Congress Displeased with UFO Briefings

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The latest rounds of classified UFO briefings are taking place in Washington D.C. and lawmakers aren't amused. Yesterday, Bryan Bender of Politico wrote a critical piece outlining the outrage some senators have expressed at the lack of seriousness towards the subject the intelligence agencies are displaying. Earlier this year, the finalized version of the National Defense Authorization Act funded and directed the Pentagon to establish an office for the exclusive purpose of gathering, analyzing, and disseminating data about UFOs in the hopes of understanding the mysterious phenomenon ever present in our skies.

In response to the above-mentioned mandate, the Pentagon created the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group, or AOIMSG. The group, endowed with ample discretionary powers to collect sensor data from various branches of the armed forces, has allegedly squandered its privileged position doing less-than-stellar work on the UAP subject. Apparently, AOIMSG is barely trying to understand the nature and origin of UFOs and is instead providing anemic classified reports to members of the Senate Intelligence and Armed Services committee that have left some representatives livid at the lack of investigative excellence the taxpayers deserve.

Although not surprising, many former government insiders suspect this kind of behavior on the part of the AOIMSG is fostered in part by the same legacy group of Pentagon gatekeepers hellbent on keeping the UFO files under wraps and away from the public's and legislator's eyes. If that is the case, nothing but congressional hearings and a serious shakedown of the Department of Defense's leadership will prove effective against the cabal holding back what some consider to be "the greatest revelation since the origin of the universe."

 

LETA

4☆babbler
Staff

LETA

4☆babbler
Staff