Americans have long help a fascination with unidentified flying objects, and whatever version of the little green men they think might be piloting them.
The obsession truly began after World War II, when American pilots returning from war spoke of so-called “foo fighters” that would follow them on bombing runs over Europe. Then, just a few years later, the infamous incident at Roswell, New Mexico took center stage, with locals swearing up and down that they had seen a flying saucer crash out in the desert.
That particular instance kicked off a belief that the government was lying to the American people when they dismissed the phenomenon as weather balloons, swamp gas, or some other mundane thing.
This opinion has persisted throughout the decades, and a recent Director of National Intelligence has confirmed that yes, there are some things about UFO’s that the government hasn’t yet told us.
The U.S. has evidence of UFOs breaking the sound barrier without a sonic boom and making maneuvers impossible with known technology, the former Director of National Intelligence has revealed.
The revelations increased excitement about a forthcoming report detailing what the U.S. government has observed.
John Ratcliffe, who served as Donald Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, said that many of the incidents still have no easy explanation.
The clip is fascinating.
Wow. Maria Bartiromo gets former DNI John Ratcliffe to talk about UFOs ahead a deadline for the government to disclose what it knows about them…
"Usually we have multiple sensors that are picking up these things…there is actually quite a few more than have been made public" pic.twitter.com/qu4VlzrZw1
— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) March 19, 2021
An addendum within the recent COVID-19 relief bill states that the government, and the CIA specifically, must release what they know about the phenomenon to the public before July 1, 2021.
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