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For decades CIA Scientist Dr. Ron Pandolfi has manipulated UFO researchers in a disinformation campaign designed to influence and confuse the public about the subject of UFOs and scam investors out of their money.

On December 16, 2017, the world’s most prestigious newspaper, the New York Times (NYT), published a shocking story titled “Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. [sic!] Program.” Written by not just one, but three journalists — Helene Cooper, Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean, their expose revealed the stunning news that the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) inside the Pentagon’s “C” Ring in Washington DC, was running a secret “Black Budget” funded operation called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). In short, its mission was to collect and study reports of encounters and alleged physical evidence of purported UFOs.

“This was so-called black money,” former Senate Majority Leader, Democrat Senator Harry Reid, admitted to the NYT. Reid should know, since it is he who decided to waste millions of dollars in taxpayer money spending it on this loopy escapade. Reid’s idea to open up this UFO related program, wasn’t even his own. Instead, he boasts that it was his longtime friend and campaign donor, billionaire developer Robert Bigelow, who actually approached him with this plan. Reid says that after agreeing to Bigelow’s idea, he later met in secret “in a secure room in the Capitol” with two of his fellow Senators, Republican Ted Stephens from Alaska and World War II combat hero and Medal of Honor recipient, Democrat Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii. “Stevens knows about it, Inouye knows about it. But that was it, and that’s how we wanted it,” Reid explained, trying to somehow ‘justify’ why it is that he would then give his donor and longtime friend, Bigelow, nearly $22 million dollars in taxpayer monies over a period of five years from 2007–2012 to “study UFOs.”

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