Monday, July 31, 2023

Opening Witness Statements For UFO / UAP Congressional Hearing

     The subcommittee hearing on unidentified anomalous phenomena or UAPs will come to order. Welcome, everyone.
br/>Without objection, the chair may declare a recess at any time. Additionally, without objection, the following members are waived onto the subcommittee for the purpose of participating
in today’s hearing mr. Burchett of Tennessee, Ms. Luna of Florida, Mr. Gaetz of Florida, Mr. Burleson of Missouri, Mrs. Ocasio-Cortez of New York, and Mr. Ogles of Tennessee. Without objections.

So ordered. For today’s subcommittee hearing, both the chair and ranking member will have ten minutes for opening remarks. We may both be giving some of those minutes to other members of our party.

I’m now going to recognize myself for ten minutes. I’m actually going to try to get out of here in about four, and then we’ll give it to some of my friends over here. Good morning, and welcome to the most exciting subcommittee in Congress this week, the Subcommittee on National Security of the Border and Foreign Affairs for discussion of Unidentified Anomalous phenomenon.

I’d like to thank the brave military pilots and personnel, such as the witnesses on the panel today, for sharing their stories on how they’ve engaged UAPs, which has brought attention to this matter. Curiosity and speculation from all walks of life have generated interest in studying what UAPs are and what threats they may pose. ...



Statement By Retired Navy Cmdr. David Fravor

Statement By Ex Lieutenant U.S. Navy, F/A-18 Pilot Ryan Graves

Former USAF Officer and Intelligence Official David Grusch

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