UAP/UFO Congressional Hearing: A Quick Note
You won't want to miss this (link to hearing video inside)
The UFO/UAP (unidentified anomalous phenomena) world has been making lots of noise recently, and the volume is getting cranked up even more. Today, at 10 AM US Eastern, a public Congressional hearing will feature three witnesses. This hearing will be held by the House Oversight Committee, with bipartisan support, largely led by Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN).
I’m keeping an open mind and will wait to see how this hearing goes before offering any analysis. This is potentially one of the biggest stories of this century — no matter which way it goes, or what you think of the veracity of claims.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. I’d love to see some evidence to back up the allegations we’ve heard already. The questions asked of the three witnesses slated to appear will be telling. Will representatives be pulling any punches or really going for it? Having listened to Rep. Burchett in many interviews, I get the feeling this may go further than other hearings to date.
The purported reason for the hearing is that lawmakers feel stymied in their investigations into UAP claims by both the public and private sector, i.e. the Pentagon and its contractors. That’s hardly a surprise. We can learn a lot about what the truth is and who’s really calling the shots by watching what happens during this hearing and in follow-up activities.
Claims from David Grusch, one of the lead whistleblowers, include the allegation that the US and private companies are in control of a number of downed UAPs from non-human intelligences, and have been reverse engineering them for decades. He alluded to non-human bodies of pilots. In other words, the government or government-adjacent companies have non-human advanced technology, have had it for some time, and have been lying about it.
That this hearing coincides with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) entitled Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Disclosure Act of 2023 is no coincidence. Senator Schumer specifically uses the term “non-human intelligences,” and demands disclosure of physical evidence thereof.
Something is up.
Is this an act? Is it a distraction? Is it real? I don’t know. I do know I’ll be watching. If you’d like to watch, too, you can check it out here:
Looking forward to discussing this afterwards.