Congress Finally Holds UFO Hearing After 50 Years

Congress Finally Holds UFO Hearing After 50 Years

Congress Does It – 50 Years in the Making!

( – We’ve been hearing stories about unidentified flying objects (UFOs) for decades. People recount their tales and some sound like a science fiction movie. Until recently, the government has been elusive regarding UFOs, but officials are starting to address the issue publicly if Tuesday was any indication.

On May 17, the House Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee held a public hearing on UFOs. During the hearing, Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Ronald Moultrie and Naval Intelligence Deputy Director Scott Bray testified, attempting to explain videos and images reportedly showing unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).

The purpose of the hearing was to get to the bottom of the UAPs and determine if they pose a threat to national security. An assessment posted last year by the Director of National Intelligence raised more questions than it answered. In the past, when people reported seeing what they thought was a UAP, they faced ridicule. Now, the government is looking to remove that stigma.

During his testimony, Bray said military aircraft had recorded more than 10 “near misses” of UAPs, which did not try to engage them. Analysts couldn’t immediately explain a particular video of glowing green triangles, and Bray believes they might be drone aircraft.

The last time Congress held a hearing to discuss UFOs was in 1968. Yet, the government shut down a task force assigned to look into them at the time a year later. Now, the government has established another task force: the UFO Task Force. Hopefully, this time, they can find some answers.

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