe that this meeting took place on Feb. 20, 1954, when President Eisenhower mysterious disappeared. He schedule did not specify where the President had to be at that time, and press reporters began spinning rumors that President Eisenhower was deathly ill.

To quell the rumors, then Press Secretary James Haggerty told the press that President Eisenhower had broke his tooth and had to have emergency dental work.

The press didn't buy the story. They later interviewed the wife of the dentist that Eisenhower has purportedly went to for the emergency work, and she knew nothing about her husband fixing Eisenhower's broken tooth. On top of that, the Eisenhower library kept all documents on Eisenhower's medical and dental records, and had no entry that corroborated Eisenhower's broken tooth story made up by James Haggerty.

The only logical explanation to Eisenhower's mysterious disappearance is that he was obviously meeting with aliens during that time slot.

The Larry W. Bryant blog and George Noory's Coast to Coast radio show have fueled this theory. On Feb. 3, 2009, Noory interviewed a military man named "Bob" who claimed to have a 16mm film that has both Eisenhower and Howard Hughes inspecting a crashed flying saucer.

Military Bob said he watched the footage and it "scared him to death."

That is not surprising. Encounters with aliens may cause dizziness, numbness of earlobes, nausea, mysterious disappearance, a metallic taste in your mouth, and even death.

Hub Author Disclaimer Regarding Aliens

The opinions and conspiracies shared in this hub are not necessarily the beliefs of this hub author, but it does make a good read.

Feel free to share your comments below on your personal thoughts on alien cover-ups.

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    • zeke2100 profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago

      Yeah, they are pretty ridiculous claims.

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      4 years ago

      No wonder the country is broke. Sending aids to search for aliens? There are more important things to do. Geesh! As for the video about the secret service alien ... it's fake. Why else would the camera blur out on that zoom and none of the others? And Eisenhower with no broken tooth ... he may have had a secret meeting with someone so that's the excuse they came up with, but it wasn't a meeting with aliens. I could PhotoShop a picture just like the one you posted. I could make that alien be with anyone I wanted.

      I'm not calling anyone crazy who thinks they're real or say they've had some kind of close encounter, I just don't believe any of it.

    • bat115 profile image


      4 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      No wonder Clinton is always spending time with Steven Spielberg!!


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