UFO Sightings Declassified in Upcoming Pentagon Report
The truth is out there, and millions of Americans are looking for it. If you ask the average person around the world if they have ever seen a UFO, you might be surprised at the answer. My guess is that a lot of people have seen things they can't explain, and that makes them just a little...uneasy.
Well, an upcoming report that will be released this summer just might justify some of those sightings around the United States. The Pentagon and other government agencies are facing a deadline to release information that would declassify the sightings of UFO's. There, we said it. Unidentified Flying Objects. And one high-ranking government official is saying there might be information that can't easily be explained in those transcripts.
The former Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, spoke to Maria Bartiromo of FOX News about the upcoming disclosures from the Pentagon, and you can see his interview below in a tweet from Daniel Chaiten at the Washington Examiner. He said, via USA Today that "There are instances where we don’t have good explanations for some of the things that we’ve seen, and when that information becomes declassified, I’ll be able to talk a little bit more about that."
The report is set to be released on June 1, and Ratcliffe says that even though some information on UFO's has been divulged in the past, this official report will give more answers to the American people. I can't wait.
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