UFO Buster Radio News – 403: Dobbs And Trump Talk UFOs, UFO Proof, and We Don’t Care About Alien Life
Trump and Fox’s Lou Dobbs discuss the nation’s UFO situation
Striking a very somber tone, Dobbs cut to a question about undocumented aliens from afar.
“Actually a lot of my friends are very concerned about what the federal government is doing when it comes to UFOs,” Dobbs said “So if I could just ask you are we going to commit, are you going to commit more resources to exploring UFOs and open the documents to the public.”
The president, a former Barack Obama birther theorist like Dobbs, indulged and flattered his host.
“Well I think probably in this country you are the UFO expert, so I’m going to be totally guided by the great Lou Dobbs and I will tell you that I will do whatever you ask me to do, including total transparency,” Trump said. “I got to tell you, there’s probably some pretty good transparency needed there, there’s no doubt about that.”
Lapping up the praise and laughing gleefully, Dobbs said “Well Mr. President, I couldn’t have asked for a better answer and I’ll be calling your office soon to get that underway.”
Dobbs then profusely thanked the president who complimented the fawning host for doing “a fantastic job.”
While Trump has expressed skepticism about the existence of UFOs, he isn’t above indulging conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh and Dobbs.
Last week, the president retweeted medical advice from Dr. Stella Immanuel, who advocates for hydroxychloroquine as a “cure” for COVID-19, claims demons have sex with people while they’re asleep and believes doctors are using DNA from space aliens to treat humans.
UFOs: Hoping for the Proof
Is it vindication at last? The New York Times has recently reported that a supposedly canceled Pentagon project to investigate strange aerial phenomena is still showing a pulse. The clandestine effort, originally known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, was said to have ended in 2012. But, apparently, it’s still doing its thing under the auspices of the Office of Naval Intelligence.
But hang on a minute. Before you order that on-line course in Klingonese, consider what might really be going on here. When the Times first reported on this subject in 2017, it was talking about some puzzling videos taken by Navy fighter pilots over the Pacific. They showed unidentified objects ahead of the jets, objects that seemed to maneuver in bizarre ways. So perhaps the controversial program is simply an additional effort to finally nail down what these objects are. After all, the military has always wanted to know about anything that can fly, and for obvious reasons.
That’s the most straightforward explanation for why the Navy has continued the Pentagon program. It’s also what they’ve said.
But isn’t it possible that what’s really going on here is not an investigation into unknown aircraft or drones, but a distraction to keep us from a more disturbing truth – that UFOs aren’t enemy flying machines, but alien flying machines? Maybe the government doesn’t want to admit this, because they figure we’d all go nuts.
Mind you, it’s hardly clear why extraterrestrials would travel themselves many trillions of miles through the dangerous voids of space simply to pirouette above our heads and occasionally play cat-and-mouse with the Navy. But – full disclosure – we really don’t know what the aliens find interesting to do. Maybe they have their reasons.
Humans have always been tempted to ascribe strange phenomena to the workings of superhuman beings, much as the Greeks argued that lightning bolts were javelin tosses by Zeus. But science demands that any hypothesis be supported by detailed, repeatable, and impartial observations. Those are lacking here.
The Office of Naval Intelligence will supposedly make regular reports on at least some of their findings. That sort of disclosure sounds as if it would be good news for those who, like Fox Mulder, “want to believe.” But in fact, it might actually work the other way. Disclosure could rob the believers of their best piece of evidence
Despite Pentagon’s admission, why on earth humans stopped talking about aliens and UFOs
Considering the vastness of the universe, it would be sheer foolishness to think humans are alone in the universe. Several space experts strongly believe that alien life at least, in its microbial form could be thriving somewhere in the universe. However, conspiracy theorists have a different story to tell. According to them, aliens have already visited the earth, and in order to substantiate their claims, they put forward the UFO events that happened in several parts of the globe.
Pentagon admitted the presence of UFOs
Even though many of the UFO events have turned out to be a hoax, a mysterious video released by To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2017 grabbed everyone’s eyeballs. In the video, a bizarre flying object can be seen flying across space in a sky-rocketing speed, defying all laws of modern physics. The video of this strange event was shot using infrared cameras equipped in US Navy jets that trailed the UFO, and now this bizarre flying object is known as tic-tac UFO.
Chad Underwood, the fighter pilot who captured one of the videos, assured that this flying object did not follow the laws of physics. David Fravor, his commanding officer at that time claimed to have witnessed another UFO that too defied the laws of physics.
For more than three years, several experts have analyzed the released videos, and they assured that the clip is not manipulated in any manner.
Amid speculations and rumors, Joseph Gradisher, the spokesman for the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare, in a statement given to the Black Vault revealed that the UFO clips released by To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences are authentic.
“After a thorough review, the department has determined that the authorized release of these unclassified videos does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems, and does not impinge on any subsequent investigations of military air space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena,” said Sue Gough, a Defense Department spokeswoman after releasing the video.
Call for Disclosure from Senators
A few days back, Senator Marco Rubio, who is also the chairman of the US intelligence committee had urged disclosure of classified UFO files maintained by the Pentagon. According to Rubio, the presence of these flying objects in the skies of the United States could emerge as a threat to the nation.
People least bothered about aliens and UFOs
However, amid all these debates surrounding UFOs that appeared in the skies of the United States, people seem less bothered about these events, and this distraction happened after the coronavirus outbreak.
As humanity is trying to contain the pandemic irrespective of caste, creed, geography, and other differences, they are least bothered about making the first contact with aliens, which could turn the course of planet earth.
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