Congress wants the truth about UFOs from the American government and heard, during a public hearing, three witnesses who directly experienced unidentified aerial phenomena. Among these is the star David Grusch, a former intelligence officer and US Air Force veteran dubbed ‘the UFO mole’.
Grusch: “Use in possession of alien spaceships”
Before deputies Grusch reiterated that he is aware, “through information received from others”, of the fact that the United States is in possession of “alien spaceships” and has found “non-human biological remains” in the areas where the spaceships have landed crash. The USA, she accused, “has been hiding a program for decades” to capture UFOs. Grusch confessed to Congress that his coming out of the closet about unidentified aerial phenomena and his decision to call the government into question “cost him a lot, both professionally and personally.” Despite this, his battle goes on because it is necessary to clarify.
The testimony of the pilots of the Navy
In addition to Grusch, two former Navy pilots, Ryan Graves and David Fravor, also told the deputies about their experiences, going into detail about their in-flight sightings. “These are not rare or isolated events. Military and commercial pilots often witness such phenomena,” Graves said, explaining how the encounters are so common that they are now even discussed in the briefings that precede flight operations. Fravor described his face-to-face encounter with UFOs in 2004 near San Diego to MPs. The former pilot had been sent on a routine operation when he was confronted with a huge object that flew just above the water. The incident that went down in the news as ‘Tic Tac Ufo’ was filmed by television cameras and subsequently made public by the Pentagon.
“We’ll find out what’s been covered up”
The stories of the three witnesses have strengthened the will of Congress to shed light on UFOs. “We’ll find out what’s been covered up. This is a matter of government transparency,” said Republican Congressman Tim Burchett, one of the staunchest advocates of making information available on unidentified aerial phenomena. Also calling for greater transparency on the part of the government on UFOs is the leader of the Democrats in the Senate, Chuck Schumer, who recently introduced an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act to make public all government documents related to UFOs. unidentified phenomena.