Lawmaker Issues Warning About UFOs After What He Saw

Lawmaker Issues Warning About UFOs After What He Saw

( – The existence of life on other planets has always been something Americans have speculated about. From UFOs spotted in the sky to the mystery of what’s behind the fence at Area 51, people want answers. A lawmaker recently issued a dire warning about extraterrestrial life.

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) appeared on the “Event Horizon” podcast and discussed videos he’d recently viewed that the public has not seen yet. The lawmaker said there’s a possibility that there could be aliens out there that “have this kind of technology, then they could turn us into a charcoal briquette.” He went on to say that they might be able to travel at speeds that we haven’t seen yet or “fly underwater, don’t show a heat trail,” and other things that are “out of our league.”

The congressman said that the US would not be able to handle it. So, Burchett explained that he doesn’t believe other life forms are a threat to the planet because they “would already have been.”

In an interview with News Nation, Burchett, a member of the House Oversight Committee, said he hopes to have about six people testify about UFOS. He explained he hopes they will have scientists, pilots, and whistleblowers, among others. However, he said he didn’t want to discuss it too much because the Pentagon would get involved and try to silence people.

Burchett also appeared on Fox News, saying he believes the government has information about UFOs. Host Jesse Watters played videos, and the congressman said they were images of unknown objects with no heat trails and could swim underwater. Burchett claimed the government has been covering up information since the 1940s, if not longer.

The congressman’s allegations come shortly after Air Force veteran David Grusch blew the whistle on supposed UFO retrieval programs within the US government. A spokesperson for the Department of Defense has disputed Grusch’s claims, saying there’s no evidence to prove what he’s saying.

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