I have it on good authority from one of my Colorado contacts that October 14th is going to be the big day. To my friend, the surprise event will only be a wider confirmation of what he and his cohorts already know, but it will shake up a complacent world.
If he's right, liberals will be most thrown for a loop, and Joe Biden is unlikely to have the experience to respond effectively, though Barack Obama might.
Some of the details are still being teased out, but I can draw you the outlines. On October 14th, a 2000-mile-long spacecraft will appear in the sky. It's still unclear whether it will be over the southern U.S., south over Mexico or in the southern hemisphere. With a ship that long, you can see why there might be a margin of error in the prediction.
The word "Alabama" has also been revealed. It's not known whether this will be where it is sighted or if it's the space ship's name.
I should not need to add that the occupants are not from around here, and they will not be eligible to vote.
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