Sunday 30 May 2021

UAP's in the Brady Room

A major milestone in the current "UFOlogy crash course" has just been passed. UAP's have been mentioned seriously in an official White House press conference. This took place on Tuesday in the James S Brady Press Briefing Room, the location most people will be familiar with. Joe Biden's press secretary Jen Psaki took a question from the floor that she was clearly prepared for. In fact she interrupts the reporter in a humourous way: "Your giggling gives it away. I know what your question is." The reporter then goes on to ask about the upcoming UAPTF report and the press secretary answers: "We're aware of the report requirement and our team at Office of the Director of National Intelligence is of course actively working on that report; and we take reports of incursions into our airspace by any aircraft, identified or unidentified, very seriously and investigate each one... The safety of our personnel, the security of our operations and our airspace are of paramount concern. Whether that is identified or unidentified aircraft we don't discuss that publicly, but the president supports the office of the DNI putting together a report and following through on that commitment (President Trump's UAPTF report instructions)." Source: There's absolutely no doubt that Ms Psaki has been consulted over the UFO issue and her statement was not that different from President Obama's, albeit natually more formal. Having the matter tabled at an official briefing in this way has not happened in the USA since the Condon Report of 1969. Just two days later Jeremy Corbell released another video showing a radar scope allegedly from the USS Omaha, a US Navy coastal patrol ship that detected UAP's off the coast of California in 2019. If this video is genuine then it contains telemetry that backs up the visual reports. Again, you can hear the voices of sailors in the background, reading out contact motion analysis. The Pentagon has not attempted to suppress this footage, even though it was published illicitly and that it might give away classified information about the capabilities of the vessel. Corbell believes the DoD now wish to be at the forefront of this new policy of "UFO openness". Source: It is true that this avalanche of new information shows no sign of slowing down. If the UAPTF report turns out to be the tiniest bit disappointing, who will accept it?
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