Recent U.S. mainstream media and government news reporting so far in 2019 has adopted a more serious tone regarding the ultra-taboo topic of UFOs – Unidentified Flying Aircraft. Decades of organized debunking of the phenomenon – which is real enough to warrant CIA reports, Pentagon studies, and Navy reporting guidelines – have failed to convince Americans that everyone who has reportedly seen a UFO or met an alien occupant is unquestionably crazy.
In June 1997, CNN conducted a poll which showed that “80 percent of Americans think the government is hiding knowledge of the existence of extraterrestrial life forms.” 1,024 Americans responded to the survey. Fifty-four percent of them believed in the existence of intelligent life outside Earth – even though they themselves had seen a UFO and no one they knew had seen one either.
United Kingdom international online market research and data analytics firm YouGov concluded their own poll just in time for the American holiday of independence from Britain which revealed that 28 percent of Americans surveyed “believe the government knows something about UFOs that is not being shared with the public.”
The United States UFO research community has been labeled lunatic fringe by the propaganda machine which has historically ridiculed and discredited anyone taking the above-top secret, cosmic clearance subject seriously.
Debunkers today still call the study of the U.S. government’s 70+ years of conspiratorial UFO coverups an “obsession,” proclaiming that:
“No serious astronomer gives any credence to any of these stories.”
Yet, many serious astronomers have given very serious credence to many of these stories. Among that list of scientific luminaries is Avi Loeb, the chair of Harvard’s astronomy department.
Add to Loeb two former U.S. astronauts (Buzz Aldrin and Gordon Cooper) and Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of Defense, all of whom claim for certain that UFOs are real and so are various races of aliens who occupy and direct them.
To do federal damage control on all these pesky credible whistle-blowers, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence during the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations Chris Mellon is being groomed to hand off the U.S. government’s latest version of UFO Truth: they are real and a real threat to U.S. air space – so let’s form more clandestine groups to use taxpayer money for more covert study and fund more military expense to weaponize space (for our protection, of course).
Mellon talks only about the 2004 USS Nimitz and carrier escort multiple mass UFO sightings during training exercise being reported by many Navy observers. Public attention is being directed along a very narrow wavelength, with the same Navy aircraft radar lock-on footage shown over and over again – to the exclusion of any other equally-credible footage or reports, which number in the tens of thousands worldwide.
Given all this UFO activity, it is safe to assume that if ETs wanted all humans dead, we’d all be dead.
In fact, the U.S. government has published a large number of declassified documents that prove that UFOs have the ability to do great harm but have never actually actively aggressively, even when confronted by shoot-to-kill military jets.
Federal officials are scrambling to keep a tight rein on public opinion about UFOs and ETs. President Trump and a few senators have been briefed behind closed doors about the real truth about the advanced technologies that can fly circles around anything we’ve got.
Having swallowed the Big Lie that you must be insane to believe that UFOs exist, these lawmakers are reacting by calling for the creation of even more closed-door groups that will spend even more trillions of taxpayer money with no public transparency or accountability for their actions or expenses.
Now, U.S. President Trump is poised to comment about the reality of UFOs. If the Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces says UFOs are real, that would make him go down in history as the American UFO Disclosure President.
A film editor for Fox News released information anonymously about what Americans can expect from President Trump’s in-depth interview on the Tucker Carlson Show tonight (July 5, 2019). Here is an excerpt of the entire segment devoted to UFOs and aliens between Trump (‘T’) and Carlson (‘C’):
C: Why do you think they [aliens] are in hiding?
T: I don’t know. Maybe they think we’re crazy [to believe in them?] (laughs)
C: If they are hiding, when do you think they will reveal themselves?
T: I don’t know. I guess we will have to wait and see, won’t we? (smirks)
C: So just to be clear, you think that aliens are real and that we will just have to wait and see when they reveal themselves?
T: Maybe. We will find out, won’t we?
President Trump is going to have to be much more forthright in endorsing the existence of aliens and UFOs than this Fox teaser if he wants to be known as the UFO Disclosure President.
“Maybe” doesn’t cut it anymore with dedicated UFO researchers. We know he knows – and we know he knows we know he knows.
When will this game of cat-and-mouse end in the full and frank federal admission that there are forces flying around our skies that no human government can control? Mr. President, with all due respect, the spotlight is on you, sir.