Two down and only one to go as the third 2016 presidential debate becomes the final battleground before polls open in November. Donald Trump is now dealing with several accusations of inappropriate acts against women and is definitely feeling its effects.
However, due to the media over-sensationalizing such trivial accounts, critical information from Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails has been overlooked. The leaked email involves Clinton’s campaign manager, John Podesta talking with Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell.
Mitchell and Podesta, who appears to be on a first name basis discussed that extraterrestrial intelligence, are not in favor of the current violence on Earth. Despite sounding like a threat, the sixth man to walk on the moon assures Podesta that the aliens are not hostile.
According to Express, ET will be the focal point of the third 2016 presidential debate if a former UK Ministry of Defence investigator gets his way. He believes Clinton and Podesta know about aliens, UFOs, and what the government is actually hiding about extraterrestrials.
Nick Pope: 2016 Presidential Debate Should Discuss Existence Of Aliens
Nick Pope has investigated UFOs while working for the British MoD in the 1990s and now gives talks in conferences across the globe. Pope wants to capitalize on the recent revelations from WikiLeaks to shed light on the age old question regarding aliens.
Now he is trying to ensure the opportunity for the topic to fly during the final debate in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is not missed. Pope has also posted several tweets regarding the subject in the hopes of catching the attention of the debates host.
He is hoping that the subject will be discussed on Wednesday. Las Vegas is not far from the infamous Area 51 Top-Secret US Air Force base in the Nevada desert. Area 51 has been the subject of conspiracy theories involving aliens and UFOs.
Will this sensitive subject make its way to the third 2016 presidential debate or will Trump’s actions take center stage? Let us know what you think in the comments below.