NY Sen. Gillibrand grills IG nominee on knowledge of UAP intrusions of air space

LAS VEGAS (MYSTERYWIRE) — New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants the government to have more transparency on the unidentified aerial UAP/UFO phenomena. It was evident in some of the questions she asked during a Senate hearing this week with President Biden’s nominee for Inspector General of the Department of Defense Robert P. Storch. New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) asks Robert P. Storch questions at a hearing on Feb. 15, 2022. Gillibrand asked Storch about intrusions of controlled DOD airspace by UAP as well as UAP activity around naval and air operations. Navy aviator who recorded Tic Tac video speaks on camera for first time “I’m afraid that’s not an issue I am currently familiar with but if I am confirmed I certainly am willing to look into that and take any action that is appropriate,” Storch said. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: “If confirmed, can I have your commitment to sustain this comprehensive assessment until it reaches its appropriate conclusion including the possibility of follow-up actions such as audits or investigations if the assessments recommend as much?” Robert P. Storch: “Well again I’m honestly not familiar with that particular review but as is typical across the IG (Inspector General) community as…

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NY Sen. Gillibrand grills IG nominee on knowledge of UAP intrusions of air space

Updated: February 17, 2022 — 9:26 pm