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Whistleblower Exposes US Government’s Hidden UFO Evidence!

The subject of UFOs, now referred to as unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), has garnered increased attention from the U.S. government due to compelling testimony from credible witnesses. This heightened interest led to a hearing titled “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena: Implications on National Security, Public Safety, and Government Transparency,” held by the House of Representatives’ Subcommittee on National Security at the Border and Foreign Affairs in Washington.

During this hearing, three key witnesses provided testimony: Ryan Graves and David Fravor, former U.S. Navy aviators with notable encounters involving unknown objects in military training airspace, and David Grusch, a decorated U.S. military combat veteran and Pentagon intelligence officer.

The opening remarks from representatives emphasized the importance of transparency and data-driven approaches regarding UAP. There was a consensus that the American public has a right to information about technologies of unknown origins and unexplainable phenomena while acknowledging the need for careful disclosure of classified information.

Grusch’s testimony included references to a purported multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering program, highlighting challenges in accessing such information and the existence of programs outside congressional oversight. These claims sparked discussions on government transparency, potential disinformation campaigns, and the nature of UAP-related activities.

Witnesses like Graves and Fravor emphasized the under-reporting of UAP sightings in American airspace and the challenges faced by military and commercial pilots in reporting such encounters due to stigma and fear of repercussions. They raised concerns about the lack of oversight and central repositories for UAP reports within the government.

Questions during the hearing explored various aspects, including the potential threat posed by UAP to national security, the technological superiority of observed objects, and theories about interdimensional aspects of the phenomenon. The focus remained on accountability, transparency, and the role of science in understanding and addressing the UAP enigma.

In closing remarks, representatives reiterated the importance of transparency, scientific inquiry, and accountability in dealing with UAP-related issues. The hearing underscored the need for factual investigation and informed decision-making regarding this complex and intriguing topic.

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