The report on UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) demanded by Congress has not yet officially been released, but there’s a story from The New York Times (and confirmed by NBC News) purporting to give away the plot.
The sources quoted by the Times cut to the chase, saying straight out they’d found no evidence of alien spacecraft. Which isn’t quite the same as saying they could rule out that possibility. The report apparently hedges a lot, and the only thing it affirms is that the objects weren’t American-made craft, either military or civilian.
So technically, that leaves the door open. Maybe what’s visible in the videos are foreign drones, hypersonic weapons or some other high-tech hardware, a circumstance that should cause insomnia for Pentagon brass.
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