Congress Holds Historic Meeting Over UAPs

Congress Holds Historic Meeting Over UAPs

( – For decades, Americans have wondered about unidentified flying objects (UFOs), also known as unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs). Specifically, they want to know how much the government knows about these objects. Like, has the federal government ever come in contact with them? Do they have any of the UFOs? And the list goes on.

Recently, the House of Representatives held a hearing involving a former military intelligence officer who claims the government actually knows a lot about UFOs. More importantly, he claimed the feds are keeping the information from the American people.

UAP: Implications on National Security, Public Safety, and Government Transparency

On July 25, the House Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs held the hearing. Three whistleblowers appeared before lawmakers to testify about what they reportedly knew. Those included retired Air Force Maj. David Grusch, retired Navy Cmdr. David Fravor, and Executive Director Ryan Graves. All three men were sworn in and promised to tell the truth. That’s important because if they lied to lawmakers, they could be charged with a criminal offense.

Shocking Testimony

Grusch, who was part of the Pentagon’s UAP task force, told the members of Congress that he was denied access to some of the programs but said he knows where all of the UAPs the US has in its possession are located.

US Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) asked Grusch if the US had drivers of those UAPs in its custody since he was claiming they had crashed objects. He stated that the government did have “biologics” and claimed they were “non-human.”

Grusch told lawmakers that he had not personally seen the vehicles or bodies. Instead, he claimed that his knowledge was based on the accounts of more than 40 witnesses he’d interviewed while on the UAP task force. He claimed the US has been aware of “non-human” activity since the 1930s.

Graves told lawmakers that the number of UAPs was being “grossly underreported,” and he believes it is an “urgent” issue. He explained that military personnel and pilots for commercial airlines often see them but said, “The stigma is real and powerful and challenges national security.”

Fravor said he was shocked when he and three other service members observed a white “Tic Tac”-shaped flying object. He told lawmakers it was not shaped like an ordinary plane or flying object with wings and rotors. It had none of that. He said the technology was better than anything the US had, calling it “incredible.”

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