How Much Longer is the U.S. Congress Going to Engage in this UFO Charade with the Pentagon?

Ok, so the Pentagon is underfunding the office that was created to allegedly investigate UFOs and to increase transparency over the issue.


A cynic might say this lack of funding is BY DESIGN.


Because many, if not all, of the most exotic UFOs encountered by Navy and commercial pilots are above-top-secret U.S. weapons based on a revolutionary propulsion system. A system, or, more likely, a collection of innovations so secret they are unknown even to the military pilots who encounter these weapons.

Therefore, the Pentagon can’t really investigate the UFOs without exposing these top-secret weapons. Disclosing said weapons would mean they would no longer be, well, secret.

So, in yet another pointless hearing, on April 19, we’re going to watch the spectacle of U.S. senators engage in this ridiculous, futile exercise that’s supposed to finally get to the bottom of the mysterious and ongoing UFO saga in this country.


Unless your goal is to wade through reams of disinformation and folderol deliberately intended to confuse the public, then just stop.

Now, if Congress really wants to learn the truth then it needs to commission a completely independent study, staffed NOT by the Pentagon or ANY branch of our government, but by a private group of investigators.

And please don’t staff this effort with UFO activists like Leslie Kean, Luis Elizondo, Christopher Mellon and the Ancient Aliens crew, who are fully ensconced in the ET hypothesis and therefore can’t effectively investigate this vital issue.

I say this issue is vital because if the U.S. military does, in fact, possess a propulsion system capable of the performance witnessed by Navy pilots, then that means we are truly able to travel to the stars. Furthermore, that would mean the U.S. military is hoarding innovations that would greatly benefit the world.

And this has likely been going on FOR DECADES!

So, Sens. Gillibrand and Rubio: Please stop engaging in this pretense of investigations into UFOs.

Note to Sens. Gillibrand, Rubio: The Pentagon Can’t Investigate the UFOs Because the UFOs are the Pentagon’s

You really have to laugh at the absurd Möbius strip of disinformation and subterfuge that is the Pentagon’s alleged newfound interest in finally getting to the bottom of the enduring UFO mystery.


Dear Sens. Gillibrand and Rubio: I can see that you are dismayed by the lack of financial support for the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, founded by Congress to learn the truth.

Unfortunately, here’s the truth: The Pentagon can’t investigate the UFOs because the most sensational ones, the Tic Tacs, the flying discs, the triangles, are above-top-secret Pentagon weapons unknown to all but a very compartmentalized inner circle.

This would mean that Congress, the public, the executive branch, etc., etc., even the Navy pilots who encountered these objects, don’t have a need to know.

And now we see that even the AARO budget is top secret. So much for transparency, eh? Even the office tasked with uncovering the truth about UFOs is operating within the black budget!

But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you didn’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!