Published: Tue, October 17, 2017
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

South Florida congressional candidate claims she's been on alien spaceship

South Florida congressional candidate claims she's been on alien spaceship

There will be plenty of irrational candidates for Republicans to embrace next year, including Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, a U.S. House candidate from Florida who claims she was once taken up in an alien spaceship and had spoken with the extraterrestrials several times since. "There were some round seats that were there, and some quartz rocks that controlled the ship - not like airplanes".

But in a YouTube video released several years ago, Rodriguez Aguilera discusses how she was once on an alien spaceship. Since then, however, they've continued to communicate with her telepathically.

Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera - a 59-year-old entrepreneur running to replace retiring Miami Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen - said she remained in contact with three aliens, one male and two females, since the extraterrestrial joyride when she was 7 years old, according to a resurfaced 2009 television interview. The Republican is seeking to fill the seat being vacated by Ros-Lehtinen, who has served in Congress since 1989.

The aliens talked about Isis, Rodriguez Aguilera said, though she did not elaborate.

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

"I went in", she explained. In them, Rodriguez Aguilera mentions seeing paranormal activity later while growing up in Miami when she was 12 and into her teens.

"For years people, including presidents like Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter, and astronauts have publicly claimed to have seen unidentified flying objects", she said.

"She got into details that are not very mainstream", Yabor told the Miami Herald.

Asked by The Miami Herald at the weekend about her encounter, Ms Rodriguez said that she strongly believed there was intelligent life outside our galaxy.

"Being a politician, to come out and say that, it's odd", Yabor said. Before going into politics, Russell made a living as a professional yo-yo player, and quipped to the Herald, "Some might say that Washington has enough yo-yos so that one more won't be noticed".

Her daughter, a former Republican National Committee Hispanic outreach director, is married to Vice President Mike Pence's deputy chief of staff, Jarrod Agen.

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