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US Intelligence Official Says 'We Are Not Alone'

There's nothing like UFO talk to get people's eyes rolling, but it's becoming more and more common among policymakers and military officials to take talk of UFOs seriously, and that includes academics. Perhaps that's one of the reasons why a recent whistleblower's claims are achieving some traction.

A remarkable new study published in the journal Humanities and Social Science Communications surveyed 1,460 US academics and found that almost 20 percent of tenure-track faculty have personally observed or know someone who has observed a so-called unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), which is the official US government designation for a UFO. And, to add a little spice to the subject, the US has been urged to disclose evidence of UFOs after a whistleblower former intelligence official said the government has possession of “intact and partially intact” alien vehicles. Indeed, The House of Representatives plans to establish an oversight committee to investigate the whistleblower's claims.

Illustration of a space ship shooting towards the stars

Former intelligence official David Grusch, who led analysis of unexplained anomalous phenomena (UAP) within a US Department of Defense agency, has alleged that the US has craft of non-human origin.

Information on these vehicles is being illegally withheld from Congress, Grusch told The Debrief. Grusch said when he turned over classified information about the vehicles to Congress he suffered retaliation from government officials. He left the government in April after a 14-year career in US intelligence.

Jonathan Grey, a current US intelligence official at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, confirmed the existence of “exotic materials” to the Debrief, adding: “We are not alone.”

In an interview with the Debrief journalists Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal, who previously exposed the existence of a secret Pentagon program that investigated UFOs, Grusch said the US government and defense contractors had been recovering fragments of non-human craft, and in some cases entire craft, for decades. The plot thickens! The only problem is that Grusch has no evidence and is partially relying on the idea that absence of evidence is proof in itself.

So, we'll just have to wait until the House of Representatives investigates these claims properly.

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