Is the Navy Withholding Information About UFOs?
Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC) has made it his goal to discover the truth. His current mission is to find out if the Navy is hiding information about UFO encounters.
The House Homeland Security Committee member first looked into these reports in July. Walker wrote a letter to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer asking exactly what the Navy was doing to investigate any reported sightings. He also asked if any new technology could account for the sightings.
Although the North Carolina representative received a response saying that the Navy takes the sightings seriously and investigates all reports, he isn’t content with the lack of details being released.
In a recent interview Walker said:
While I am encouraged the Under Secretary of the Navy confirmed that UAP encounters are fully investigated, there is frustration with the lack of answers to specific questions about the threat that superior aircraft flying in United States airspace may pose.
While open to the idea that these UFOs could be something extraterrestrial, Walker’s main concern is that Russia or China has jumped ahead of the United States in technology. If that’s the case, then America needs to know.
Jim Sensenbrenner Resigning
Another Republican Congressman is opting out of the re-election race. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) has announced that he won’t try to retain his seat in 2020.
— Amy DuPont (@AmyDuPontFox6) September 6, 2019
Sensenbrenner is the second-longest serving member of the House. He was elected in 1978 and has always been very popular among his constituents. Since being in Congress, Jim has always won with over 60% support.
The popular politician joins a growing list of GOP members who have announced their retirement in the past few weeks. Rep. Sean Duffy, also from Wisconsin, recently announced his retirement to spend more time with his pregnant wife. It seems that life is catching up with many incumbent Republicans.
Rep. Roger Marshall Announces Kansas Senate Race
Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS) announced over the weekend that he will be running in 2020 to fill the seat of Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) who announced he was stepping down at the end of his current term.
I'm running to represent Kansans in the U.S. Senate. I'd be honored by your support.
— Dr. Roger Marshall (@RogerMarshallMD) September 7, 2019
Marshall made his announcement at the Kansas State Fair. During his speech, he made it clear that he will focus his campaign on the personal ties he has with Kansas. While it’s concerning to see Republicans battling each other for Senate seats, at least there’s no threat of losing the seat to a Democrat.
Everything I needed to know I learned right here in Kansas. It’s my Kansas roots and my faith, my family and my community that has guided my entire life and guides me today. I answered the call to serve Kansans in the Big First, and now I want to answer that call again to serve all Kansans across this great state.
-Rep. Roger Marshall
Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, President of the Kansas Senate Susan Wagle, and retired Kansas City Chiefs player Dave Lindstrom have all announced they will also be running for the senate seat in 2020.
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