The truth is out there, and the Senate really wants America to know it.
Ever since something crash-landed in Roswell, New Mexico back in 1947, America has been obsessed with whatever strange, darting objects they witness in the skies above them. Could this be little green men from mars come to visit, or is this merely swamp gas? Are we being monitored by transdimensional beings, or are we just so hopeful that there is more to this life than meets the eye that we seek out the unknown?
In either case, the Pentagon has been studying this phenomenon and recently began sharing more of their work with Congress.
This has prompted the Senate to speak up about it.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to require U.S. intelligence agencies and the Defense Department to compile a detailed public analysis of all data collected on “unidentified aerial phenomenon,” including intrusions recorded by Navy pilots in recent years.
The provision contained in the annual intelligence authorization bill, which still needs to be adopted by the full Senate, sets up an unusually public debate on Capitol Hill about how extensively the government has been tracking high performance aircraft of unknown origin, or UFOs.
These lawmakers see the unidentified flying objects as a threat.
“The Committee remains concerned that there is no unified, comprehensive process within the federal government for collecting and analyzing intelligence on unidentified aerial phenomena, despite the potential threat,” the committee states in its report on the bill, which sets policy for the intelligence community.