Pentagon: “UFOs are real, you will see more of them” – Amazing admission
The Pentagon has confirmed that UFOs are not only real, but that we are likely to see a dramatic increase in extraterrestrial activity over the next few years.
This stunning admission came at the first congressional hearing on UFOs in over fifty years.
According to government officials, these UFOs had “no discernible means of propulsion.”
Among those are 11 near-misses with US aircraft, including this video of a pilot in the cockpit of a Navy fighter jet:
“There are a small handful of events in which there are flight characteristics or signature management that we cannot explain with the data we have,” said Scott Bray, the deputy director of naval intelligence. .
“These are obviously the ones that interest us the most.”
Why has the establishment and mainstream media made a 180 degree turn from treating UFOs with contempt and ridicule to treating them with the utmost seriousness?
Nymag.com reports : During the House of Representatives hearing, which was followed by a classified version for lawmakers only, Deputy Director of Navy Intelligence Scott Bray said the observations of UFOs are “frequent and continuous” and that they have reached more than 400 in total, a sharp increase from the 144 cited in a Congressional report last year (although he added that many of the new reports, from people emboldened by the reduced stigma surrounding the subject, were likely accounts of older incidents).
Bray surely disappointed some by noting that a Pentagon UAP task force had found nothing to suggest that any of the reported objects were “of non-Earthly origin.” But he also did not offer easy explanations for all the incidents observed. The Pentagon was able to explain many incidents, he said, especially those involving known man-made devices. But “there are a small handful [of events] for which there are flight characteristics or signature management that we cannot explain with the data we have.” These include a famous video made in 2004 by the USS Nimitz. Bray also said American planes had recorded 11 “near misses” with unexplained objects.
Mr Bray presented lawmakers with several videos showing hovering triangular objects, pointing out that the short, grainy footage – the norm for such recordings – made them difficult to assess. He said investigators were able to determine that the triangle-shaped UAPs were likely drones.
But another recent video he showed the group, showing a “spherical object,” remained unexplained , he said.
Mr. Bray and senior Pentagon intelligence official Ronald Moultrie, who also testified, both stressed that the government must be careful in releasing information about the sightings, as they do not want to reveal their methods too much to their opponents.
Democratic Congressman Andre Carson opened the 90-minute hearing by calling UAPs a “potential national security threat,” which should be treated as such. He said the phenomenon had too often been taken as a joke.
According to one theory, China, Russia or another country has such advanced aerial technology that it may seem foreign. But officials said Tuesday that was unlikely. (The lackluster performance of the Russian military in Ukraine makes it harder to imagine that they are generations ahead of the United States in any military category).
The surge of interest in UFOs can be traced back roughly to 2017, when the New York Times reported the existenceof the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. For years, the Times has revealed, the small Pentagon operation, championed by the late Nevada Senator Harry Reid, investigated unexplained flying phenomena witnessed by members of the military. Over the next few years, more evidence of UAPs emerged. Pilots describe seeing objects resembling Tic Tacs, hovering in the air for several hours and capable of reaching hypersonic speeds, then stopping on a whim. The Pentagon released declassified videos showing clashes between military personnel and UAPs. A cottage industry of believers and skeptics has developed. And Congress compelled the Pentagon to write a report on the matter, which was released last year.