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Friday, April 29, 2016

Bigfoot, Time Travel, UFOs, and the Presidential Campaign

Yes, Bigfoot, Time Travel, UFOs, and Presidents. What do all of these things have to do with each other? Read on to find out...

It all revolves around one man who is apparently running for U.S. President, Andrew D. Basiago.

Basiago claims he participated in Project Pegasus in the 1970s, and that he has traveled to a million years in the past, to the future, to the time of Abraham Lincoln (twice, no less!), and to Mars with someone named Barack Obama. He also says he's seen Bigfoot. Twice.

Andrew Basiago

Here's some stuff from

"Andrew D. Basiago is a prominent figure in the Truth Movement.
"For more than 10 years, he has shared with the American people the true facts of our great nation's accomplishments in time travel and Mars visitation.
"He has done so as one who has served bravely in the two secret U.S. defense projects in which time travel on Earth and voyages to Mars were first undertaken.
"As a result of his courageous advocacy as a crusading lawyer, Andy is credited with ending the time travel and Mars cover-ups by the US government on behalf of the American people.
"This arduous work in the vineyards of the Truth Movement represented historic breakthroughs in America's understanding of our past and our prospects for the future.
"Today, Andrew D. Basiago is running for President of the United States with a New Agenda for a New America.
"He has vowed that if elected President, he will lead the American people into a bold, new era of Truth, Reform, and Innovation as great as they are great.
"Join us in supporint Andy in his quest to establish a Presidency as honest, just, and ingenious as the American people."

Do you believe any of this? Has Andrew Basiago traveled to Mars and throughout time, and is the government not telling us? It probably doesn't matter. Trump's probably going to be elected.

Basiago claims he is the kid in the center of the picture.
Where is he at?
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, of course. 


  1. Seems highly unlikely. But I might vote for him anyway. At least he's for single-payer health care.