New UFO report is a whitewash, & those in charge think we're too STUPID to learn alien truths, claims US congressman | The Sun

WE are still being kept in the dark on the truth of UFO visitors from other worlds, a US congressman has claimed.

A bombshell US defence-intelligence report on UFOs is set to be made available to the public in some form in the coming days.

But speaking to The Sun Online, a US congressman has warned the report will be a whitewash, and that those in charge still believe we're too "stupid" to handle the truth about alien visitors.

Rep. Tim Burchett, a Republican who represents Tennesee's 2nd congressional district, has dismissed this week's announcement that the report will be made public.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence dossier is the first annual report into UFOs, officially rebranded as Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAPs).

Its release follows the landmark Congressional hearing in Washington in May and last year’s Pentagon report into UAPs, which studied 144 reports of UAP encounters.


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The 22-page report analyses 366 cases but only about half of them could be explained, according to sources who have seen the report.

They include video shot by Reaper drones conducting surveillance in the Middle East that caught "orbs" flying around then "then "suddenly bolting off the screen".

This week's report is the first in a series of annual dossiers promised by the 2022 US Defense Bill through to 2026.

But the report makes it clear that the recent incidents under review are down to human actions, not those of extra-terrestrials.

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The sightings are put down to a mix of foreign surveillance such as drone flights and weather balloons.

Rep. Burchett told The Sun Online: "It's about power. Most people believe there's something else out there, they just don't believe the average person can handle it."

He pointed to the remarkable 150 UFO sightings marked as "unexplained" in the past year alone and added: "Our technology is more advanced, we can record things now. Any grandparent can pull their phone out and take a video of these phenomena."

Last week, US Defense Department spokeswoman Sue Gough admitted: "There is no single explanation that addresses the majority of UAP reports.

"We are collecting as much data as we can, following the data where it leads, and will share our findings whenever possible."

And she added that the US government has to be careful to avoid revealing "sensitive information" to potential foreign powers about what American intelligence knows, and how they obtain that information.

Until someone on the inside comes out with a tape or a photo or something concrete and puts it on the internet, we won't know the truth

But Rep. Burchett slammed the decision to redact much of the report as a cover-up.

"What are they afraid of?" he asked. "We still won't release the Kennedy files. No one is alive today who could have been involved in JFK's assassination, so who are we worried about embarrassing?

"The people in power are in denial."

Rep. Burchett added: "I would release every single last file."

He believes that, were the report to be fully released, "we might finally find out what really happened at Roswell, and discover evidence of crashed crafts".

In July 1947, an unknown object crashed in the desert near Roswell, New Mexico, sparking decades of intrigue.

Witnesses claimed to have picked up bizarre materials from the craft with hieroglyphic-type writings on them – while others insist they saw dead aliens among the wreckage.

The military issued a press release on July 8, 1947, stating they had recovered a "flying disc", however, officials later claimed the crash was a weather balloon flying a part of Project Mogul, a secret Cold War project.

This year, on the 75th anniversary of the mystery, a retired US Air Force captain claimed to have cracked the key to what happened, thanks to some crucial words in a memo.

Ufologists are also hoping the new report may shed some light on the so-called Tic Tac video, which showed an unidentifed object being pursued by fighter planes.

Another UFO reportedly "shut down 10 nuclear missiles" at a US base, while an expert claimed the global phenomena may have been triggered by the first atomic bomb tests in the 1940s.

But Rep. Burchett remains unconvinced that this coming report will contain any truly shocking revelations.

Instead, he says, we're likely to get a "rehash" of what we've seen before. "The cover-up will continue," he added.

"Until someone on the inside comes out with a tape or a photo or something concrete and puts it on the internet, we won't know the truth," he said.

Rep. Burchett, who was first elected in 2019, is used to having his views dismissed as conspiracy theories.

But he believes the tide is starting to turn in his favour.

"The only reason this is being discussed in Congress is that ordinary people are pushing them to do it."

And he has called on Americans to keep pressing for the full truth.

"Push your elected officials," he said. "Every congressman and woman is up for reelection this year.

"If they don't do what you say, then vote them out of office. That goes for every democracy."

But he warns that most politicians do not want the truth to come out about UFOs.

"Members of these committees come to me and say, 'We've got a lot more important things to do than discuss this,'" he said.

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"What's more important than something we do not control that flies in our own airspace?

"If this was from another country, it would be an act of war. But when it's something we don't understand, we cover it up."

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