U.S. Military: UFO Investigations, Knowledge & Disclosure(s)

CharmerKamelion

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What happened to all the babies from these abducted women ?

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Watching a repeat of History Channel “ Ancient Aliens “, 27 out of 46 American Presidents have either filed a police report or made some kind of historical note of seeing a bright sphere, or UFO, or some unexplained paranormal.

Believe or not believe, twenty seven is a lot of Presidents !

There was George Washington at the dark days of Valley Forge that was given inspiration from a female kind of light.

Then there were real reports filed by Carter and Reagan.

The Pentagon saying there is not enough proof to say UFOs are real is “ crap”.

UFOs have been around forever.
 

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Four months have passed and the legislation that set up the UFO Office for the U.S.Congress, the Office must start reporting back to the congressmen.

Marco Rubio of the Senate Intelligence Committee and other congressmen have expressed shock in that the preliminary reports so far supplied has shown the people running the Office have not taken anything “ seriously “.

The assigned people to the UFO Office believe they are chasing “ fairly tales “ wasting a lot of time and money.

The “anti-UFO “ attitude from the Pentagon has corrupted The Office.
 

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An additional thought is this UFO Office has been given unlimited resources to investigate UFOs, and according to Senator Marco Rubio nothing as happened.

What a missed opportunity in history ?
 

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Before Trump left office, he established the UFO Office that answers to the U.S. Congress.

The four month reports have angered many congress people as being garbage claims Senator Marco Rubio.

Rep.Tim Burchett and Senator Kristen Gillibrand call this office as a “ bogus cover-up “ as it is obvious the Pentagon has worked its “ false voodoo “ on this office.
 

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Rep. Tim Burchett has told a news service, NewsNation, that since Trump’s newly formed UFO Office was immediately infiltrated by the Pentagon, the study of UFOs in the U.S. is dead.

The study of UFOs in the U.S. is negligible going forward.
 

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Congress to Hold First Open Hearing About UFOs in 50 Years



A House subcommittee will hold a hearing next week about UFOs, the first open congressional hearing about UFOs in more than 50 years.

“Congress hasn’t held a public hearing on unidentified aerial phenomena (UFO’s) in over 50 years,” Andre Carson, a Democrat from Indiana, tweeted Tuesday morning. “That will change next week when I lead a hearing in @HouseIntel on this topic & the national security risk it poses. Americans need to know more about these unexplained occurrences.”

The hearing will be held Tuesday, May 17 in front of a subcommittee of the House Intelligence Committee, which is chaired by California Rep. Adam Schiff. Schiff told the New York Times that the committee is holding the series to explore “one of the great mysteries of our time and to break the cycle of excessive secrecy and speculation with truth and transparency.” Two current Pentagon officials will testify at the hearing.

https://www.vice.com/en/article/g5qany/congress-to-hold-first-open-hearing-about-ufos-in-50-years

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I will not get my hopes up about the public UFO hearings because of two things.

One, I have been disappointed so many times from the past about the government giving out UFO information.

Secondly, the government will not give out classified information.

Then there is a small chance that the panel might do the right thing, but I doubt it.
 

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Secondly, the government will not give out classified information.
We can already see media speculation concerning, 'five questions', which should be raised during the imminent Congressional hearing.

Having given this much thought and following several revisions, might this suggestion cover the essence of what could realistically and hopefully be definitively clarified and confirmed, once and for all?

Either presently, or in the past, has the U.S. government ever been in possession of either parts from, or an entire vehicle, know to be, or suspected to be, of extraterrestrial origin and if affirmative, will full disclosure now be forthcoming, or will an explanation be given for the reasons why this information continues to be withheld.

Either presently, or in the past, has the U.S. government ever been in possession of either alive, or deceased, an entity know to be, or suspected to be, of extraterrestrial origin and if affirmative, will full disclosure now be forthcoming, or will an explanation be given for the reasons why this information continues to be withheld.

If there is no such tangible proof in either regard, does it exist in respect of an aerial vehicle of indeterminable origin, either known to be, or potentially, of extraterrestrial origin, materially affecting the functionality of U.S. nuclear weapons and if affirmative, will full disclosure now be forthcoming, or will an explanation be given for the reasons why this information continues to be withheld.

If there is no proof of any such occurrence, is the U.S. government in possession of sufficient evidence that an aerial vehicle of indeterminable origin, either known to be, or potentially, of extraterrestrial origin, has demonstrated capabilities which are seemingly outwith existing technical boundaries and might conceivably pose a threat to national security and if affirmative, will full disclosure now be forthcoming, or will an explanation be given for the reasons why this information continues to be withheld.

Should this be the factual situation, will the U.S. government now disclose what steps have been taken to address these concerns, to identify the source of this threat, the magnitude of it and initiate preparations to defend against it, or will an explanation be given for the reasons why this information must be withheld.

What what anyone else, ideally, like to ask...?
 

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In the coming UFO public hearings this Tuesday, Under Secretary Defense Intelligence, Ronald Moultrie, and Naval Intelligence, Scott Bray will answer a lot of the Congressmen’s questions on UFO/UAPs.

Chairman, Adam Schiff, is wanting these men to tell the truth, but if the information is classified, how can they reveal the truth.

Is this a situation set up for failure ?
 

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Chair of First UFO Hearing Since 1960s: ‘Someone Has to Do It’


Congress last held a hearing on reports of UFOs -- unidentified flying objects synonymous with space aliens -- in the 1960s, and even in the realm of fiction, Scully and Mulder of “The X-Files” seem to have retired.

“Someone has to do it,” Representative Andre Carson says of the need for a public examination of unexplained aerial phenomena. The seven-term lawmaker will oversee a hearing on the issue Tuesday.

Two top defense intelligence officials are set to answer questions from the House Intelligence Committee’s subcommittee on counterterrorism, counterintelligence and counterproliferation as part of the session in Washington that’s scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.

“There are ways that we can raise questions that UFO-logists have raised for many years, and just average everyday citizens have raised -- for decades now,” Carson said standing outside the Capitol. “We all watch television, we’ve heard things, we’ve read things,” he said. “We want to see the footage and have it explained to us. That’s what we want to accomplish.”

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/chair-of-first-ufo-hearing-since-1960s-someone-has-to-do-it-1.1765826

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This Tuesday’s Congressional public hearings on UFOs is way over due by years.

You have in the past President Obama, NASA’s head Bill Nelson, R-Utah Mitt Romney, and former intelligence John Ratcliffe saying publicly that these UFO/UAPs don’t belong to any earth government.

These famous people are just a few of the many government and military people who claim these UFOs are not ours, or theirs !

So, what the “ hell “ are they ?

How can an answer “more study is needed “ satisfy the general public ?
 

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The news in the U.S. has not been good lately with mass shootings and the usual terrible world news.

I fear this UFO public hearing will be “ pushed to the back “ and be forgotten about.

Will the news media pick it up ?
 

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The news in the U.S. has not been good lately with mass shootings and the usual terrible world news.

I fear this UFO public hearing will be “ pushed to the back “ and be forgotten about.

Will the news media pick it up ?
They better, we are sick of all the violence, and I see reports of the Russians facing heavy losses in Ukraine.
But our media is so slanted, I am always hoping for 'new' news outlets to show up!
 

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I will not get my hopes up about the public UFO hearings because of two things.

One, I have been disappointed so many times from the past about the government giving out UFO information.

Secondly, the government will not give out classified information.

Then there is a small chance that the panel might do the right thing, but I doubt it.
I find it both annoying and frightening that we are paying these people to ignore us much of the time.
 
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