All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office At Pentagon
Dr. Kirkpatrick, the head of the AARO since it was founded by Joe Biden’s administration, is stepping down. But not before sharing shocking information about the investigation into UFOs.
What’s stranger than UFOs? What’s stranger than the United States Congress? It’s a tight race.
When the US Congress began holding hearings on UFOs, or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs), Washington took on an entirely different look to some.
Testimony this summer from a former US Intelligence officer, David Charles Grusch, startlingly included claims that our government had evidence of ‘intact and partially intact’ alien vehicles.
Months later, it seems that the United States and its intelligence community are having problems debunking those claims, and according to one official, some of the claims by David Grusch may be true.
Allegedly, according to a story by Katherine Fidler at Metro, the outgoing director of the AARO admitted some of the claims by Grusch may be true. Those claims included that people had been harmed or hurt in an attempt to cover up and silence the truth about the UFO phenomena.
Some of the Whistleblower Testimony
In perhaps the most stunning testimony of our time, former U.S. intelligence official, David Grusch told the subcommittee, while under oath, that he is absolutely certain the government has UAPs based on him interviewing 40 witnesses over a four-year period.
Another question that was asked of Grusch was how such an effort to hide things about UAPS from the world would be funded. His answer was “misappropriation of funds.” Under oath, before a congressional subcommittee, a former intelligence officer is testifying to having knowledge of misappropriating funds to cover a secret government operation to hide UAPS. That’s a huge allegation to be levying, true or not.
David Fravor, a former NAVY officer, reported to the panel that he and three of his fellow pilots had an encounter with the famous Tic-Tac craft in 2004 as it hovered below their jets and above the Pacific Ocean.
“The technology we faced is far superior to anything that we had, and there’s nothing we can do about it, nothing.”
-David Fravor’s congressional testimony was reported by NBC News.
The Stunning Truth
Dr. Kilpatrick was quoted by Politico as saying, ‘The best thing that could come out of this job is to prove that there are aliens.’
It seems that aliens are the best-case scenario. There’s a reason for that according to Kilpatrick. If they don’t prove the evidence they have found is alien in origin, it means that the rapidly moving, out-of-this-world encounters reported by fighter pilots and military members, are evidence of someone playing in our own backyard. Considering the defacto state of war and cold war with Russia, China, and seemingly half the world, that wouldn’t be a good outcome.
Hopefully, whatever they find, it’s E.T. and his friendly little buddies coming back for a visit. Any species of alien capable of flying tens of thousands of light years would no doubt have the kind of weapons that destroyed the country in the movie Independence Day.
Do you want to meet them as badly as some? I for one hope to be around long enough to meet an alien from another world. Nothing against "aliens" in our country, but they're just humans from a different part of the same messed up planet.
Former pilots and an intelligence officer opened up about their experiences before Congress. The world is listening.
Whether you believe in UAPS/UFOS or aliens on Earth, or you don’t, this is one of the oldest questions to haunt mankind. Are we alone in the universe? It seems like we are going to find out one way or another. Hopefully, they don't drag their feet another seventy years before telling the people of Earth the truth.
Until then, it's up to us to examine the evidence as it continues to unfold in front of us and make our decisions. With that said...
Take me to your leaders...
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