Washington’s Ongoing UAP Problem

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York (Credit: Flickr/Wikimedia Commons/CC 2.0). Welcome to this week’s installment of The Intelligence Brief… this week in our analysis, we’ll be looking at 1) the ongoing problems lawmakers and others in Washington have had in recent days with unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), 2) what some elected officials have recently said about the government’s slow pace in taking action on the issue, and 3) what the Pentagon’s track record with UAP says about its level of transparency, and what must change going forward. Quote of the Week: “I think some of the phenomena we’re going to be seeing continues to be unexplained and might, in fact, be some type of phenomenon that is the result of something that we don’t yet understand.” -Ex-CIA Director John Brennan Before we get into our analysis, a few stories we’re covering this week over at The Debrief include how a group of Russian soldiers reportedly found their way into a shootout… with each other. Elsewhere, new research is slowly unraveling the mechanisms involved in creating suppressed memories in the human mind… what could possibly go wrong? Also, future NASA astronauts may be able to map the Moon, Mars, and other worlds…

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Washington’s Ongoing UAP Problem

Updated: May 4, 2022 — 10:27 am