Pentagon unveils new way to report UFO sightings
Coverage from News Nation on the new UFO reporting form on AAROs minimal effort website.
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— Mike Colangelo (@MikeColangelo) November 1, 2023
When you hear about UFOs, you need to understand: this is no different than hearing about “the next big pandemic.”
There are no aliens. That is retarded. Are you a child? Why would you believe in that? Do you just believe movies are real life?
Even if there was life on other planets (and there isn’t), they couldn’t travel at the speed of light, let alone faster, because that is physically impossible. So they couldn’t be here.
This is the setup for a hoax.
In the 1990s, I used to listen to Art Bell, a late night radio host who talked about weird shit, and people would call in every night and describe seeing UFOs or aliens. No one does that anymore, because everyone is carrying a camera in their pocket, and if you say “I saw a UFO and/or aliens,” people will reply “oh yeah? Lemme see the video on your phone.”
As I keep saying: the video that Tucker Carlson spams of these UFOs is all RECORDED BY THE PENTAGON. That is to say, the videos amount to the government saying “trust us, bro.”
So, they’re opening this hotline for people to send videos, then they will send themselves videos, and say “we collected these.”
They are still only receiving them from government employees.
The Pentagon on Tuesday launched a new portal where current and former service members, government employees and contractors can report UFO sightings.
The secure online form will help the Department of Defense’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office compile accounts of unidentified aerial phenomena sightings to include in its congressionally mandated Historical Record Report, which is due to Congress by June 2024.
“This phase of the secure reporting mechanism is for current or former US government employees, service members, or contractors with direct knowledge of alleged US government programs or activities related to UAP dating back to 1945 to contact AARO to voluntarily submit a report,” the Pentagon said in a statement.
The AARO website notes that the platform “is NOT intended for conveying potentially sensitive or classified information” and that active military personnel and contractors should report UAPs through the process established by their service branch or federal agency.
The website also encourages civilian pilots to report unidentified objects to air traffic control, which submits UAP-related sightings to the Federal Aviation Administration.
“In the future, reporting eligibility will be expanded to the general public and include reports of any event related to UAP,” the AARO website states.
AARO Director Sean Kirkpatrick on Tuesday strongly encouraged current and former government employees and contractors to use the new form to report UAP activity.
“We want to hear from you,” Kirkpatrick said, according to Politico.
Kirkpatrick, you race traitor.
This isn’t real and you know it, ya ponce.