Talk about saying a whole bunch of nothing.
The U.S. Government has a P.H.D. in saying absolutely nothing, all while taking up roughly 100 pages to say absolutely nothing.
According to reports, U.S. Intelligence Officials are saying they have no evidence that what we are seeing in our airspace are alien spacecraft, but they can’t rule out the possibility either.
This is one of the most ridiculous statements I have ever heard on the topic.
It’s almost as bad as the classic ‘weather balloon’ explanation of UFO’s, or my personal favorite: swamp gas.
Why take the time to even make a statement like that? Why not just say something like “we don’t know right now, our report isn’t complete”?
To me, this shows that they are continuing to play games…..which is what they have ALWAYS done on this subject, but enough is enough!
Look at the facts: these things go at hyper sonic speeds, appear to work on anti-gravity propulsion, have no obvious wings or flight surfaces, have positive lift, they’re trans-medium, can handle 600 g-forces, and we have no idea what they are…..
If these WERE in fact foreign drones we would know.
I’m not saying it’s definitely aliens, but come on, once you eliminate the impossible you are left with the probable.
The American People DESERVE the truth, and I am confident that we can all HANDLE the truth.
Here’s what people are saying:
The Associated Press reports:
Investigators have found no evidence the sightings are linked to aliens — but can’t deny a link either. Two officials briefed on the report due to Congress later this month say the U.S. government cannot give a definitive explanation of aerial phenomena spotted by military pilots.
The report also doesn’t rule out that what pilots have seen may be new technologies developed by other countries. One of the officials said there is no indication the unexplained phenomena are from secret U.S. programs.
The officials were not authorized to discuss the information publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. Findings of the report were first published by The New York Times.
The report examines multiple unexplained sightings from recent years that in some cases have been captured on video of pilots exclaiming about objects flying in front of them.
Congress in December required the Director of National Intelligence to summarize and report on the U.S. government’s knowledge of unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAPs — better known to the public as unidentified flying objects or UFOs. The effort has included a Defense Department UAP task force established last year. The expected public release of an unclassified version of the report this month will amount to a status report, not the final word, according to one official.
— DustFreeDoug (@DustDoug) June 5, 2021
CNN had this to say:
The upcoming report is unlikely to satisfy UFO-ologists who support what’s known as “Disclosure,” or the government release of definitive evidence that it has been contacted by extraterrestrial life.“Most people would be hoping for visual evidence of little green men, which is almost certainly not going to be the case,” a congressional aide told CNN, referring to expectations about the report’s contents.In fact, multiple sources told CNN that they don’t expect the intelligence community to release much specific information at all, partly because if these strange sightings are actually next-gen technology fielded by a foreign adversary, intelligence officials won’t want to tip them off on what the US has seen.Additionally, technical intelligence experts still need more information on some of these encounters to reach a conclusive assessment, an administration official involved in the current investigative efforts said. But the same official also told CNN that many encounters turn out to have perfectly normal explanations, like a weather balloon or a drone. In some instances, sightings have been removed from the US government database tracking these encounters because officials were able to explain them.