In a remarkable turn of events, a UFO whistleblower recently testified before a House Oversight Subcommittee on national security, shedding light on bold claims that the Pentagon is concealing evidence of alien spacecraft from Congress. Less than two months after coming forward, former intelligence officer David Grusch appeared under oath, accompanied by two former Navy pilots, David Fravor and Ryan Graves, who had witnessed UFOs during their service.
During the hearing, the trio discussed otherworldly sightings and emphasized the need for greater congressional oversight of the Pentagon's UFO programs. Grusch's key allegations revolve around secret government programs funded by private companies, conducting unauthorized technological research related to UFOs. Importantly, Grusch himself did not personally witness these activities but learned about them during his time in the intelligence community's UFO task force.
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Grusch reiterated his claim that the U.S. possesses evidence of aliens and suggested that individuals have faced threats and harm as part of the alleged Pentagon cover-up. However, due to classified information restrictions, Grusch could not publicly elaborate on his bold claims or provide further corroborating details. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's inquiries about additional sources of information went unanswered.
David Grusch, who served in the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force from 2019 to 2021, claims to have interviewed intelligence officers who witnessed alien technology.
While Grusch has not yet presented evidence to support his claims, he called on Congress to hold the government accountable and conduct a thorough investigation. During the hearing, witnesses expressed concerns that UFOs could pose a potential threat to national security.
However, Grusch's classified knowledge prevented him from elaborating on the government's alleged crash-retrieval and reverse-engineering program, which David Fravor suggested could be a serious threat based on his encounter with a UFO in the Pacific. The hearing has underscored the need for increased oversight, as the existence of government UFO research became public in 2017. The matter once considered a joke, is now taken seriously in both the military and Congress. Representatives are eager for more accountability from the Pentagon and encourage reporting on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) to enhance understanding and safety.
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Former Navy pilots, David Fravor and Ryan Graves have been vocal about their UFO experiences for years. Fravor's encounter with an unidentified object in 2004, captured on camera, and Graves' numerous sightings over the East Coast in 2014 and 2015 have contributed to raising awareness of the issue.
Despite facing obstacles from the intelligence community, the congressional hearings aim to uncover any potential cover-up. While the Defense Department denies any knowledge of UFO-related programs, some experts, like Harvard physicist Avi Loeb, support calls for more transparency and hope that accessing UAP data may provide insights into extraterrestrial phenomena.
David Grusch, who served in the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force from 2019 to 2021, claims to have interviewed intelligence officers who witnessed alien technology. Describing these vehicles as non-human in origin, possibly spacecraft that have landed or crashed, Grusch's initial skepticism gradually gave way as numerous senior intelligence officers confided in him about their involvement in such programs.