For years, rumors have leaked out of Washington about what the government has on “UFOs.” Many conspiracy theorists and everyday observers have been convinced that the federal government has been covering up knowledge of “extraterrestrials” visiting the planet.
Only recently, however, have a few congressional hearings shed light on the subject. Government officials have gone as far as to admit the military has data and footage of unidentifiable objects. That has led to rampant speculation and accusations by some in the public square. So now, the Pentagon is taking an unprecedented step to inform the country.
From Fox News:
The Pentagon on Thursday announced the launch of a new website with the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), which will provide the public with declassified information about UFOs, or what the government calls unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs).
Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder said at a press briefing that the new website will provide the public with information including videos and photos associated with resolved UAP cases as they are declassified and approved for public release.
The Pentagon will be launching a website with declassified information about “unidentified anomalous phenomena.” The site will provide videos and photos of unidentified objects. In addition to this, the website will contain reports, transcripts, and press releases.
All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office will be providing this information. However, it is unclear whether this website will satisfy the curiosity of “UFO watchers.” Fascination over alien lifeforms visiting the earth has captivated some people for decades.
Some are “true believers” who are convinced aliens have been visiting Earth for years. It is unlikely the Pentagon will provide irrefutable evidence of such encounters. The data provided on this website will most likely fuel more speculation than provide clean answers.
Other critics have pointed out the convenient timing of the government-backed UFO discussion. Hearings, and now this website, have come to light, as Biden struggles to build momentum going into an election year. Some have suggested this UFO news is a carefully crafted distraction from the Biden administration’s continuing problems.
Nevertheless, this website will surely become fodder for UFO fanatics.
- The Pentagon announced a new website that will contain data on UAPs.
- This news comes after congressional hearings on the topic.
- Some Americans believe the government knows about aliens but has covered it up.
Source: Fox News