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Did the U.S. Government Just Confirm Aliens Are Real?

Did the U.S. Government Just Confirm Aliens Are Real?

A former intelligence officer has confirmed that the Pentagon has proof of extraterrestrial life.

Speaking to a House Oversight subcommittee today, retired Air Force intelligence officer, Maj. David Grusch, revealed the existence of a clandestine U.S. program dedicated to retrieving and reverse engineering unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Officially known as “unidentified aerial phenomena” (UAPs), these mysterious sightings have prompted growing concerns over national security, leading Congress to demand further investigation.

In his testimony, Grusch shared information on a long-standing effort by the U.S. government to study these unknown objects, and by extension, the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

The former intelligence officer claimed that he was asked to identify highly classified programs associated with the UAP task force’s mission in 2019, during his time at the National Reconnaissance Office. Despite his official duties, he said he was denied access to the multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program.

When questioned about extraterrestrial life, Grusch suggests that the U.S. government has likely been aware of “non-human biologics” activity since the 1930s.

It should be noted the Pentagon denies any cover-up related to extraterrestrial materials as well as the existence of such a program. Defense Department spokeswoman Sue Gough stated investigators have not discovered “any verifiable information to substantiate claims that any programs regarding the possession or reverse-engineering of extraterrestrial materials have existed in the past or exist currently.”

Grusch’s testimony has drawn bipartisan interest from lawmakers from both sides of the aisle seeking clarity on UAPs and the government’s UAP programs. Some legislators have criticized the Pentagon’s lack of transparency, calling for more details and the release of images for public viewing.

Despite the increased scrutiny, Pentagon officials assert that they have yet to encounter evidence suggesting that any observed objects are of alien origin. Nonetheless, any unauthorized presence in U.S. airspace is considered a threat to safety, further fueling the urgency to understand and investigate these phenomena.

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