Ok, so the U.S. Navy finally said the quiet part out loud, as evidenced in this bombshell report stemming from a rejected Freedom of Information Act request:
Here’s my takeaway from the article:
” ‘The release of this information will harm national security as it may provide adversaries valuable information regarding Department of Defense/Navy operations, vulnerabilities, and/or capabilities,’ Gregory Cason, deputy director of the Navy’s FOIA office, wrote in a response letter.”
He also dropped this fascinating admission: “Cason added that the Navy was able to declassify the three UAP videos released in April 2020 only because the videos had been previously leaked to the media and had already been ‘discussed extensively in the public domain.’ The Navy deemed it possible to officially release the footage ‘without further damage to national security,’ Cason wrote.
This should be a wakeup call, not only for the media and the public, but for Congress, which finds itself stymied in attempts to learn the truth about UFOs buzzing U.S. Navy pilots.
Isn’t it time for a reality check? Here’s my offering:
The Pentagon was never going to share any UFO information with the public and only grudgingly released those three now-famous videos of encounters with Navy pilots in which objects performed astonishing feats; instantaneous acceleration, reaching hypersonic speeds, and apparently traveling in the atmosphere and underwater with equal ease.
I contend that the leakers thought these objects represented ET technology but that they actually, unwittingly, exposed above-top-secret U.S. weapons. Otherwise, we would be seeing the same epidemic of strange encounters happening with pilots of foreign branches: the UK, France, the NATO countries. We aren’t. Whatever is happening across the pond is nothing compared to what’s happening here. That’s because the UFOs are ours. We are training personnel in the use of these weapons on the same ranges where we train our other military personnel.
Meanwhile, members of Congress, unaware of these weapons because no one in Congress has a need to know, are freaking out because they think it’s ET. And the kicker is that the Pentagon can’t tell Congress what’s going on because then these weapons would no longer be, well, secret. It’s a vicious cycle of deception.