Did the US government just confirm that aliens exist?

By Charlie Sawyer

Published Jul 27, 2023 at 01:40 PM

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I don’t think I ever predicted that one day I could be just sitting at home, minding my own business, and I’d turn on the TV to see a Congressional hearing with three former members of the military and intelligence industry testifying about first-hand accounts of UFO sightings. I might’ve imagined watching that play out in an episode of Black Mirror, but not within the US government.

On 26 July 2023, a momentous thing happened. Three US individuals who’ve historically had access to highly sensitive information and material basically sat in front of Congress and insinuated that there really was life out there. To try and understand the complexities of the three men’s testimonies, let’s break down some of the most important things we learned yesterday.

According to The Independent, the three men testifying were David Grusch, a former intelligence official and whistleblower who has previously stated that the US has “intact and partially intact” alien vehicles, David Fravor, an ex-Navy commander who reported seeing an object flying across the sky during a 2004 training mission, and Ryan Graves, a retired Navy pilot who allegedly spotted an unidentified aerial phenomenon off the Atlantic coast “every day for at least a couple years.”

During the hearing, all three individuals extensively discussed their findings. Grusch even went as far as to say that he had a lot of other hidden information to share but didn’t feel comfortable speaking about it in a public forum.

One of the most shocking revelations was that the US government allegedly has “intact and partially intact” alien vehicles as well as “non-human bodies”—yup, you heard that right.

Moreover, as reported by The Guardian, Grusch, when asked if he has any personal knowledge of people who have been harmed or injured in efforts to cover up or conceal extraterrestrial technology he replied: “Yes.”

The existence of aliens is something the entire world has pondered for centuries. We write literature about it, we make films about it, and we spend hours debating it. So, the idea that the US government has indeed been hiding all of this information from us in some kind of “multi-decade” scheme, is quite a tough pill to swallow.

There are of course some doubts surrounding the men’s testimonies. The US military has always ferociously denied the fact that its hiding secret alien or UFO materials, and the government and military never lie of course…

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