Last year marked a profound shift in the conversation around unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), the new preferred term for what everyone knows as UFOs.

The reflexive giggles that long followed any mention of “UFO” now subside quickly when the uninformed learn about bipartisan legislation and serious elected officeholders alleging that surreptitious government “legacy programs” possess “biological evidence of non-human intelligence” and are attempting to reverse engineer exotic “technologies of unknown origin.”  

Although the UAP Disclosure Act passed the Senate with flying colors, House Intelligence chairman Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) successfully killed the most extraordinary elements of the legislation for no apparent reason that makes any sense.  

After blasting this obstruction as an “outrage,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), who are sponsoring the legislation, vowed to continue fighting for truth and transparency in 2024. 

The US government has been taking UFOs extremely serioiusly for decades. It's just that they couldn't let us know that disturbing fact.

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