"Finally, my biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #thetruthisstilloutthere"That's great and everything, but, really, what good does it do? What good does it do to say, "For years I've been in a position to make this information public, again, but I never did, again, so sorry"...? It's just lame, and I can't understand why it's considered news.
Mr. Podesta, who apparently is known as a fan of "The X-Files," along with many other millions of people who don't necessarily give a shit about UFOs, was once quoted by Yahoo News as saying the following about revealing the contents of the White House's UFO files:
“It’s time to find out what the truth really is that’s out there. We ought to do it, really, because it’s right. We ought to do it, quite frankly, because the American people can handle the truth. And we ought to do it because it’s the law.”Strong words, right? Actually, they're pretty weak when you look at them. Someone whose favorite phrase is "ought to" doesn't really convey any genuine conviction. He just likes to sound as though he does. And then there's the fact that Podesta made this statement in 2002, when he was conveniently not associated in any way with the White House, so, again... what good does it do?
|Is the US government secretly tracking UFOs and secretly not telling us? Don't ask John Podesta.|
So, actually, I can understand why it's news...