by Alfred Lambremont Webre
December 20, 2015
Andrew D. Basiago,
chrononaut, and Mars explorer
with an IQ of 168
career CIA officers associated with
DARPA's-secret time travel
...confirmed that U.S. government secret time travel
pre-identified him as a future U.S. President, as it did with U.S.
He officially declared his candidacy for
President on talk radio's Coast to Coast AM Saturday night. 
In a December 19, 2015 US Presidential 2016 candidacy announcement
made at the outset of an interview by host Jimmy Church,
Basiago stated that unlike previous US Presidents Bush, Clinton,
Bush and Obama, all of whom were also identified as future
Project Pegasus and briefed on their destinies but who
then concealed their prior knowledge for political gain, he has made
a conscious moral decision to make it publicly known that the U.S.
government has used secret time travel technology to identify him as
a future President.
U.S. Presidential candidate
Andrew D. Basiago
Mr. Basiago, who was educated at UCLA and Cambridge and holds
membership in the Washington State Bar Association and the United
States District Court for the Western District of Washington, stated
he was certain that the drafters of the U.S. Constitution had not
contemplated that secret time travel would one day be used to
acquire pre-knowledge of the outcome of elections, and thus subvert
the democratic process.
The American people, he stated, have a
right to know the impact of secret time travel on their Presidential
elections, and this is why he is speaking out, even if it costs him
Andrew D. Basiago's dramatic announcement was made to millions of
potential voters over Premiere Radio Network's flagship Coast to
Coast AM (far below video).
As a measure of the mainstream reach of
Andy Basiago's 2016 campaign announcement, Premiere also hosts
widely listened-to conservative talk radio shows hosted by Rush
Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck.
Coast to Coast AM itself is carried on
600 stations nationwide and reaches U.S. military personnel
A New Agenda
for a New America - Truth, Reform, and Innovation
The substance of Andrew Basiago's campaign is based on three
...expressed in 100 Proposals that will
be published in the near future at his campaign website,
Mr. Basiago indicated key proposals may include a,
extraterrestrial disclosure initiative
a U.S.-led sponsorship of
planetary teleportation following the declassification of
teleportation technology that the U.S. government
developed in the 1960's
a transition by the U.S.
intelligence community to open source intelligence
the establishment of a truth and
reconciliation process within the U.S. government based on
the South African model
Running as a
Because it costs an estimated $5 million for an independent
candidate to secure access on voting ballots in the 50 U.S. states,
Basiago is running as a write-in candidate with a proposed cabinet
that he will name in the 43 states that allow write-in votes, where
the voter physically writes the name of the candidate they are
voting for on the ballot.
Mr. Basiago writes:
"Nowhere does it [the Constitution]
require that one own or have ready access to borrowing $5
But when Andy2016 investigated
access to the 2016 Presidential ballot nationally, that is what
we found. Acquiring ballot access in the 50 states now requires
approximately $5 million.
"The current national scheme of ballot access, influenced if not
controlled by the two major parties, is patently
unconstitutional and but a monetary measure of the corruption of
Presidential politics today. In 2008 and 2012, as is expected
again in 2016, the two candidates nominated by the two major
parties each spent $1 billion seeking the Presidency.
This is a public disgrace to a
country that in declaring its independence announced its
national ethos to be 'life, liberty, and the pursuit of
"In a world of falsehood, only the truth abides. Andy2016
invites you to partake with us in a grand political experiment.
Let us for the first time elect as President a candidate who has
waged a write-in candidacy.
I am running as a write-in candidate
for President. Let us use my candidacy to disgrace the two major
parties with a gusto equal to the disdain by which they disgrace
Let us achieve, in 2016, a victory
of public right over monetary might.
"Fortunately, fully 43 of the 50 states permit write-in votes to
be cast, and the seven states that do not - Arkansas, Hawaii,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Oklahoma, and South Dakota -
have such small populations that they yield few electoral votes.
Let us use my write-in candidacy in
2016 to hand a historic defeat to the two major parties and
their corrupt candidates."
Time travel pre-identified US President Andrew D.
Announces 2016 candidacy to millions of potential
write-in voters on Coast to Coast AM