While the media continues to marvel over the fact that the U.S. government and military is actually spending time investigating UFOs, even if it’s just in the name of national security, two members of Congress are extremely disappointed in the recent hearing and the data presented by the Pentagon officials. Why? Because each believes UFOs are real and either have evidence to prove it or theories where they’re coming from or both. Can these two Congress members force the UAP Task Force to reveal what they know exists somewhere in their files?
"I've been told by multiple sources we have recovered something from these [crafts or objects]. All we do is cover up, let's just be transparent - what is wrong with telling the world and saying 'We’ve got this, we are going to share it and we can figure out what it is together'?,"
Rep. Tim Burchett of Tennessee told this to The U.S. Sun shortly before the hearing. He’s been saying things like this for some time but did not seem too confident that the Pentagon officials would end the “coverup” and provide full disclosure of the evidence he is confident exists because it was “bringing in the people who created the problem to fix the problem." After the hearing, he angrily admitted he was right.
“The UFO hearing this morning was a total joke. We should have heard from people who could talk about things they’d personally seen, but instead the witnesses were government officials with limited knowledge who couldn’t give real answers to serious questions.”
He was disappointed that no Navy pilots who encountered the Tic Tac UFOs were at the hearing to add details to the brief video shown. Burchett says Americans have been contacting him to push harder for full disclosure on UFOs, saying the public has more confidence in the existence of extraterrestrial UAPs than in the power of Congress. He couldn’t believe one of the Pentagon officials at the hearing had so little data, saying “Why can’t he press Google?”
“We’ve gotta go into this debate, not foreclosing anything just because we think it’s dumb to talk about aliens, and the Washington Post will call you a conspiracy theorist.”
Representative Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin is being hailed by many as a hero of the hearing because he asked specific questions about multiple incidents in the 1970s when UFOs were sighted over U.S. Air Force missile bases and minutes later the missile launch systems were mysteriously and, to this day, inexplicably shut down. Despite a press conference in Washington in October 2021 where four former officers detailed their eyewitness experiences during the incident and the subsequent coverups, one of the Pentagon officials at the hearing said he had not seen any official data on them. In an appearance on the Pat McAfee Show the day after the hearing, Gallagher gave his theory why these officials might be reluctant to discuss the UFOs they were tasked to investigate.
“We already, my understanding — and again, I’m not a technologist — there is technology, technically, that can do teleportation of something called neutrinos, and technology that proves subatomic particles can move faster than the speed of light. Einstein tells us that’s true.”
Well, he may not be a technologist, but Representative Gallagher proved in this interview and at the hearing he’s done his homework and knows the realm of possibilities that could explain the unbelievable physics-defying actions of the Tic Tac UFOs and others. There’s one he seems to favor more than any of the others.
“Theoretically, time travel is possible. So, that is the third hypothesis: People in the future, us, have figured out how to bend space and time, and it’s our technology coming back from the future.”
To paraphrase a famous Pogo cartoon, we have met the UFOs and they are us … from the future. While they may not actually contain future humans in the cockpit – or whatever that part of the craft will be called 200 years from now – Gallagher thinks the ships could have been sent back and we’re amazed by the technology … just like people 200 years ago would be amazed to see the cars, planes, the Internet and other modern technology we take for granted. If Einstein said its possible, that’s good enough for Gallagher. Sadly, the representative was disappointed in the hearing, and it doesn’t seem he’s confident we’ll ever find out the truth about UAPs … or even travel in time ourselves.
“So go from our point in history, forward 200 years, and whoever’s left, at that point, if we can avoid nuking ourselves, is gonna say, ‘Wait, you guys can’t bend space and time? We figured that out like 50, 100 years ago.”
“Whoever’s left, at that point, if we can avoid nuking ourselves.” While it’s great that Representatives Burchett and Gallagher are so committed to full disclosure on the government UFO data they know exists and sis being covered up for whatever reasons, it would be nice if they could channel some of their enthusiasm and authority into ensuring we avoid nuking ourselves.