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US Military Has Recovered Non-Human Biological Beings (Aliens) From Crashed UFO's, Witness Tells Congress

On Twitter, Mostly People Called the Testimony a Distraction From Biden, Economy, Scandals. If True, It's the Biggest News Story in Human History

The US recovered non-human biological pilots from crashed alien aircraft, said a UFO whistleblower Wednesday. If true, it is the biggest news story since the birth of Christ.

The revelation came in an exchange between David Grusch, and Rep. Nancy Mace. Grusch led analysis of unexplained anomalous phenomena (UAP) within a US Department of Defense agency until 2023. He made his claims in front of a House oversight committee in Washington, as the issue of alien life received its highest profile hearing ever.

The hearing was prompted by claims from Grusch in June that the government was harboring alien space craft. On Wednesday, Grusch repeated some of those claims under oath.

When questioned by Congresswomen @RepNancyMace if we "have the bodies of the pilots who piloted this craft", UFO Whistleblower David Grusch responds "non-human biologics came with some of these recoveries, yep."

“I was informed, in the course of my official duties, of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program, to which I was denied access,” Grusch told the committee. He added that the US Military had back-engineered alien technology from crashed UFO's.

Grusch, who filed a whistleblower complaint in 2022, claiming he had been denied access to secret government UFO programs, said he has faced “very brutal” retaliation as a result of his allegations.

The biggest news story in 2000 years is being met with no little skepticism on social media; from the same people who normally embrace UFO stories. The timing seemed too convenient.

"And the aliens are demanding "common sense" gun control and full adoption of EVs by 2035." tweeted Pogue and Moan.

"Anything to keep the attention off the Biden crime family and Obamas chef dying," tweeted Wealth Turtle.

"Everything UFO related is only heard in the US, everything in the US is make believe and nobody believes it anymore" tweeted Hot Dog.

Joshua Semeter of NASA's UAP independent study team and professor of electrical and computer engineering with Boston University's College of Engineering concludes that "without data or material evidence, we are at an impasse on evaluating these claims" and that, "in the long history of claims of extraterrestrial visitors, it is this level of specificity that always seems to be missing".

Adam Frank, a professor of astrophysics at the University of Rochester, published a critique of the Grusch claims on June 22 with Big Think. Frank writes that he does "not find these claims exciting at all" because they are all "just hearsay" where "a guy says he knows a guy who knows another guy who heard from a guy that the government has alien spaceships".

The Guardian printed an opinion piece by Stuart Clark about Grusch's claims which included questions from three scientists. Harvard University astronomer Avi Loeb, who co-founded the UFO-investigating Galileo Project, noted that nothing extraterrestrial has been observed.

Radio astronomer Michael Garrett noted that crashed landings of alien craft "would imply that there must be hundreds of them coming every day, and astronomers simply don't see them". Sara Russell, a planetary scientist from the Natural History Museum in London, said that, "if you give me an alloy, it would take me less than half an hour to tell you what elements are in it", and that "it should be easy to understand whether something falling to Earth is man-made or extraterrestrial, and if it is the latter, whether it is naturally occurring or not".

Greg Eghigian, a history professor at Pennsylvania State University and expert in the history of UFOs as it occurs in the context of public fascination, notes that there have been many instances over recent decades in the U.S. of people "who previously worked in some kind of federal department" coming forward to make "bombshell allegations" about the truth regarding UFOs with the whistleblower claims by Grusch fitting this pattern.

Eghigian writes that three 1950s-era published authors "provided the model for a new kind of public figure: the crusading whistleblower dedicated to breaking the silence over the alien origins of unidentified flying objects." Since then all these similarly credentialed claimants have been unable to provide any further corroboration. Eghigian noted the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office denied all of the claims made by Grusch and he questioned the veracity of Grusch's claims. According to The Guardian:

Eghigian is also skeptical about the veracity of these claims because it looks like Grusch followed Pentagon protocol in publishing this information, meaning that the Department of Defense approved the information he would pass on to the press, which is something the department only does if the information is not classified. If Grusch is telling the truth, surely this information would be classified, Eghigian says, and the department would not have allowed him to go on the record


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