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“I’m not telling you that it doesn’t sound wacky. What I’m telling you is it’s real,” Luis Elizondo told Bill Whitaker on an episode of 60 minutes that aired over the weekend. “The question is, what is it? What are its intentions? What are its capabilities?”
What is he talking about?
Elizondo is a former senior intelligence military officer and a UAP/UFO spokesperson who ran the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program that launched in 2007.
“Imagine a technology that can do 6-to-700 g-forces, that can fly at 13,000 miles an hour, that can evade radar and that can fly through air and water and possibly space. That’s precisely what we’re seeing,” Elizondo elaborated.
That’s right, he’s speaking of Unidentified Flying Objects. It is no longer a theory; UFOs are real.
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“Ultimately, when you have exhausted all those what ifs and you’re still left with the fact that this is in our airspace and it’s real, that’s when it becomes compelling, and that’s when it becomes problematic,” Elizondo said.
Intelligence experts have ruled out drones, balloons, and space junk. There have been too many credible eyewitnesses in recent years for this subject to continue to be ignored.
Eyewitnesses like the former Navy pilots; also featured in the recent 60 Minutes episode.
Commander David Fravor and Lieutenant Commander Alex Dietrich detailed their first-hand experience with a UFO in 2004. They kept publicly quiet about the encounter until now.
In 2004, an aircraft carrier detected multiple anomalous aerial vehicles, dropping 80,000 feet in seconds. Commander Fravor and Lieutenant Dietrich were tasked with investigating the anomalies, piloting separate planes. They each were accompanied by a weapons systems officer, despite the aircraft not being equipped with artillery.
They headed out over the Pacific Ocean near San Diego to investigate a patch of roiling whitewater. Fravor’s systems officer was the first to see the tic-tac-looking object pointed in a north-south direction, hovering above the whitewater patch.
As he decided to fly closer to get a better look, according to Fravor, the flying object made an abrupt turn and began to mirror and fly towards him. It was about the size of the F-18 he was flying, but that was the end of the aircrafts’ similarities.
The UFO had no markings, no exhaust, no wings. It climbed high enough to reach altitude with Fravor, disappearing the moment it was directly in front of him.
All four people in the airplanes witnessed the UFO first hand for approximately five minutes before it disappeared, reappearing again seconds later, some 60 miles away.
“You know, I think that over beers, we’ve sort of said, ‘Hey man, if I saw this solo, I don’t know that I would have come back and said anything,'” said Dietrich. “Because it sounds so crazy when I say it.”
The pilots are not the only ones curious for more details and information regarding the unidentified flying objects. People tend to fear what they don’t know, so the public must be informed of the truth.
An unclassified report is being prepared by the Pentagon and Director of National Intelligence for the Senate intelligence and armed service committees in Congress. The report will present more information to the American public. It will include information that cannot be easily explained, with a “detailed analysis of unidentified aerial phenomena data” collected by the FBI and the Office of Naval Intelligence.
According to former National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe, “There have been sightings all over the world. And when we talk about sightings, the other thing I will tell you, it’s not just a pilot or just a satellite or some intelligence collection. Usually, we have multiple sensors that are picking up these things.”
The report is due to be released on June 25, 2021, and must include data from the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, which was launched last August by the Department of Defense.
Please take a moment to apologize to your conspiracy theorist friends, as they were right the whole time.
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