Naval Pilot Says UFO Committed ‘Acts of War’ Against US Fleet

In this wacky world we’ve suddenly found ourselves in, very few things could truly surprise us – especially here in America.

This is a nation that is currently overwhelmed with calamity, as a viral pandemic continues to rage while protests and riots erupt nationwide.  There are “murder hornets”, immense wildfires, and a presidential election to boot.

So, perhaps we could have or should have expected that something like this next story would come around as well.

One of the former fighter pilots who encountered a mysterious flying object off the coast of California in 2004 says the unidentified phenomena committed an “act of war” in the unexplained encounter.

Commander David Fravor witnessed the Tic Tac-shaped object perform extraordinary aerial maneuvers that no known human technology is capable of in November 2004. The former US Navy pilot said the UFO was unlike anything else he ever encountered.

Here’s where it gets worrisome:

After landing, Fravor mentioned the UFO to a colleague, Chad Underwood, who successfully located the unidentified phenomena only for it to jam his radar. “He’s telling the radar, ‘Stare down the line of sight, whatever is there I want you to grab it and build a trace file on it,’ which will tell you where it is, how fast it is and the direction that it’s going,” Fravor explained to Fridman.

“The radar is smart enough that when the signal comes back if it’s been messed with, it will tell you – it will give you indications that it’s being jammed …. It’s being jammed into about every mode you can see … You can tell it’s being jammed,” he added.

“When you actively jam another platform, that’s technically an act of war.”

Fravor’s encounter has spawned a renaissance in UFO research, particularly as the Pentagon itself has admitted to taking up the mantle on account of his infamous tale.