Published On: Fri, Aug 24th, 2018

Florida candidate Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera details her alien abduction, Miami Herald stands by endorsement

The first of two burning questions for Florida voters is if the Miami Herald will rescind there endorsement of Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera for Florida’s 27th Congressional District in Congress as details emerge of her alleged alien abduction.

photo/Brandon Jones at Universal Studios Orlando 2012

Floridians will also have to decide if they are going to send the Aguilera to Tallahassee and become the first alien abductee to hold office.

“It has nothing to do with what I have done. It happened when I was 7 years old,” she said of the paper’s endorsement. “I am so proud of the Herald and what they did.”

Aguilera has now elaborated on the story, explaining that at age 7 she entered a spaceship manned by a trio of blond alien giants (two female, one male), and “there were some round seats that were there, and some quartz rocks that controlled the ship — not like airplanes.”

These creatures “resembled the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro.”

She said that they told her that Africa is the center of the world’s energy, that thousands of non-human skulls were once discovered in a cave on the Mediterranean island of Malta and that Florida’s Coral Castle is actually an Egyptian pyramid.

She also claimed to have communicated with the extraterrestrials several times since her initial abduction via telepathically.

Even if it’s hard to believe there’s a starman waiting in the sky, Rodriguez Aguilera won’t back down.

“I stick to my guns when I believe in something,” she said.

“The theme of my campaign is people above politics. I train people around the world about democracy,” she said. “I have the most experience. I can go in there and start working just as I have all my life.”

Here’s the Herald’s stance:

We realize that Rodriguez Aguilera is an unusual candidate. Last year, she told the Miami Herald — and several Spanish-language media outlets — that she believes in extra-terrestrials. She says when she was 7, she was taken aboard a spaceship and, throughout her life, she has communicated telepathically with the beings, which remind her of the concrete Christ in Brazil. There you have it.

“This is a non-issue,” she told the Board. We agree. Her bona fides as a former elected official, and now a businesswoman who spends time in other countries training women to run for office, are solid.



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