WHAT the United States government actually knows about UFO and extraterrestrial activity could be revealed before Christmas in a series of potential congressional hearings, according to a new report.
Last week, the Liberation Times reported that public hearings in Congress on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (UAP) are expected once the National Defense Authorization Act goes into effect.
According to the report, the NDAA — which generally provides guidance and funding for national defense agencies — now includes Intelligence Authorization Act language that provides certain whistleblower protections.
If that language is retained and the NDAA is signed into law, outlet sources have allegedly told whistleblowers linked to information about UFO activity have been contacted to speak before Congress.
According to the report, some of these sources have a “significant amount of information” about classified UAP retrieval and back-engineering programs that has also been “verified by Congress.”
While action dates are in flux due to the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine and a potentially frantic aftermath of the midterm elections, Liberation Times claimed the best scenario is the congressional hearings before Christmas.
The US Senate Intelligence Committee did not immediately respond to The Sun’s request for comment on the matter.
“Coming to the mystery of UFOs comes the silver bullet,” journalist Jeremy Corbell told the outlet.
“The moment the public understands that not only have we obtained spacecraft — manufactured by a non-human intelligence — but that we’ve also been trying to reverse engineer this technology for decades… Pandora’s box is finally open,” he added .
Corbell claimed the NDAA will offer “amnesty and immunity” to those who wish to come forward.
“I have personally spoken to numerous people involved in these ancient UFO exploitation programs,” he claimed.
Corbell noted that there was always a fear of “retaliation” for speaking out because there had been a backlash within the Department of Defense “as recently as this year.”
“And as has been predicted – the closer the public gets to the good stuff – the more opposition has grown. make no mistake… the world is creaking under the stress and weight of UFO reality,” he said.
“And now we have an opportunity to bring that truth to light, and it will forever change our society.”
The Senate is expected to vote on the NDAA in the coming weeks following the Nov. 8 midterm election.
On October 11, the upper chamber met again – albeit sparsely – to begin debating the bill.
The NDAA faces an uphill battle to get through the 50-50 Senate with ease as the House Freedom Caucus has actively asked Republicans to vote against legislation on climate regulations and a vaccination mandate for military personnel, according to Politico.
So far, the bill has attracted more than 900 amendments per appeal.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6465312/ufo-cover-ups-end-by-christmas-report/ The “UFO cover-ups” could end by Christmas if the US government “blows up extraterrestrial activities,” the report claims