U.S. intelligence agencies provided Congress with updates on their investigations of unidentified aerial phenomena and unidentified flying objects (UAP/UFOs) on Monday, and are planning to release the full report to the public later this week.
Monday was the last day for Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines to provide Congress with the updates from the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), according to NBC News. Previous reports have failed to deliver any meaningful data or information on UAP/UFO phenomena, despite a growing body of reports from military personnel, pilots and others who have observed objects performing feats that are impossible for any known technology that currently exists on Earth.
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The New York Times somehow got a copy of the report early (surprise, surprise) and argued that most of the military reports of UAPs/UFOs are “just foreign spying or airborne trash” or “weather balloons.” You know, like those weather balloons we all see on a regular basis that can move so damn fast and silently that they seem to push particles out of their way? Not. (RELATED: China Claims It Might Have Detected Signals From Aliens, Then Deletes The Report)
Reports from The Daily Mail, citing two sources, suggest that, according to the report, about half of the cases reviewed in the report could be explained. The full report is expected to be posted online later this week, NBC noted. The one with which us mere peasants will be provided has apparently had all of the classified information removed, because the government literally doesn’t want us to know anything that could make us think bigger and dream of a new world, ever.