Chatter About UFO Sightings In Government Channels On The Rise, Ex-Navy Pilot Says

| July 25, 2020

The Pentagon program that investigates unidentified flying objects may be instructed to release some of its information -- often discussed in classified briefings -- to the public once Congress passes the intelligence authorization act, the New York Times reports.

According to the Washington Examiner, one ex-Navy fighter pilot, says there are strange objects flying through the earth's atmosphere.

In a follow-up to a New York Times report claiming the Pentagon will soon release never-before-seen documents pertaining to the possible existence of "off-world vehicles not made on this earth," retired naval aviator David Fravor talked to Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Friday evening about what he saw during a routine training mission in November 2004 off the coast of California.

"I never want to speculate what the government truly has, but I would say, there's stuff out there," Fravor said. "The four of us who chased the 'Tic Tac' in 2004 have attested to it multiple times that what we saw exceeded anything that we had in our inventory, far superior to the airplanes that we were flying in, at the time, they were brand new, so I'd say, yes there's something out there."

Fravor has dismissed the idea that foreign governments could be behind the flying objects that have been caught on video moving at incredible speeds and defying physics. The ex-pilot said on Friday he believes the "taboo" about discussing unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, is starting to disappear.

"There are more incidents that are starting to come out that people are starting to report inside the government channels of things that they've seen, and I think you're seeing it from people in the past because it always had that taboo to come out and talk about these things," he said. "I think since 2017 the world is starting to change because of the publicity, because of the attention of the Senate and the Congress, because of people like Marco Rubio on the Intel Committee of telling the DOD, 'Hey I want a report.'" READ MORE

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