The White House denied today that there is an alien invasion happening – but they are looking for aliens.
The White House responded today to the reports in WWN that the alien invasion is occurring and that we are about to be attack by three giant spaceships from Planet Gootan.
They also responded to a petition that accused the government of covering up the alien invasion.
Larry Lawson, from the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, officially denied knowledge of the alien invasion, denied that there is an alien attack about to happen and denied they had withheld information from the public.
He did, however, say that the President has picked an Extraterrestrial Czar and that this person will be monitoring aliens in the United States?
Hmmm… smells like a cover-up.
Surprising, Lawson went on to say that IF there was an alien attack in the next few weeks, the United States is “more than ready to defend our country. No aliens are going to harm our citizens.” And what about citizens from other countries. “Our job is to protect Americans, and we will do that.”
Lawson continued to confuse reporters when he went on to say, “let me be clear, the U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race.”
WWN, however, has learned that there are multiple departments of the Federal government preparing for an alien attack on November 28, 2011 – and that they have been doing so since October of 2010. One White House staffer told WWN off-the-record, “the President considers this alien attack the greatest threat to our country at the moment.”
A NASA spacecraft in Earth’s orbit, Kepler, is closely monitoring the progress of the alien warships from Planet Gootan.
More than 1 million signed a second request for a formal acknowledgement from the White House that extraterrestrials from Planet Gootan have been in touch with the White House.
And over 500,000 have signed a petition asking to be on the “welcoming committee” to greet the aliens when they get here
Opinion polls now indicate more than 80 per cent of the American people believe there is an extraterrestrial attack imminent and more than 90 per cent believe the government is not telling the truth about this.
‘The people have a right to know. The people can handle the truth.’
The White House initially said staffers would respond soon and wold consider (maybe) taking action on any issue that received at least 50 million online signatures within 30 days.