One would think that the media would be all over a story of a Department of Defense insider saying that the U.S. government has recovered an extraterrestrial craft… a veritable alien UFO! But the media has pretty much ignored the whole story.

Recently an Air Force veteran and former member of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency came forward with the wild claim that we have a flying saucer… of some sort or another.

Per PJ Media:

The military intelligence website The Debrief published the story by several authors, including Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal — part of the team that broke the New York Times story in 2017 that exposed the efforts of former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to keep the government’s UFO investigations under the public’s radar. Reid had taken $22 million from the Pentagon budget and applied it to a secret UFO investigation office.

That office merged with the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAP) from 2019-2021, which was then formalized as the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) in 2022.

Of course, we have to be skeptical, no doubt. But the story is compelling, nonetheless.

David Charles Grusch, the whistleblower, claims in a complaint that the Pentagon, other nations, and defense contractors have recovered fragments “of exotic origin (non-human intelligence, whether extraterrestrial or unknown origin) based on the vehicle morphologies and material science testing and the possession of unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures.” Grusch goes on to state that the “material includes intact and partially intact vehicles.”

It’s impossible, of course, to know what to believe with all this.

But, speaking for myself, I have always wondered how our technology jumped so quickly.

We went from simple flying machines and most people living like it was still the 1800s to men on the moon, satellites, computers, and every modern convenience we now know, all in only 60 years. Humanity advanced slowly from antiquity to 1945, then suddenly leaped into high technology.

Could technical influences from aliens explain it?

Well, maybe.

But maybe we also just made the leap on our own?

Who knows?

But one thing is sure, we’ll never know if even the media refuses to look at the story.


Cross-posted with iPatriot