We’re looking at an extended war in the Ukraine, a potential war with China over Taiwan and assorted local threats all over the map, including Iran, but here’s what the Senate Majority Leader is focused on.
The House and Senate are using their annual defense bills to require declassification of reports related to UFOs, a bid to make government agencies share more information.
There’s growing, bipartisan interest on Capitol Hill as the Pentagon and other national security agencies have said they are investigating an increasing number of unidentified aircraft, which the government is now calling UAPs – unidentified anomalous phenomena.
What the Senate wants to do: Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) have proposed an amendment to the Senate’s NDAA that would mandate the National Archives collect and store UAP records across the government.
“The American public has a right to learn about technologies of unknown origins, non-human intelligence, and unexplainable phenomena,” Schumer said in a Friday statement.
The American public has the right to know the unknown destinations of hundreds of billions of dollars that have just disappeared, but that, unlike little green men, would be truly dangerous. So let’s talk about UFOs.
It’s no mystery that there’s a certain small but obsessive element among Democrats fixated on this. The Clintons may or may not have been pandering to donors, but Podesta seems genuinely invested it. So are a handful of very wealthy donors. People who don’t believe in G-d need to fill that space with something and an intergalactic civilization waiting to welcome and civilize us is high on that list. Does Schumer believe this stuff?
I doubt it, but it makes a pretty good distraction, doesn’t it?
In a country with few standards, the distractions can be dumber and more vulgar than ever, the more so, the more effective.
“The American public has a right to learn about technologies of unknown origins, non-human intelligence, and unexplainable phenomena”? I’d like to see some human intelligence.