UFO Whistleblower Claims Hidden Evidence of Non-Human Craft: Pentagon Takes Action

Pentagon is investigating after a defense intelligence whistleblower claims there is hidden evidence about non-human craft. The United States of America has focused on the issue of UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomena during a series of intriguing changes that have occurred over the past six years.

It all began in 2017 when the New York Times revealed that former senator Harry Reid had discreetly allocated $22 million in Defense funding to investigate unidentified foreign objects. Since then, many Navy pilots have told us about frequent UFO sightings, which has led the Pentagon to change its investigation process in order to take the issue more seriously.

Numerous of the things pilots saw were actually balloons, so far, these investigations have not produced any significant results.

But those who believe in the existence of extraterrestrial life have hope in a recent report by Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal, who were part of the team that broke the Times story in 2017.

The report, published on the science website The Debrief, reveals the account of a Defense Intelligence whistleblower who claims that the Intelligence Community is hiding classified evidence of “intact and partially intact craft of non-human origin.”

According to David Charles Grusch, a whistleblower, the Pentagon has retrieved fragments “of exotic origin (non-human intelligence, whether extraterrestrial or unknown origin)” based on analysis of vehicle morphologies, material science testing, the presence of unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures.

Grusch further asserts that the recovered items include both completely intact and partially intact vehicles.

He has a solid background, which distinguishes Grusch from earlier UFO scientists who have been denounced by skeptics. Grusch, a 36-year-old Afghan combat veteran, was a member of the Office of Naval Intelligence program known as the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, which is dedicated to investigating UFO sightings.

He has a solid background, which distinguishes Grusch from earlier UFO scientists who have been denounced by skeptics. Grusch, a 36-year-old Afghan combat veteran, was a member of the Office of Naval Intelligence program known as the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, which is dedicated to investigating UFO sightings.

Nell even supported one of Grusch’s claims in the complaint, saying that nations constantly compete to “identify [UFO] crashes/landings and retrieve the material for exploitation/reverse engineering.””

Nell defended, “His assertion concerning the existence of a terrestrial arms race occurring sub-rosa over the past eighty years focused on reverse engineering technologies of unknown origin is fundamentally correct.” given the inevitable truth that some of these unknown technologies come from non-human intelligence.Jonathan Grey, a fellow intelligence official who is investigating UFOs, shared these feelings, stating that “the non-human intelligence phenomenon is real” and that “we are not alone.”He stressed that while this is a global phenomenon, humanity still lacks a global solution.

The Debrief did not include an unidentified copy of Grusch’s complaint; it showed that the Intelligence Community deliberately kept evidence of extraterrestrial technology out of congressional scrutiny, preventing legitimate examination of the UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) Program. Grusch faced months of retaliation when he expressed his concerns about this.

The report does not disclose the specific details of the retaliation in order to protect the ongoing investigation. Nevertheless, an intelligence investigation has been initiated in response to the whistleblower complaint. The Pentagon confirmed the details in the report from April, but the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence declined to make a statement. Grusch, who resigned in April, expressed his expectation that his statements would result in a “ontological shock.””

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