UFO Proof News Was not on my 2023 Bingo Card

Republican congressman Rep. Tim Burchett accused the Pentagon and the intelligence community of hiding crucial UFO proof.

  • Rep. Glenn Grothman joins Burchett in criticizing the Biden administration for not being transparent about UFOs.
  • Retired Maj. David Grusch testifies about a decades-long program to retrieve and reverse-engineer non-human spacecraft.
  • Head of the AARO, Sean Kirkpatrick, refutes whistleblower’s claims of a government UFO coverup.

As if 2023 wasn’t weird enough already, on July 26th, in a House Oversight subcommittee hearing on the issue of unidentified flying objects (UFOs), Republican congressman Rep. Tim Burchett accused the Pentagon and the intelligence community of hiding crucial UFO proof.

Burchett expressed frustration with the lack of transparency surrounding these mysterious sightings, asserting that the government’s actions amount to a “coverup.” He recounted an incident when he proposed an amendment to make pilot reports of UFOs available to Congress, but the bill was not advanced, indicating potential roadblocks from the intelligence community and the Pentagon.

Joining Burchett, Republican Representative Glenn Grothman, chair of the panel’s national security subcommittee, criticized the Biden administration for being non-transparent about UFO proof. He emphasized that the issue goes beyond debating the existence of unidentified aerial phenomena and touches upon the principles of transparency and accountability that define the republic. Both lawmakers emphasized that the issue should be treated as a national security matter, with unidentified craft potentially being drones or aircraft operated by adversaries.

However, the claims of a UFO proof cover-up were met with opposition. Sean Kirkpatrick, head of the recently established All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), disputed the allegations made by a whistleblower during the hearing. The whistleblower, retired Maj. David Grusch, a former Air Force intelligence official, claimed that the U.S. government had operated a secret program to retrieve non-human spacecraft since the 1930s and had even recovered bodies. Grusch also claims he “was informed in the course of my official duties of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program to which I was denied access,” using the acronym for unidentified anomalous phenomena.

In a memo following the hearing, Kirkpatrick asserted that AARO has found no evidence to support these allegations, Grusch’s emergence as a credible witness has generated interest and excitement among those who believe in the possibility of extraterrestrial life. Despite Grusch leaving open the possibility that the visitors could be intra-terrestrial or inter-dimensional beings, the search for evidence of non-human intelligence remains a topic of increasing respectability.

Despite the growing interest in UFO proof, there are skeptics like Avi Loeb, a respected cosmologist, who argues that science requires concrete evidence and dismisses hearsay.

While some lawmakers believe that more transparency is needed, others maintain a more cautious approach and await credible evidence before drawing conclusions about the possibility of alien visitors. The issue remains far from resolved, and further investigations are likely to continue. Live long and prosper.

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