Former President George W. Bush responded to Jimmy Kimmel’s question about UFOs – whether he had ” gone through the secret files of UFO documents”. Amidst inappropriate (subject-demeaning) laughs in the background, President Bush responded that he had been informed about them but that he would not tell about it. And he made it known – in spite of not telling – that this was an important matter.
The exchange was important, not for proving or adding serious evidence about the existence of otherworldly beings already interacting on Earth, with the military, corporations, a secret government or some people, but that for at least adding evidence that somewhere in the government some people seriously care about at least about some issues related with UFOs, even to the point of considering this to be an issue of secrecy, national security and/or importance.
Whether they are “in the loop” or not, insiders within various agencies and programs within the government will now find it more difficult to blanket deny any interest in UFOs and/or associated associated research programs.
What exactly former President Bush may have been privy to about UFOs while in office could be anyone’s guess at this point. At a minimum, it may have to do with advanced earth-based technology, another reason for maintaining the secrecy.
Kimmel then asked former President Bush if there were great secrets that he could never tell about in relation to this issue and the former President replied “yeah.” Kimmel then said to the former President “then, you would never write about them?” and he replied “no.”
The declarations may seem trivial but they surely gradually build up either to a planned and/or to a spontaneously evolving gradual disclosure.
Due to the apparent ‘gravitas’ of a situation that sometimes generates files which have to be kept secret, we can at least surmise that sufficient resources and serious efforts are being reserved as per the UFO issue.
Jimmy Kimmel had already asked similar questions to former President Bill Clinton and to (acting) President Barack Obama and (during the 2016 Presidential campaign) to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In 2014, Bill Clinton said that he “sort of” looked into the matter and that he waited for his second term to inquire into Area 51 where there are advanced defense projects but where “they keep no aliens.” Also, beyond jokes and with a more serious attitude, President Obama for a moment replied “I can’t reveal anything.” And in March 2016, Hillary Clinton replied that, if there wasn’t a threat to national security “I think we ought to share it with the public.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsQ1cFjnlzw
In 2015, in Orlando, Florida, during a fundraising event for his son Jeb Bush, former President George H.W. Bush (George Bush senior) was asked a question by MUFON member Adam Guelch regarding when the Government would tell the truth about UFOs and (before being interrupted) the former President replied “Americans can’t handle the truth.” Later on, the reply was possibly attributed to mental deterioration. http://ufodigest.com/article/george-bush-senior-ufos-americans-cant-handle-truth However, in 1988 (without any likely mental impairment) President George H.W. Bush (who had also been a regional CIA director) mentioned to reporter James Adder “I know some. I know a fair amount.” In other moments he hinted again that he knew something unique about the subject. http://www.presidentialufo.com/old_site/bush_ufo_story.htm
The Presidents’ and Mrs. Clinton’s replies clearly suggest to me that their general attitude is that of patriotically preserving classified information in the name of national security. And the style and coincidences tell me that the issue is real, that they didn’t deny it, they were somewhat candid about it, but – due to the dignity of their office – clearly remembered that they had to be properly cautious. It also tells me that the research is delegated and that they are not on the inside as the appointed “movers and shakers,” so to speak.
I’m glad that Kimmel is asking such questions – potentially pertaining to one of the most historically important issues of all times – but, by all means, such questions should also be seriously asked by reporters, scientists, other cultural leaders and concerned citizens, not only in the context of entertaining programs. The avoidance, taboo and lack of respect about these issues needs to end. Quite likely, if we can handle different aspects of “the truth” and the technology and, if it is really necessary for our cultural evolution and to achieve greater awareness (as it seems to be), the official and/or unacknowledged-unofficial secrecy needs to end.
A report on The Washington Examiner http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/watch-george-w.-bush-refuses-to-tell-jimmy-kimmel-about-ufos/article/2616344
Once again, George W. Bush’s INTERVIEW segment about UFO files at Jimmy Kimmel’s You Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaNPO2o2XZk