And the story just keeps getting bigger. President Trump said that he has been briefed about the Navy UFO sightings. Interviewed by George Stephanopoulos, and asked about it, the President said, “I want them to think whatever they think,” meaning the Navy fighter pilots.
The President added, “I did have one very brief meeting on it. But people are saying they’re seeing UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly.”
All this comes on top of the announcement by the Navy that their protocols on reporting UFO sightings had been updated. According to the New York Times, and to History’s Unidentified, the pilots, including retired Commander Fravor, these craft were flying at hypersonic speeds at about 30,000 feet with no sign of engine or exhaust fumes.
Fox News and the New York Times have both reported on other sightings. Lt. Ryan Graves, a Super Hornet fighter pilot, said that he had reported sightings to both the Pentagon and Congress.
Another F/A-18 Hornet pilot, said that he had almost hit one of these objects. An official mishap report was filed. This incident seemed to spark a change in Navy policy and resulted in new guidelines being issued.
As I have said, this is somewhat different from the way things have been in the past. We have been talking about Disclosure here in the last few weeks and now it seems to be getting closer. In years past, we have been treated to a program of deception, in which various government officials have ridiculed the idea of alien visitation. The University of Colorado studied the subject for 18 months, concluding that nothing of a scientific value could be learned by further investigation and suggesting that those seeing UFOs might not be the swiftest of individuals.
But we have learned that 22 million dollars were recently spent to study the subject and although the project has been ended, some of the results have only just been released into the public arena. These include the statements by the Navy fighter pilots and video from the Heads Up Display. Since this has been released through the Pentagon and the AATIP project, it seems that the Navy and the military might becoming a little more candid on the subject.
Giving us a little more evidence that Disclosure might be around the corner, the President, when asked if there was evidence of extraterrestrial visitation, said, “I think our great pilots would know. And some of them see things a little bit different from the past. We’re watching, and you’ll be the first to know.”
Coming up on Wednesday, June 19, I’ll be chatting with Steve Bassett, one of those behind the Disclosure movement, about his thoughts on these developments. If you have questions for him, put them in the comments section and I’ll try to get them answered.