Former employee of the CIA and contractor for the National Security Agency, Edward Snowden searched the US intelligence networks for proof if aliens exist.
In the CIA’s version of Google Snowden went in search of answers to some of society’s most pressing questions today after the Area 51 uprising.
Edward Snowden found out that the U.S. government was not aware of any intelligent, extraterrestrial life.
“For the record, as far as I could tell, aliens have never contacted Earth, or at least they haven’t contacted US intelligence,” he wrote in his recent memoir, “Permanent Record.”
In his quest he confirmed that the moon landing did indeed occur.
“In case you were wondering: Yes, man really did land on the moon. Climate change is real. Chemtrails are not a thing,” he added.
The NSA whistleblower addressed the conspiracies again on an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, released Wednesday, saying “there’s no evidence” of aliens and chemtrails and the like.
“I know, Joe, I know you want there to be aliens,” Snowden joked to Rogan, the podcast’s host. “I know Neil deGrasse Tyson badly wants there to be aliens. And there probably are, right?
“But the idea that we’re hiding them — if we are hiding them — I had ridiculous access to the networks of the NSA, the CIA, the military, all these groups. I couldn’t find anything,” he continued. “So if it’s hidden, and it could be hidden, it’s hidden really damn well, even from people who are on the inside.”
After unearthing a massive surveillance program run by the U.S. Government Snowden now lives in Moscow in exile.