Congress To Address Possible UFO Threats

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Congress is now considering legislation on potential extraterrestrial crafts. 

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Fox News reported, Masked in turgid language deep inside next year’s Senate intelligence authorization bill lies the following sentence: “Cross-domain transmedium threats to United States’ national security are expanding exponentially.”

In other words, the U.S. government will legislatively address threats from possible UFO’s.

Now, this does not necessarily confirm that these objects are manned or operated by extraterrestrial beings, but what it does mean is that the government is acknowledging their existence, and that they are unsure exactly what the phenomenon is. 

In recent years massive strides have been made in proving the possible existence of UFO’s. 

Footage has been released from fighter jets, and the federal government has even acknowledged on several occasions that the sightings and footage are authentic. 

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In February of 2021, a freedom of information act request even revealed possible government UFO testing. 

A researcher by the name of Anthony Bragalia put in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in 2017.

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In 2021, he finally received a response. A letter, and 150 pages of documentation from the DIA. Much of which is redacted to protect the privacy of agents who worked on the projects and maintain security of the agencies structure.

The researcher claims that in the documents the Pentagon admitted to finding and conducting tests on UFO’s at Bigelow Aerospace near Las Vegas. Experts believe that the UFO in question may be the famous Roswell flying saucer from 1947.

Nitinol is described as similar to “memory metal” reportedly found in debris from the Roswell crash. This metal allegedly can be bent or crushed, and ‘remember’ its previous state so that it can revert back.

Former Presidents have also started commenting on UFO phenomenon. 

In June Bill Clinton admitted to having investigated unknown Ariel phenomenon. 

Clinton says that during his Presidency he went to great lengths to confirm whether or not the government had gotten its hands on extraterrestrials. He particularly investigated Area 51. 

“I said we got to find out how we’re going to deal with this because that’s where we do a lot of our invisibility research in terms of technology, like how we fly airplanes that aren’t picked up by radar and all that. So that’s why they’re so secretive, but there are no aliens that I know of,” he said. 

After Sen. Marco Rubio called for UFO’s to be taken more seriously Barrack Obama chimed in. 

“But what is true — and I’m actually being serious here — is that there’s footage and records of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are,” he said. 


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