If E.T. Exists, Would the U.S. Government Have to Tell Us About It?

Unidentified flying objects have once again become the subject of public speculation. While relegated to sci-fi paperback shelves for the last several decades, a growing number of journalists, scientists, and even members of Congress are beginning to wonder: Does the U.S. military have information about UFOs that it hasn’t shared with the public? A recent article in The New Yorker and a piece by 60 minutes has thrown fire on this speculation. Even if you are appropriately skeptical, the information so far revealed has been tantalizing. It is absolutely clear, for example, that the government has video evidence of UFOs that it hasn’t yet been able to explain, at least publicly. Some objects in these videos remain unsolved. Still, we have some information. This year the CIA unexpectedly publicly released what it says are all of its findings on UFO sightings. Investigations continue. In 2007, the Pentagon began the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a partially classified program tasked with investigating unexplained aerial phenomenon (UAPs). According to former officials, U.S. intelligence services and the military are still identifying and investigating UAPs. Nor has Congress been silent. The 2020 COVID relief bill contained the unexpected requirement that U.S. Intelligence Agencies release their findings of UAPs within 180…

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If E.T. Exists, Would the U.S. Government Have to Tell Us About It?

Updated: May 21, 2021 — 10:27 am