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Is the government hiding proof of UAPs?

Jul 28, 2023

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Congress held a hearing in hopes of learning more about what information the government has on the existence of unidentified anomalous phenomena, or UAPs for short. One of the main witnesses in the hearing was whistleblower and former intelligence officer David Grusch, who said the government knows more about UAPs than it’s letting on.

The Pentagon has denied the existence of a secret program about UAPs, but numerous lawmakers are advocating for the declassification of additional documents related to potential extraterrestrial activity.

Straight Arrow News contributor Dr. Rashad Richey explains what went down in the hearings and wonders if Congress just might turn the declassification of documents into a partisan issue.

Now, who is this intelligence officer? Well, David Grusch is a former civilian intelligence officer for the United States Air Force. He’s an Air Force veteran now.

In July 2021, he filed a whistleblower complaint through the department’s Inspector General’s Office, alleging the existence of a covert public-private sector program to retrieve and exploit UAPs or UFOs. All right — the government refers to the unidentified aerial phenomenon.

So this has become a thing. This is being taken seriously, obviously, by the U.S. Congress. And my question to you is, will they make this a partisan issue too? Because I mean, damn, if this is real, are the biologics Republicans or Democrats?

All right, check this out UFOs, you know UFOs, or as the government calls them today, unidentified anomalous phenomena. All right. They’re real, according to the government, even President Barack Obama said, yeah, there’s something there that we don’t really know exactly what it is. We now have information about members of the US Senate engaged in a program in order to track and find out more information about this phenomenon. 

 

Well, I gotta tell you, a shocker came to a member of Congress just recently. Nancy Mace, Republican out of Carolina, this representative got quite the answer when she posed a question to a witness during the House Oversight Committee. This was during their UFO hearing. Okay? An intelligence officer, who has now become a whistleblower, was posed the question, basically, “Have you recovered any, well, let’s just say non-human bodies?” His answer was, yes. Let’s get to it. She posed the question: “are there any non-human bodies from the crashed crafts in its possession?” His answer was, yeah, there are biologics. 

 

Former U.S. Intelligence Officer David Grusch testified before the House Oversight and Accountability Subcommittee on National Security, the board and foreign affairs panel. This happened on Wednesday. This was on the subject of UAPs, once again, unidentified anomalous phenomenon, which is designated now as the new thing to say so that you don’t say UFO.

 

This includes civilians, and also individuals who are well connected to the government. A lot of people are testifying given their incite. A subject on which the former Air Force Major is a noted whistleblower. Mace, the member of Congress, posed the question if he believes, quote, “our government has made contact with intelligent extraterrestrials,” to which he replied that was something he could not discuss in a public setting. You cannot discuss in a public setting. But he did say he could discuss it in a SCIF. 

 

Now, what is that? That’s basically a secret meeting with members of Congress who have, well, access or clearance for the information. These members of Congress, they do have to sign a document basically saying they will not disclose what is discussed in this particular top secret meeting. Okay? There’s more. Mace then posed the question whether he believes that bodies do we have bodies of the pilots who piloted? 

 

Well, the quote from the intelligence officer says, “as I’ve stated publicly already in my news nation interview, biologics came with some of these recoveries, yeah.” Mace then says, well, “are we talking about human or non human?” In which he replied, non-human. He replied, matter of factually. And that was the assessment of the people with direct knowledge on the program I talked to that are currently still on the program. 

 

Now this program is likely classified as SAP, Special Access Program, which means it does not fit within the normal chain of intelligence and command. This is something that the United States government admits to, they have many SAP programs, Special Access Programs. As a matter of fact, ironically, Donald Trump is accused of having SAP data documents as part of his top secret classified trove taken from the White House illegally.

 

All right, and there’s a little more I want you to understand what a SCIF is. A SCIF is a sensitive compartmented information facility. All right? That’s what a SCIF is. And you can discuss certain things in a SCIF that you cannot discuss in a public setting. Now, who is this intelligence officer? Well, David Grusch is a former civilian intelligence officer for the United States Air Force. He’s an Air Force veteran now. In July 2021, he filed a whistleblower complaint through the department’s Inspector General’s Office, alleging the existence of a covert public private sector program to retrieve and exploit UAPs or UFOs.

 

All right, the government refers to the unidentified aerial phenomenon. So this has become a thing, this is being taken seriously, obviously by the US Congress. And my question to you is, will they make this a partisan issue too? Because I mean, damn, if this is real, are the biologics Republicans or Democrats

 

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