Congress Attends Classified UFO Briefing, Complains of Lack of Transparency

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Members of the House Oversight Committee received a classified briefing a few days ago on military encounters with UFOs, which they’re now calling unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAPs).

Some Representatives have been trying to get answers from the Pentagon ever since a former Air Force whistleblower testified before Congress last summer about a secret military program to reverse-engineer some of these things, which are apparently in the government’s possession.

We hesitate to call them aliens, because we don’t know what these things are. The only thing we know for certain is that there is something in the sky and the US government is lying about it.

How creepy is it that the government has some program that not even Congress is allowed to know about, or provide oversight on?

 

Many of the Representatives who attended the briefing expressed frustration that they’re still just hearing “more of the same” from the Pentagon. Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) believes this secret program has been ongoing since the 1940s and possibly even as early as the 1890s.

How is it that Congress and even US presidents are not allowed to know about this supposed program?

The only thing we know for certain is that a faction in our own government is lying to us about something and they really, really don’t want anyone to know about it.

Here’s a news report about the latest UAP hearing and what some Members of Congress had to say about it:

 


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