It's a sad day for alien believers after Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton lost to Republican candidate Donald Trump. But why, you say? According to a report, Clinton promised to disclose top-secret files that the White House has been keeping secret for all these years.

According to a report from Express, Clinton and campaign manager John Podesta were allegedly planning to release highly classified documents of the US Government about aliens and UFOs. In fact, the report claims that Clinton had a so-called disclosure community for the past year.

Also, back in January, Clinton said that she wanted to know what's happening to Area 51, a military base in Nevada that has been shrouded with conspiracies and alien mysteries.

“I want to open the files as much as we can. I don’t know. I want to see what the information shows. There’s enough stories out there that I don’t think everybody is just sitting in their kitchen making them up," Clinton said in a radio interview, Pacific Standard reports.

Paradigm Research Group, a campaign group lead by registered UFO lobbyist Steve Bassett, closely followed Hillary's alien disclosure pledge. Basset is hoping that Clinton's supposed win could push incumbent US President Barack Obama to disclose the files.

Basset aims for the US government to end the "truth embargo" with regard to aliens and UFOs, which, according to him, was set by the government to hide the truth from the public since the 1947 Roswell UFO incident.

"There are 70 days left to persuade Secretary Clinton, John Podesta and President Obama to engage the media on the extraterrestrial issue leading to a White House/Pentagon rapprochement and Disclosure under President Obama," the Paradigm Research Group wrote on their website.

However, now that Trump has won the presidency seat, Basset hopes of an embargo disclosure and his aim for a "political resolution of the extraterrestrial issue" is bleak for now.