If something is out there, we may be getting closer to finding out precisely what it is. The frequency of sightings, stories, and credible videos has skyrocketed in recent months, and the government admits that they aren’t quite sure what is going down. Or coming down, as the case may be.
It’s long been rumored that our government recovered and stored a crashed alien vessel at Area 51 in Nevada. While that claim has never been corroborated and largely written off as an urban legend, new evidence has turned our eyes back to the skies, and as global sightings rise, people once again are demanding answers.
Recently a government whistleblower named David Grusch made some stunning claims about a secret government UFO program and what they have discovered. Grusch claimed: “Well, naturally, when you recover something that’s either landed or crashed. Sometimes you encounter dead pilots and believe it or not as fantastical as that sounds, it’s true,”
That was just a small part of the former intelligence officer’s claim but perhaps the most bracing. While many dismissed his claims, and the mainstream news media essentially didn’t cover the story, the government should be forthright if there is even the slightest possibility that he is telling the truth.
"It’s not good. None of it’s good."
Senator Josh Hawley says recent UFO whistleblower claims are "pretty close" to information he received in a brief.
Some of the recent claims include the government has crashed crafts and bodies of dead alien pilots.https://t.co/I43OQIyuEs
— OutKick (@Outkick) June 18, 2023
Recently, when talking about Grusch’s claims, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley seemed to lend credence to the story: “The takeaway from that is, they had thousands of sightings of these things over the years, which was news to me. So I’m not surprised, necessarily, by these latest allegations, because it sounds pretty close to what they kind of grudgingly admitted to us in the briefing…It’s not good. None of it’s good. I think we want to get to the bottom of this. I think it’s disturbing.”
Disturbing may be putting it mildly. If there is a life form that has the fuel source and technology to travel through interstellar space, if they are malevolent, we could well be toast. After all, humans have yet to figure out the fuel and life support issues necessary for even a short trip in our own solar system. The potential weaponry an advanced life form could possess would likely be something we can’t even imagine.
The list of claims in recent months is alarming if any of them are true. From the dead alien pilots Grusch claims the government possesses to the Las Vegas 911 call reporting a crashed ship with 8-foot-tall aliens, something is clearly happening.
Multiple members claim the government is preparing for a hearing on Grusch and his claims, and they reportedly view him as credible. If what he is saying is discovered to be true, what next?
Governments around the world owe it to their citizenry to come clean. If any world government possesses alien technology, you can almost bet that it is being reverse-engineered in hopes of being turned into weaponry.
The point is if we know advanced life forms are buzzing our planet, and we have actual proof, our military shouldn’t be spending their time trying to figure out a way to more effectively win a war. That is unless it is against the aliens. If that’s the case, better to head for the hills.
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