A reader sends this brief article I suggest be read before the Q&A with The Committee.
For anyone unaware, Senator Sanders from Vermont is campaigning against many rivals to become the Democrat Party candidate for the USA's upcoming presidential election late next year. The good Senator already tried last time, but Hillary Clinton won the Democrat Party representation. As far as I know, Mr. Sanders has never commented on this topic before now; please correct me if necessary.
Q: Esteemed Committee, you have said several times President Trump will be re-elected, neutralizing Senator Sanders' commitment. What would he reveal if he became president?
C: No more than the holders of the information would allow. This development has been anticipated and planned for several decades already, that an elected leader with a mandate from the population would push this subject.
Q: Why are candidates being asked now, not in election cycles past?
C: This is part of the election analysis nearly all candidates always conduct; surveys reveal topics of interest to specific voter groups. Many younger voters, already eager for the outcomes Senator Sanders promises, listen closely to this message.
Q: Interest in Alien ETs isn't new, but mention of it by national political candidates is. Why?
C: Political gain; homosexuality is not new either, yet the topic also was not mentioned by political candidates until recently.
Q: What will or would be revealed?
C: As little as possible, to maintain an image of benevolence. The image will be to show the general population that what was discovered was withheld until it could be better researched and understood, that such investigation has not produced explanations worth disclosure.
Q: Typical big government arrogance and condescension.
C: You can change this.