Senator Says UFO Whistleblower Claims Are ‘Pretty Close’ To Official Briefing

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Earlier this month, David Grusch, a former official with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), made stunning claims that the United States has retrieved and studied UFOs of non-human origin and recovered alien bodies.

Among his claims were that he had given Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General extensive classified information about deeply covert programs related to UFOs and aliens.

However, he also said, “There is a sophisticated disinformation campaign targeting the U.S. populace which is extremely unethical and immoral.”

That disinformation campaign, according to Grusch, also involves the infamous 1947 Roswell incident.

“That analysis they did was a total hack job,” he said. “I mean, even anybody with analytical skills … if you read it, you can deduce that they’re completing multiple situations crash test dummies and movable dunes. They (the Air Force) is just saying that the townsfolk who personally witnessed it were totally imagining things. They concocted that whole report just to disinform.”

Grusch also claimed that the “Vatican was involved” in the first-ever mission of the United States’ alleged secret UFO retrieval program.

Multiple high-ranking sources close to the situation have since come forward to say Grusch’s core claims are accurate.

Included in that group now is Missouri Senator Josh Hawley.

“[The Biden administration was] talking about the balloons, and then several senators pointed out, ‘Now hold on: We’ve had a lot of unidentified anomalous phenomenon for years now,’ and that’s when the military briefer was like, ‘True. True,’” Senator Josh Hawleytold Wired. “The takeaway from that is, they had thousands of sightings of these things over the years, which was news to me. So I’m not surprised, necessarily, by these latest allegations, because it sounds pretty close to what they kind of grudgingly admitted to us in the briefing.”

Hawley continued, “It’s not good. None of it’s good. I think we want to get to the bottom of this. I think it’s disturbing.”

Representative Pete Aguilar, echoed Hawley’s sentiments, saying, “Obviously, we’re concerned about Congress being kept in the dark from a lot of these agencies.”

Representatives Tim Burchett, Matt Gaetz, Anna Paulina Luna, Mike McCaul, and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand are also looking for answers.

Perhaps some of those answers will come if and when the House of Representatives holds its hearing on whistleblower David Grusch’s shocking UFO and alien claims.

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