It’s almost cliché at this point to believe that the US government is being 100% honest with the American people on any subject, let alone those of a highly-sensiteve national security slant. But, thanks to an oddly-time legislative maneuver, it appears as though the Pentagon will at least be fessing up to us on one subject: UFO’s.
We have the COVID-19 bill to thank for this, after one lawmaker added a bit of fine print that required the DOD to let the nation know everything that they know about UFO’s. Now, there are only a few scant days left until we get a look at the goods.
U.S. intelligence agencies are expected to deliver a report on “unidentified aerial phenomena” to Congress next month, sparking renewed interest and speculation into how the government has handled sightings of mysterious flying objects — and if there’s any worldly explanation for them.
The unclassified report, compiled by the director of national intelligence and the secretary of defense, aims to make public what the Pentagon knows about unidentified flying objects and data analyzed from such encounters.
The report is slated to arrive before the end of the month, but some believe that the task if far from over:
Christopher Mellon, a top defense official who served in the administrations of Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, said more needs to be done, adding that the process for reporting UFO sightings should be destigmatized.
“My hope is that this administration will provide our military people the support they deserve,” Mellon told NBC News. “On this issue, that means determining ASAP what threat if any is posed by the unidentified vehicles that are brazenly and repeatedly violating restricted U.S. airspace over hovering around our warships. Our people are naturally and rightly concerned and almost nothing has been done to address their concerns.”
If the truth really is out there, it seems as though Americans are in for a wild ride later this month.