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I know, I know…. everyone is sick of politics and so am I. My thought here is apolitical, (as I think it should stay) it's simply about the office of president and the type of person sitting there now.
It's a long running joke that most people want to be president just so they can learn the truth about UFOs. XD But if you scratch the surface you find this idea that too many politicians are entrenched, life-long beltway bureaucrats who have long ago learned it best to "toe the line" for the sake of one's political ambitions. Trump doesn't fit this profile.
The following are points that would break for, or against, him if this were a political conversation. But toward the idea of greater disclosure, I think these are wins.
- He's not a career politician.
- He believes in direct, unprecedented, communication with the people (mostly via twitter)
- He's not a fan of Washington's entrenched ideas
- He's the closest thing we've had to an "everyday person" achieving the office in recent history. And therefore might sympathize with the average person's desire for more disclosure
- He doesn't hold past traditions of "presidential decorum" in as high esteem as past presidents
- He fancies himself a rebel
- He has a huge ego and wants his presidency to be memorable and nation-changing (even globe changing)
- Per the point above, he might be really attracted to the idea of being the first US president to acknowledge the truth of UFOs to the people.
So, putting these pieces together, I was wondering if anyone here thought there could be an effective way to collectively push, and gain some media traction, for the idea that US citizens, and others worldwide, would love a final, official, confirmation that "something's out there".
The national security concerns are understandable, so I wouldn't expect a big dump of high resolution images and videos. But It'd be amazing if he'd even just take a page out of Fife Symington's book (AZ Governor and witness to Phoenix Lights), and just state once and for all, "Yes there is truth in here. Government doesn't have all the answers. There are things beyond our technology and we just don't know what they are or where they are from." Or, hell, tell us "There's nothing to see here." But do so in the same, direct, way he communicates on his policy ideas.
Just talk to us like we're adults.
What do you think?