Ok, so, I watched with interest the spectacle of another “historic” UFO hearing before the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, April 19, 2023.
The Pentagon says it has no concrete evidence of ET.
But then it goes on to suggest some of these high-performance objects could be from our geopolitical adversaries.
Of course, the media ate it all up. However, there is one really obvious possibility everyone seems to be overlooking: that the most sensational UFOs are from right here, super-secret hardware developed and tested by the U.S. military. A bona fide propulsion breakthrough so advanced no one would even consider that it could have been developed by the U.S. military.
Hypothetically, these could be so secret that only an ultra-small, highly compartmentalized group of people would have a “need to know.” This means even the military pilots having encounters with these objects do not know what they are.
And since when did the media start just accepting what they were told by the Pentagon? When did this absurd naivete begin?
What was it the late, great Baltimore Sun columnist Jack Germond famously said? “If your mother says she loves you, you better check it out.”
But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already pondered. It’s all in Flying Saucers!