Saturday, May 22, 2021

UFO Material in Possession of U.S. Government, Reveals Fmr Pentagon Official

UFO Material in Possession of U.S. Government, Reveals Fmr Pentagon Official

     Former Pentagon official and director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, Luis Elizondo in an interview on The Tucker Carlson Show on Wednesday (5-19-21) expressed skepticism re the upcoming Congressional Report on
By Frank Warren
The UFO Chronicles
UFOs / UAP due out next month (in June). He, stated:
“what we should learn … is what the U.S. government knows about this topic and has known for a while; it’s a threat assessment that’s supposed to be conducted at the unclassified level and then provided to Congress, which is a report that is expected to be comprehensive and certainly that is a report that Congress deserves. Unfortunately, what we might get is something that is much more watered down and I think from my perspective that’s probably the most concerning part of this, that last thing we need is more obfuscation.”
In response to a question from Carlson regarding Navy pilots witnessing UFOs violating U.S. airspace, Elizondo admitted he saw the actual reports and stated:
“There were times that you’d look at a monthly report and there 25-26 [UFO] incidents occurring in a 30 day time period. … Someone with some sort of technology that we don’t have is incurring in controlled U.S. airspace on a regular and routine basis and no one wants to do a darn thing about it!”
In response to a question about “physical evidence” and “debris,” Elizondo said:
“The United States government is in possession of exotic material, and I’ll leave it at that.”
He concluded the interview in asserting that more analysis is needed concerning the material and that there are “pockets” in the federal government that “are willing to do the right thing,” but was reluctant to mention names or groups citing his own experience with reprisals.

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