Testimony on UFOs / UAPs at Senate hearing

Testimony on UFOs / UAPs at Senate hearing

Testimony at a Senate hearing on UFO / UAP sightings claimed the government has their hands on alien tech and biologics

Pilots and military personnel have been reporting an increase of UFO (unidentified flying object) or UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) sightings in recent years, and to get to the bottom of the matter members of Congress – who fear this “aerial phenomena” could pose a threat to national security and haven’t been able to get much information on them from the military or government agencies – held a public hearing on the subject earlier this week. One of the people asked to give testimony was David Grusch, who used to be a member of a U.S. Air Force panel on UAPs… and during his testimony, Grusch claimed that the government is in possession of alien tech and “nonhuman biologics” that have been gathered from UFO crash sites!

Grusch said he has gathered the information he has through interviews conducted with forty witnesses over the course of four years. He claimed he has been told about “a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering program“, and he was denied access to this program when he requested it. He also said he has faced “very brutal” retaliation for going public with his information, and that he has heard of “people who have been harmed or injured” as part of the government’s attempts to keep their UFO / UAP programs a secret.

Grusch’s claims have led to the Pentagon making the following statement to TIME: “To date, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) has not discovered any verifiable information to substantiate claims that any programs regarding the possession or reverse-engineering of extraterrestrial materials have existed in the past or exist currently. The Department is fully committed to openness and accountability to the American people, which it must balance with its obligation to protect sensitive information, sources, and methods. DoD is also committed to timely and thorough reporting to Congress.

David Fravor, a former Navy commander, and Ryan Graves, a retired Navy pilot, also testified at the hearing. Fravor witnessed a UAP during a training mission in 2004, and Graves said he saw a UAP off the Atlantic Coast every single day for at least a couple years. Graves added that the experiences he and Fravor had are not rare, as there have been UAP sightings “essentially where all Navy operations are being conducted across the world”. He said, “Military aircrews and commercial pilots, trained observers whose lives depend on accurate identification, are frequently witnessing these phenomena.

Graves said these UFOs tend to be “dark grey or black cubes inside of clear sphere” where “the apex or tips of the cube were touching the inside of the sphere”.

Grusch has previously told the press that the government is in possession of a “very large, like a football-field kind of size” UFO, but he did not repeat that claim during the hearing due to “security issues”.

The Pentagon has an office dedicated to UAPs, and Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of that office, has previously said that the government is looking into 650 separate UAP reports. So far, they say they have found no evidence of extraterrestrial life. The government has gathered records on 510 sightings since 2004.

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