Whenever the US Government releases UFO related files, I’m immediately suspicious. When it’s gift-wrapped in a COVID bill, the alarms are ringing.
Opinion by Martin Harris
This information has been floating around the net for a few days now. To summarize:
Though you may not have seen it mentioned too many times in this week’s headlines centered on COVID-19 relief, the increasingly mainstream UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) research community has reason to be cautiously excited about the implementation of a tucked-away element of the recently signed $2.3 trillion spending bill.
As Christopher K. Mellon—ex-Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in both the Clinton and W. Bush eras—explained on Tuesday, the freshly enacted Intelligence Authorization Act brings in the Senate Intelligence Committee’s “report language” calling for an unclassified and all-sources report on the UAP (more commonly known as UFO) issue. According to Mellon, “it’s now fair to say” this request has bipartisan support.Classified UFO Documents Could Be Released Within 180 Days Thanks to COVID-19 Relief Bill (yahoo.com)
Well, so far I’ve been underwhelmed by the so-called “bombshell” releases over the past year, consisting of gun-camera footage we’ve seen before (previously promoted by Tom Delonge of TTS). For whatever reason, both the MSM and the UFO community, with a few exceptions, have gone ga-ga over this footage ever since it obtained the golden glow of “official government release”.
All this author sees is a typical disinformation op. A diversion.
Take time to read the Yahoo News report quoted above. Once again, Tom Delonge is prominently mentioned as instrumental in this latest UFO/UAP development. If this was anything as earth-shaking as a full disclosure on the nature of UFOs and classified government knowledge thereof , it would be coming via a national address from the Oval Office, not from a rock-star turned UFO investigator and the former (ie not current) assistant secretary of defense Chris Mellon.
As The Debrief makes clear:
With the recent passing of the Omnibus, seemingly the clock is ticking and The Pentagon’s UAP Task Force now has 180 days to provide the Senate Intelligence Committee with their unclassified report detailing The Pentagon’s current investigations into UFOs. However, easily overlooked, the provision is not law and there is still no guarantee that a comprehensive, “all-source” UAP report will end up seeing the light of day…While this news may be exciting for many UFO/UAP enthusiasts, the UAP report provision is not binding law, so there is no guarantee the public will be provided any comprehensive information on UAP. Additionally, if the UAP Task Force deems certain information classified, the legislative branch does not have the authority to declassify that information in order to make it publicly available.UAP Task Force to Provide Report to Senate Intelligence Committee (thedebrief.org)
Note how both the above quoted articles, along with many others, recycle the same old, endlessly regurgitated gun-camera footage.
To sum up: There is probably nothing here to get too excited about. There is a caveat though. I will be watching closely for any hint that a “Blue Beam” style scenario is being prepped on the back of this much-ado-about-nothing bit of hype.
Bear in mind also that the Bill, signed by Trump on December 28, is an Omnibus Bill covering all manner of issues from COVID relief spending to military spending. The initially intriguing combination of COVID and UAPs appears somewhat diminished in this context.
Meanwhile, here’s some REAL revelatory documentation for the DTIC military document archives to ponder!
That was 2004. Have we progressed on any of this I wonder, and is Tom Delonge the unwitting diversionary conduit ?