Fearing that "enemies of the homeland" ... the "Congressional Intelligence Committee" is demanding a full report on UFOs.
Ominous UFO above the city

The US Senate Intelligence Committee, headed by Senator Marco Rubio, has asked federal agencies to publish a report on UFOs threatening the country, within 180 days at the latest.

The commission’s request comes based on one of the provisions in the $ 2.3 trillion government spending and stimulus bill, signed by President Donald Trump on Sunday, December 27, 2020, where he requested that the report include detailed analyzes of FBI data taken from investigations into “Incursions of unknown weather phenomena” into the restricted airspace of the United States, data and intelligence collected or preserved by the Office of Naval Intelligence, according to a report published by the American Newsweek magazine, Wednesday, December 30, 2020.

Analysis of the threats posed by weather phenomena

Also, according to the American report, the committee called for the issuance of an analysis of the threats posed by unknown weather phenomena to the national security of the country, and to assess whether the activity of these phenomena may be attributed to one or more foreign opponents, in reference to countries such as Russia or China.

In a related context, the committee’s request came after a report disclosed by the Pentagon that included filming three secret videos by pilots in the US Navy in 2004 and 2015, including an unknown air phenomenon, and these clips are among many of the secret videos that the Pentagon has.

Chariots are not aliens

But in the same context, according to the American report, the term “unknown weather phenomenon” does not mean that the vehicles are aliens, but this interpretation did not prevent users of the Twitter platform, on Wednesday, December 29, 2020, from saying that the report may push that 2021 More strange than last year.

According to the Debrief podcast, this decision is not binding law, so the report may not materialize, as Christopher Mellon, former US Senate Intelligence Committee chief of staff, told the podcast that assuming the executive branch respects this important request, the nation will finally have an objective basis for assessing The validity of the case and its implications for national security. This is an exceptional opportunity that has long been awaited, he said.

 

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here