Florida house candidate who claims she was abducted by aliens approved major newspaper

The Miami Herald has endorsed, Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, a Republican for Congress.

(Courtesy of Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera-campaign)

A great newspaper does not think Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera, a house candidate in Florida, is out of this world.

The Miami Herald has Rodriguez Aguilera, approved, to replace a Republican outgoing Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen in Florida’s 27 electoral district court. The candidate, a former Doral Councilwoman, made headlines after she claimed she was visited by aliens, they described appear as women with long, blonde hair like when she was 7 years old.

You previously told the Miami Herald that these aliens communicated with her several times in her whole life.

The aliens took it in their spaceship and talked with her about the events that would happen, Rodriguez Aguilera said. You also talked about these events with several Spanish news agencies.

“We recognize that Rodriguez is Aguilera an unusual candidate,” the Miami Herald said in his endorsement of her, adding that he was with Rodriguez Aguilera, that their experiences are “a non-issue.”


“Your bona fides as a former mandate holders and to now run a business woman that spends time in other countries, the training of women for office are sound,” the Miami Herald said.

Born in Cuba, Rodriguez Aguilera has served as an advocate for human rights, including before the United Nations in Switzerland. Her father was a political prisoner in Cuba, and she was not able to see him until she was 17, she said.

In his confirmation, the Miami Herald editorial pointed out that Rodriguez Aguilera is the only candidate who has a “working class agenda.” Their platform includes: to help lowering student loan payments, reduce and avoid toll charges, the fixing of the credit score system, cutting taxes, and the implementation of a hardness, rental insurance, homelessness.


Rodriguez Aguilera was a social worker for the Miami-Dade County, before he was an Ombudsman in the county manager ‘ s office.

She is an advocate for women in business, and worked with efforts in support of political prisoners in China, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, according to her campaign website. She also spent some time in Albania, and supported the non-governmental organization to combat domestic violence.

Rodriguez Aguilera is not the only candidate in this year’s elections, an alien connection. Joe Manchik, the Green party candidate, ran in the tight Ohio special election, where Republican Troy Balderson claimed victory, has said that his “distant relatives originally came to the planet earth, the orbiting of a planet of a star.”

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.

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