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COVID Bill says intel agencies have 180 days to share what they know about UFOs.
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When President Donald Trump signed the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and government funding bill into law in December, so began the 180-day countdown for US intelligence agencies to tell Congress what they know about UFOs.

No, really.

The director of National Intelligence and the secretary of defense have a little less than six months now to provide the congressional intelligence and armed services committees with an unclassified report about "unidentified aerial phenomena."

It's a stipulation that was tucked into the "committee comment" section of the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, which was contained in the massive spending bill. That report must contain detailed analyses of UFO data and intelligence collected by the Office of Naval Intelligence, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force and the FBI, according to the Senate intelligence committee's directive. It should also describe in detail "an interagency process for ensuring timely data collection and centralized analysis of all unidentified aerial phenomena reporting for the Federal Government" and designate an official responsible for that process. Finally, the report should identify any potential national security threats posed by UFOs and assess whether any of the nation's adversaries could be behind such activity, the committee said.

The submitted report should be unclassified, the committee said, though it can contain a classified annex. A spokesperson for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence confirmed the news to the fact-checking website Snopes.

Congress has long been interested in UFOs

The Pentagon released three short videos in April of last year showing "unidentified aerial phenomena" -- clips that the US Navy had previously confirmed were real.

The videos, one from 2004 and the other two from 2015, show what appear to be unidentified flying objects rapidly moving while recorded by infrared cameras. Two of the videos contain service members reacting in awe at how quickly the objects are moving. One voice speculates that it could be a drone.

It's still unclear what the objects are, and there's no consensus on their origin. Some believe they may be drones potentially operated by earthly adversaries seeking to gather intelligence, rather than the extraterrestrials we normally equate with UFOs.
In August, the Pentagon announced that it was forming a task force to investigate.

Members of Congress and Pentagon officials have long been concerned about the appearance of the unidentified aircraft that have flown over US military bases. The Senate Intelligence Committee voted last June to have the Pentagon and intelligence community provide a public analysis of the encounters.

But it's not the first time the Pentagon has looked into aerial encounters with unknown objects. The Pentagon previously studied recordings of such incidents as part of a since-shuttered classified program launched at the behest of former Sen. Harry Reid.
That program was launched in 2007 and ended in 2012, according to the Pentagon, because they assessed that there were higher priorities that needed funding.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/10/us/ufo-re...index.html
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Yes, this should be interesting! I look forward to seeing what the intelligence/defense departments come up with. 180 days seems a fair amount of time for the professionals to sift through the paperwork and come up with a decent, unclassified report.

Of course, I'm hoping that they decide to release everything, but an unclassified report will do for now. Of course, FOIA requests will ensure that what is reported will be broadcast out in the open and spread far and wide.
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(01-11-2021, 06:43 PM)skitzo Wrote: When President Donald Trump signed the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and government funding bill into law in December, so began the 180-day countdown for US intelligence agencies to tell Congress what they know about UFOs.

No, really.

The director of National Intelligence and the secretary of defense have a little less than six months now to provide the congressional intelligence and armed services committees with an unclassified report about "unidentified aerial phenomena."

It's a stipulation that was tucked into the "committee comment" section of the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, which was contained in the massive spending bill. That report must contain detailed analyses of UFO data and intelligence collected by the Office of Naval Intelligence, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force and the FBI, according to the Senate intelligence committee's directive. It should also describe in detail "an interagency process for ensuring timely data collection and centralized analysis of all unidentified aerial phenomena reporting for the Federal Government" and designate an official responsible for that process. Finally, the report should identify any potential national security threats posed by UFOs and assess whether any of the nation's adversaries could be behind such activity, the committee said.

The submitted report should be unclassified, the committee said, though it can contain a classified annex. A spokesperson for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence confirmed the news to the fact-checking website Snopes.

Congress has long been interested in UFOs

The Pentagon released three short videos in April of last year showing "unidentified aerial phenomena" -- clips that the US Navy had previously confirmed were real.

The videos, one from 2004 and the other two from 2015, show what appear to be unidentified flying objects rapidly moving while recorded by infrared cameras. Two of the videos contain service members reacting in awe at how quickly the objects are moving. One voice speculates that it could be a drone.

It's still unclear what the objects are, and there's no consensus on their origin. Some believe they may be drones potentially operated by earthly adversaries seeking to gather intelligence, rather than the extraterrestrials we normally equate with UFOs.
In August, the Pentagon announced that it was forming a task force to investigate.

Members of Congress and Pentagon officials have long been concerned about the appearance of the unidentified aircraft that have flown over US military bases. The Senate Intelligence Committee voted last June to have the Pentagon and intelligence community provide a public analysis of the encounters.

But it's not the first time the Pentagon has looked into aerial encounters with unknown objects. The Pentagon previously studied recordings of such incidents as part of a since-shuttered classified program launched at the behest of former Sen. Harry Reid.
That program was launched in 2007 and ended in 2012, according to the Pentagon, because they assessed that there were higher priorities that needed funding.

https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/10/us/ufo-re...index.html

It's crystal clear to a monkey sitting in a tree what the objects are if you've been up close to one for any length of time. Are you just waiting for the government to admit what it's been hiding for the last 70+ years or is it that you just don't know yourself?
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I just saw this on Fox news ch on YT.
As Tucker Carlson was asking.... i think Nick Pope Why wait?
Why 180 days?

Does anyone else worry that this is going to end very, very badly?
Because if you think about it the things are flying over military spaces, zipping by their pilots, in and out of the waters.
This is a security issue, a safety issue.

And considering all these things: What exactly would the US do as a response?
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(04-18-2021, 07:23 PM)BlackSwan Wrote: I just saw this on Fox news ch on YT.
As Tucker Carlson was asking.... i think Nick Pope Why wait?
Why 180 days?

Does anyone else worry that this is going to end very, very badly?
Because if you think about it the things are flying over military spaces, zipping by their pilots, in and out of the waters.
This is a security issue, a safety issue. 

And considering all these things: What exactly would the US do as a response?

They have denied it for years and years....why would they do anything? Sick of the lies and thinking the people cannot handle it. Many that were in the Military have come out and told their stories and are so frustrated that they played it down. Other countries have special groups just for this and they do not deny it. I blame those in charge of the Military, CIA,FBI and special panels. Heck, some Presidents never got to know the truth. Have you heard this story about Pres. Eisenhower signing something with the Aliens? That they could come to this Country and observe and abduct people? His great great grand-daughter said it was so..I do not know? I believe there are more in the water then air. It is upsetting!
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