US Representatives were left outraged on the Senate floor after Congress stripped two critical provisions from the highly anticipated UAP Disclosure Act. 

The legislation passed Thursday with the annual defense spending bill was designed to mandate that the government disclose records on 'technologies of unknown origin and non-human intelligence.' 

However, Congress pulled the plug on a review board to sift through each case and grant the federal government 'imminent domain' rights to seize any and all recovered 'non-human technology' currently held by private entities like defense contractors.

What are they so afraid of?

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