Sunday 6 December 2020

Will Trump Cover Up UFO's?

Over the last four years an unprecedented series of revelations connected to UFO's has occurred. This has built up a momentum that shows no signs of slowing down. However, according to an article in the magazine Popular Mechanics, the President of the United States during that entire period, Donald Trump, may be the biggest threat to further declassifications. The National Defence Authorization Act is an annual budget order for the armed services that has been a tradition since 1961 where it is the custom to sign its bill into law between Christmas and the New Year. This year's bill includes the funding allocation for the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, see here for details: President Trump has threatened to veto this year's NDAA, apparently in protest over the remaining of a number of military establishments. America has been on a Year Zero-like campaign to erase its own history on the grounds that it is "racist!" and "divisive!" See here for details: A number of military bases are named still after Confederate soldiers and they are poised to be renamed after those who fought on the Union side in the American Civil War; and the president doesn't approve. Source: The news source linked in the article is designed to pluck the heartstrings of the viewer, highlighting that the bill includes provisions for female uniforms and caring for the children of soldiers with special needs. However, this is not President Trump's only motive for holding the NDAA as a bargaining chip. He is also using it as leverage in his drive to repeal Article 230, see:; see here for background: I also doubt that President Trump intends to pull the rug out from under the national defence establishment completely and permanently; that would be political suicide. He has also shown himself to be the US head of state with the most open mind ever towards UFO's and has made some very extracurricular comments about them, for example see: PopMech has always had a very skeptic bent; indeed, it ran a dedicated series with the intention to debunk "9/11 conspiracy theories!". It is likely that this article is an attempt to alienate Trump from his supporters who believe in UFO's, the paranormal and government cover-ups; which appear to be a large enough contingent to be considered a viable sector of the electorate. Hopefully "tin foil hat vote" will not be fooled by this disinformation.
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