Full Disclosure?

Or more steady drip, drip, drip?

Full Disclosure? Or more steady drip, drip, drip? - KGRA Digital Broadcasting

Covered by every news agency around the world, from the Wall Street Journal to Al Jazeera to Vanity Fair, and as we’ve all heard by now, last month, three former military officials told Congress that they believe the government knows much more about UFOs than it is telling the public. While this was definitely not news to those of us who have been looking into the mystery for decades, there was still something remarkable about that hearing.

First, the witnesses seemed, by all accounts, to be solid and credible. Second, they came forward with the blessing of the military, and third, the entire US Congress took them seriously with no dissenters. It just felt different than the lip service we’ve been dished up in the past.

Full Disclosure? Or more steady drip, drip, drip? - KGRA Digital Broadcasting

Ryan Graves, David Grusch, and David Fravor attend the House Oversight & Accountability Committee’s National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs Subcommittee’s hearing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena on July 26, 2023, in Washington. – Elizabeth Frantz/Reuters

But the most remarkable aspect of the hearing, in the opinion of this reporter, was the total bi-partisan agreement among the entire congress members present that it’s high time for more transparency regarding UFO/UAP events and interactions on our planet.

“The sheer number of reports, whistleblowers, and stories of unidentified anomalous phenomena should raise real questions and warrant investigation and oversight. And that’s why we are here today,” said Rep. Robert Garcia, the top Democrat on the subcommittee, as he seemed to speak for the entire committee.

It reminds me of something President Ronald Reagan said before the United Nations in 1987 as he spoke longingly, almost wistfully, for an alien invasion that he felt would unite us, earthlings.

“Perhaps we need some outside universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we faced an alien threat from outside this world.”

Here we are 36 years later, united (at least in Congress on that day), eagerly awaiting the evidence. By all indications, we are closer than we’ve ever been to disclosure, and it looks like President Reagan just might’ve been right—hopefully not the invasion part… just the uniting part.

Release the evidence!

–  Editor