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Center for American Progress president ‘skeptical’ of UFOs

Mike Riggs Contributor
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BREAKING NEWS BULLETIN: John Podesta, the president of the Center for American Progress, supports UFO research. According to the Weekly Standard,

Podesta has written the foreword for a book that will be published next month, titled UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go On the Record, by Leslie Kean. In the foreword, Podesta plays defensive from the very beginning: “As someone interested in the questions of UFOs, I think I have always understood the difference between fact and fiction. I guess you could call me a curious skeptic.”

The president of CAP goes on to tout his skepticism, taking particular care to note that he’s “dedicated three decades of [his] life … to the fundamental principle of protecting openness of government.”

So it is under the guise of open-inquiry that Podesta defends his support for an organization called the Coalition for Freedom of Information: “Because of this commitment, I have supported the work of investigative journalist Leslie Kean and her organization, the Coalition for Freedom of Information, in their initiative, launched in 2001, to obtain documents about UFOs through the Freedom of Information Act.”

Many of Podesta’s former employees now work in the White House, and the organization which he helms was instrumental in selling Obamacare to America.

To borrow a phrase from Treach–who is passed out on a beach alongside a woman who’s last name I cannot pronounce: LOL.

But seriously: Pres. Obama, sir, please get on this right away. Show us the UFO documents.

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