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This Politician Is A Real Space Case

A Florida congressional candidate with ties to the Trump administration says she has communicated telepathically with her former alien abductors.


Let’s step away from Donald Trump for a moment. But not too far afield, as this story also involves a Republican space cadet and in fact has a connection with the Trump administration.

Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, a congressional candidate from Miami, has gone on record as saying she was abducted by aliens as a child and has had telepathic communication with the extraterrestrials several times since.

The Miami Herald reports that in a 2009 television interview Rodriguez Aguilera described three “blond, big-bodied beings – two females, one male” were involved, and that she went inside the spaceship.

“Though whether it went into space or just hovered around town was left unclear,” the newspaper noted.

The 59-year-old Republican, who hopes to replace retiring Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Miami), said she learned several things from the aliens, including:

• Africa is home to the world’s “energy center.”
• A cave on the island of Malta holds 30,000 skulls that are “different from (human skulls).”
• And our favorite: The Coral Castle, a limestone tourist attraction in Miami, is in fact an ancient Egyptian pyramid.

You couldn’t make this stuff up.

(Well, some people can.)

The search for intelligent life in the U.S.?
In a statement, Rodriguez Aguilera told The Herald that presidents and astronauts have claimed to witness UFOs and that science suggests “there are billions of galaxies in the universe and we are probably not alone.”

That could very well be true. You’d have to be pretty arrogant to assume that Homo sapiens is the only intelligent life in the universe. (Especially given the recent election.)

It’s the 30,000 non-human skulls and the ancient Egyptian pyramid at 28655 South Dixie Highway that give us pause. This will be one out-of-this-world campaign.

Yet not her first brush with politics. Rodriguez Aguilera was a councilwoman in the city of Doral (13 miles from downtown Miami), and was Doral’s first “economic developer.”

And about that Trump connection: Her son-in-law, Jarrod Agen, is deputy chief of staff for Vice President Mike Pence.

So if Rodriguez Aguilera is elected, or even just visits Agen at work, she’d probably better stow that ET talk. After all, during a 2016 debate Pence seemed obsessed with “criminal aliens.” Don’t get him started all over again.

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