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The Next U.S. President is From the Future

May 6, 2016

A self-proclaimed time traveler is among the lesser-known names running for president. Does he win or lose? He probably already knows, but then if he knew he was going to lose, he wouldn’t be running. That means he’s going to win!

Time Traveler for President

Washington lawyer Andrew Basiago says he’s got the government experience that would qualify him to be President of the United States. Basiago claims that from the years 1968 to 1972—when he was 7 to 11 years old—he served as a special advisor to President Nixon. As part of a top secret government agency called Project Pegasus, Basiago was a “chrononaut,” travelling to the past, future, and even alternate dimensions to gather information that would help the president make decisions and maintain peace.

Basiago says he’s witnessed Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Gettysburg Address, conversed with George W. Bush and Bill Clinton decades before they became president, and in 1981 went to Mars. Among his fellow chrononauts on that mission: a young Barack Obama. And apart from going into the future to see that he’ll be elected “either president or vice president” sometime between now and 2028, Obama is the reason why Basiago is running for the land’s highest office: He thinks Obama has “betrayed” the world by never disclosing that time travel and teleportation are real.

The main plank of Basiago’s campaign platform is government transparency on time travel and teleportation. He believes that if the world were to know “the truth,” it could develop instantaneous worldwide travel, which has virtually no carbon footprint compared to cars or planes.

Basiago is so open about teleportation that he has freely offered up an explanation of how the technology works. (Well, sort of.) There are two methods he’s used. The first uses “quantum access capability” to send a hologram of a present-day human to observe past and future events. (Basiago says that this process, “chronovision,” was invented by the Vatican.) The other involves actual physical transport and was developed out of notes left behind by the late Nikola Tesla.

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