Fascinating interview. What she says clarifies a lot of stuff I've heard elsewhere and fills out the picture of humanity a bit more.
Interesting how she describes humans as being little better than animals, yet if there's one thing these domestic reptilians love it's the sunlight, which they leave it to us and skulk underground instead. The rapacious ETs are squabbling over our DNA, not theirs.
What the interview didn't cover was culture. These reptilians might be hot stuff with physics but how's their music, comedy, art, theatre, etc? Religion was mentioned a couple of times, as was secret knowledge which hints at beliefs and hierarchies of some kind - naturally I'd love to know more.
Then there are the beings from a higher level, who are not apparently seeking to take anything but who appear interested nonetheless and in among the stories about ETs manipulating human DNA is one about beings such as these adding a multi-dimensional component.
The human brain might look like some kind of inexpensive cheese to these bright-as-buttons species but our hearts are pretty good. We might still be chugging around in fuel-burners but in other respects we are an inventive and creative lot. Moreover, despite superficial appearances, we are predisposed to love. Perhaps that's our appeal and our strength.