Not Even Joe Rogan Can Make This UFO ‘Whistleblower’ Sound Convincing


Kay Smythe News and Commentary Writer
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UFO “whistleblower” David Grusch continued his so-called “disclosure” campaign, Tuesday, appearing on an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience.”

Former Air Force intelligence officer-turned-ufology’s new poster child for UFO disclosure, David Grusch, seemed to tell everyone what they wanted to hear during his latest interview with Joe Rogan. From the early days of UFO recovery, to calling out Congressmen, and making wild claims of “variety” of alien bodies, Grusch really did hit every talking point required by the UFO community.

But was any of it real? For my money, probably not. It’s not that I don’t trust Grusch. I don’t trust anyone or anything involved in the mainstream ufology world, because they’ve never actually done anything to back up a single one of their claims.

Here’s the pattern the UFO community use to keep people paying them to do work “revealing alien technology” that never sees the light of day: (1) find a poster child, an everyman with credentials who seems believable, to “reveal something shocking” about UFOs to the world; (2) get that guy to spout every single clause within UFO conspiracies, and add a few just for him; (3) get a few politicians and famouses to believe his testimony; and (4) send him on a world tour before retiring him for a younger, more appealing new poster child. (RELATED: Blink-182 Frontman Tom DeLonge Falls For UFO Propaganda In Horrific Pro-Censorship Statement)

A lot of men think power comes from their words. It doesn’t. Power comes from action. Where is any of the action from the leaders of ufology? Other than the acts of starting organizations and nonprofits to fund their alleged “research.” If you’ve donated to one of these organizations, tell me what you got in return for your cash, other than more questions and zero answers?

Until I see a freaking spaceship land next to the White House, I will continue believing all these UFO celebs are just one giant psyop to distract us from what’s really going on in the world.