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Florida Politician Truly Out Of This World

Alien-abducted candidate could be the best thing to happen to Washington, D.C.

According to The Miami Herald, there’s an aspiring member of the U.S. Congress who was abducted by aliens over half a century ago.

Her name?  Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera.

Not only that, the visitors have communicated with her repeatedly in the intervening years using telepathy.

Rodriguez Aguilera made these alien abduction/ contact claims in video interviews posted eight years ago by a Spanish language network.  According to her, the extraterrestrial contact occurred when she was seven years old (c. 1965) – and involved “three blond, big-bodied beings – two females, one male.”

The aliens have stayed in touch with her ever since, she says.

The fifty-nine-year old entrepreneur, educator and community leader is one of three “Republican” candidates running for the Sunshine State’s 27th congressional district (map) – a seat which is currently held by liberal GOP lawmaker Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

According to Rodriguez Aguilera, these beings that abducted her bore a resemblance to the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer overlooking the city of Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

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And what of their spacecraft?

“There were some round seats that were there, and some quartz rocks that controlled the ship – not like airplanes,” Rodriguez Aguilera explained.

Crazy, huh?

Actually, no.  Amassing $20 trillion in debt is crazy.   Failing to provide real tax relief to middle income consumers is crazy.  Maintaining a socialized medicine monstrosity that has sent health care costs skyrocketing is crazy.

This woman?  She probably won’t get elected, but if she did we’d wager she might actually be the most level-headed member of the U.S. Congress …

Washington, D.C. has become increasingly divorced from reality in recent years, making a prophet out of War Between the States soldier/ journalist Ambrose Bierce.

“Politics: A strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles,” Bierce once famously wrote.  “The conduct of public affairs for private advantage.”

Amen to that …

In other words, we’ll take an honest person of dubious sanity over a clear-headed thief any day of the week …

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