Origin story riddle: Why did UFOs’ ostensible interest in our nuclear weapons development taper off following voluminous sighting reports in 1948-52?
OK. So. Finally. At long last. Round two of Capitol Hill’s UFO/UAP hearings, set for Wednesday morning. This one’s hosted by the Senate Armed Services Committee’s Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities. Or SASCSETC. No Air Force uniforms on the witness stand (again). ☹ This time, according to another Doug Johnson scoop, we’ll be getting a progress report from the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) boss himself, Sean Kirkpatrick. And that, in turn, should if nothing else give us a glimpse into just how committed to this issue Kirkpatrick’s eclectic Senate audience really is. Can Tom Cotton and Elizabeth Warren really agree on something meaningful, like maybe what a stone wall looks like?
For researchers like Larry Hancock, anything’s gotta be an improvement over that exchange last May between the stoic brass and the certain members of the House Counterintelligence subcommittee. Like the part where Rep. Michael Gallagher started asking about UFO interactions with facilities “housing our strategic nuclear forces.” And the way the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security flung the writhing flatulent goo over to Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray. Poor Scott Bray.
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