"Mind-blowing UFO Hearings: Explosive Whistleblower Testimony Reveals Shocking Secrets of UAP to Congress"
Whistleblower alleges Congress is being kept in the dark about UFOs.
In a recent hearing, a former military intelligence officer-turned-whistleblower revealed that Congress has been kept in the dark about unidentified anomalous phenomena, commonly known as UAP or UFOs. David Grusch, who served as an intelligence officer for 14 years, appeared before the House Oversight Committee's national security subcommittee alongside two former fighter pilots who had firsthand experience with UAP.
During his time investigating classified programs, Grusch learned about a "multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering program." However, when he requested access to these programs, he was denied. Grusch accused the military of misappropriating funds to keep these operations hidden from congressional oversight. He also mentioned that he had interviewed officials with direct knowledge of aircraft with "nonhuman" origins and that "biologics" were recovered from some of these crafts.
Lawmakers from both parties expressed their concerns about investigating these allegations and demanded more transparency from the executive branch. They believe that there is a cover-up and hope that this hearing is just the beginning of more revelations about UAP.
The Pentagon's All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, established last year to investigate UAP incidents, has already looked into approximately 800 reports. While most cases have been explained as having innocuous origins, many others remain unexplained. Lawmakers suspect that the military has more information about these objects than it has disclosed to Congress.
In addition to Grusch, the panel also heard testimony from Ryan Graves, a former Navy pilot, and David Fravor, who encountered UAP during a flight off the coast of California in 2004. All three witnesses emphasized the inadequacy of current reporting systems and the stigma faced by pilots and officials who seek transparency about their experiences.
Graves described the UAP as "dark grey or black cubes ... inside of a clear sphere, where the apex or tips of the cubes were touching the inside of that sphere." He recounted an incident where an object flew between two F-18s and came within 50 feet of the aircraft. At the time, there was no way to report such encounters.
Fravor shared his encounter with an oval-shaped object that hovered over the water before rapidly climbing 12,000 feet in the air and disappearing. He believes that the capabilities displayed by the object were far beyond what is currently known in material science.
Lawmakers are increasingly demanding more information from the military and intelligence agencies regarding these mysterious incidents. They argue that the potential national security threat posed by unknown objects in or near U.S. airspace necessitates disclosure. A bipartisan group of senators, led by Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, has introduced an amendment to the defense spending bill that would require executive branch agencies to hand over UAP records to a review board with the presumption of immediate disclosure.
During the hearing, lawmakers expressed frustration with the overclassification of UAP reports, which prevents public access to information. They called for immediate disclosure and hinted at potential legislation to address the issue.
Overall, this hearing represents a growing effort to shed light on the UAP phenomenon and ensure transparency regarding potential national security threats. The testimonies of Grusch, Graves, and Fravor highlight the need for better reporting systems and a more open discussion about these encounters. The American people deserve to know what is happening in their skies, and it is time for increased transparency and investigation into this matter.