As anticipation builds for the upcoming intelligence report on UFOs to be presented to Congress, the UFO community is buzzing with excitement. Some believe that this could be a turning point in how the public views UFOs, while others are skeptical about the motives behind the report. Whatever happens, it’s certain to create a lot of discussions. Here’s what we know so far.
On June 18th, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats will deliver a report to Congress on the findings of the intelligence community’s investigation into unidentified flying objects (UFOs). This report comes at the request of Senators Marco Rubio and Dianne Feinstein, who are both members of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The report is expected to contain detailed accounts of recent UFO sightings, along with an analysis of the potential implications for national security. Some are speculating that this could be a major turning point in how we view UFOs and extraterrestrial life, and it has sparked renewed interest in the field of ufology. Others remain skeptical, pointing out that previous reports on UFOs have not yielded any definitive proof of their existence.
Either way, the upcoming report is sure to create a lot of discussion about the possibility of life beyond our planet. And who knows?
Maybe this time we’ll finally get some answers.
2020, Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio
In 2020, Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio succeeded in including language in the Intelligence Authorization Act that required intelligence agencies to prepare a detailed unclassified report on UAPs–or Unusual Aerial Phenomena. The chair of this committee is responsible for deadlines and as such they have until June 29th 2021 deadline set by law when it goes into effect next year; so we can expect some information about these mysterious creatures soon enough!
Congressman Marino has asked for a full briefing on the topic of Unidentified Flying Object encounters.
He said that “men and women we have entrusted with defending our country” are reporting engagements against unfamiliar aircraft whose capabilities far exceed those of any conventional air force in operation today.” I am inclined to believe him, given his position as chairperson for House Committee On Science & Technology’s subcommittee tasked specifically with investigating ‘UFO’ sightings – one step isn’t going to suffice’, but it may just start us down an interesting path!
“I think we’re providing context and information that the public deserves,” said Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. “It’s important to remember this isn’t just a military exercise.”
Mattis went on with his comments by noting how he believes there needs to be no doubt about what type of message should go out when dealing with possible contacts from other species in our universe or elsewhere, but it is also coming down heavily against those who leak sensitive data without permission as well, which has caused many people within government agencies like intelligence ones have been suspended pending an investigation into their actions.
He was excited by this latest development in a long-standing debate. “If it goes further,” he said, referring to his belief that there is life on Mars and elsewhere throughout the universe but just not here yet because of our lackadaisical attitudes towards such matters as pollution or over usage of resources – something we can easily remedy if only put Sikorski’s conclusions from these findings into perspective.”
He continued: “But I think what we’ll end up with ultimately could be preliminary confirmation for Americans/ globally about UFO presence on Earth”, adding that the subject require more investigation