Congress Holding UFO Hearing With Pentagon Testimony

Congress Holding UFO Hearing With Pentagon Testimony

Congress Holding PUBLIC Hearing – Will They Finally Get Answers?

( – In recent weeks, talk about UFOs has been increasing on Capitol Hill. Many lawmakers have expressed discontent with the Pentagon’s lack of reports and information on the existence of these unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). Now, it seems there’s a step to get a bit more intel on this.

On Tuesday, May 17, the House Intelligence Committee’s Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee will hold a public hearing session on UFOs. Top Pentagon Intelligence Official Ronald Moultrie and Scott Bray, the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence, will speak to the panel to publicly address the 144 reports of UAPs and other information they’ve collected about the strange potential threat to our airspace.

The New York Post shared more about this rare panel:

Panel chair, Representative André Carson (D-IN), believes this is an area of “high public interest” that warrants greater transparency, and suggested he thinks it could temporarily bring Republicans and Democrats together.

The last time Congress addressed any possible life forms from outer space was in the 1960s, when the Air Force called the alleged UFO sightings “swamp gas.” The question remains: Will this hearing bring about new information to Americans and productive results, or is it simply another political scheme to draw attention and raise eyebrows and budgets for next year?

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