By Tank Murdoch

(TNS) You may recall that several months ago reports surfaced detailing contacts a number of Navy pilots had about a decade ago with what are commonly known as “UFOs” — unidentified flying objects.

Solid proof that we’re not alone in the universe emerged in the form of a leaked secret Pentagon report providing details of a U.S. Navy encounter with a UFO in 2004.

The report didn’t bear the name of any particular agency logo or date. However, four officials confirmed that it was produced in 2009 as part of a Defense Department program with many agencies contributing to it.

Exclusively reported by Las Vegas-based KLAS, the station’s investigative news team obtained the report during a visit to Washington, D.C., for a briefing arranged by former Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev.

The report contains stunning first-hand accounts of contacts between U.S. Navy F/A-18 pilots flying from the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier over a two-week period of time in November 2004.

As we reported in March 2018, video of one encounter surfaced earlier this year, with pilots expressing obvious amazement at a “tic-tac” shaped object that could travel at “ballistic missile” speeds and then stop to hover.

Fast-forward to May 2019. Fox News host Tucker Carlson interviewed former military intelligence official Luis Elizondo, who, for years, worked for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence heading up the since-defunded Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.

The program, in a nutshell, examined evidence involving UFOs — evidence that includes visual sightings like the ones encountered by U.S. Navy pilots.

In his interview with Carlson, Elizondo told Tucker that the question is no longer whether or not UFOs exist. He cited as one example a UFO encounter Navy pilot Chad Underwood, who had remained largely quiet about his own November 2004 UFO encounter until last year, “mainly because he wanted to dodge being ‘attached to the ‘little green men’ crazies that are out there,'” according to Townhall’s Scott Morefield.

“At no point did I want to speculate as to what I thought this thing was — or be associated with, you know, ‘alien beings’ and ‘alien aircraft’ and all that stuff,” Underwood told New York Magazine, explaining why it took him so long to speak out. “It is just what we call a UFO. I couldn’t identify it. It was flying. And it was an object. It’s as simple as that.”

That encounter involving Underwood and his commander at the time, David Fravor, “represents one of three known instances in which Navy pilots caught an unknown aerial object (the Navy prefers that term over UFO) on camera,” Business Insider reported, the other two being in 2015.

“The thing that stood out to me the most was how erratic it was behaving,” he said, describing the “Tic-Tac”-like object they encountered while flying the Navy’s Super Hornet fighters on combat exercises (see the photo above). “Its changes in altitude, airspeed, and aspect were just unlike things that I’ve ever encountered before flying against other air targets.”

Morefield added:

The unclassified DOD report surrounding the event stated that the object seemed to go from 60,000 feet to 50 feet over the water “within seconds,” had no heat or wings, and “possibly demonstrated the ability to ‘cloak’ or become invisible to the human eye” and could even have the capability to “operate undersea completely undetectable by our most advanced sensors.”

“Is it possible these things are a foreign adversarial technology that somehow was developed in secret and we are just now trying to figure these things out?” Elizondo told Carlson. “It’s possible. But, there are also other possibilities as well, of what these things could be.”

Carlson pressed Elizondo on the “adversarial” aspect of the technology, to which the show guest explained:

Look, we have the most sophisticated weapon systems right now on the face of the planet, and we can identify not only a 737 or a MIG 25 or F-22, we can tell you even what airline it is and the difference between the models of aircraft within that type of aircraft. So, I think it’s highly unlikely that a foreign adversary was successful in developing something like this.

“Highly unlikely.”

It’s also worth noting that the Navy recently admitted it has top-secret information about UFOs that, if released to the public, could cause “exceptionally grave damage to the National Security of the United States.” And if that doesn’t raise enough eyebrows, this reportedly includes at least one unreleased video that has been classified as “SECRET,” Morefield wrote.

Finally, at the end of the interview, Carlson asked Elizondo, “U.S. government has in its possession any material from one of these aircraft?”

His response: “I do. Yes. Unfortunately, I really have to be careful of my NDA. I really can’t go into a lot more detail than that … But simply put, yes.”

As Morefield concludes:

Elizondo’s “five observables” that differentiate UFO technology from known technology – instantaneous acceleration, hypersonic velocities, low observability, trans medium travel, and positive lift or anti-gravity – mean that, alien or not, we’re dealing with something that, if discovered, could potentially alter life as we know it in ways none of us can possibly imagine. 

This isn’t impeachment news and it has nothing to do with the Leftist insanity the 2020 Democratic presidential contenders are pushing, but it certainly seems much more important to the future of our country — and humanity in general.

CNN actually did a pretty good story on this phenomenon.


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