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The U.S. Congress holds a session to discuss "UFOs"

 

The U.S. Congress Intelligence Committee holds its first hearing on unknown weather events, called "UFOs", at which military officials testify.   According to NPR Radio, this session, broadcast live on YouTube, is the first in more than 50 years about the phenomenon of "UFOs", specifically since 1969.    During the hearing, Pentagon officials presented to Congress declassified videos of obscure objects flashing, and 400 reports of an "unidentified aerial phenomenon" have been uncovered in recent years.




The U.S. Congress Intelligence Committee holds its first hearing on unknown weather events, called "UFOs", at which military officials testify.


According to NPR Radio, this session, broadcast live on YouTube, is the first in more than 50 years about the phenomenon of "UFOs", specifically since 1969.


During the hearing, Pentagon officials presented to Congress declassified videos of obscure objects flashing, and 400 reports of an "unidentified aerial phenomenon" have been uncovered in recent years.



  • The passages presented were during the testimony of Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray and Under-Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Multree.
  • "The video clip and the image of the glowing triangles remained unresolved for some time but were eventually identified as drones"
  • Bray said during his presentation of photos and videos, noting that "the military does not know what can be the thing shown in the first video. I have no explanation for it. "


Congress mandated the Pentagon to keep it regularly informed about the phenomenon, and last year the Office of the Director of National Intelligence issued a report containing 144 sightings of flying objects.


Investigators did not find extraterrestrial links to aircraft or other devices that appear to fly at ambiguous speeds or tracks, but highlighted the need to gather better data on what Democrats and Republicans increasingly view as a national security concern.




Obama talks about the reality of UFO


Former US President Barack Obama raised several questions about UFOs during a television encounter, and CNN said Obama "wants to know if there are really other forms of life."


  1. Appearing on "The Late Late Show", Obama said: "In fact
  2. when I took office, I asked is there a laboratory somewhere where we keep samples belonging to aliens and spacecraft? The answer was no. "
  3. Obama was joking at the beginning of his speech, but then he talked about UFOs and said
  4. "What's true, and I'm actually serious here, is that there are footage and recordings of things in the sky, and we don't know exactly what they are."


"We can't explain how these things move, they can't be easily explained, and I think some are still taking that seriously, trying to check to see what those things are," he noted.


According to CNN, Obama's confession regarding footage and recordings is in line with that of government officials after decades of denial, meaning UFOs are real and present.


"The belief in the existence of unidentified and genuine flying objects does not mean belief in the existence of alien creatures, alien objects are merely unidentified flying objects, and they cannot be presumed to contain other forms of life".


In the coming month, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense should provide the Congressional Intelligence and Armed Services Committees with a report on "unidentified aerial phenomena".