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Although UFO talk is winding down in media circles, things are steadily progressing in Washington to move the UAP issue to the forefront. On a recent interview, Luis Elizondo informed the community of a deliberate plan set in motion to curtail the flow of new information from coming out until the appropriate time. Akin to combat stress reaction, the disclosure group composed of Elizondo et al., are trying to prevent the UAP narrative from overwhelming the public at large by unintentionally flooding all mediums with UFO revelations to the point of fatigue. If slow and steady wins the race, the best strategy calls for a gradual and measured release of information over time in order to allow the public and the government to acclimate to the new reality.
Proof that the disclosure wheels are still in motion, came on the 1st of September, when the office of United States Congressman Ruben Gallego (D) released a public statement announcing an amendment to the National Defense Authorisation Act concerning unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). In the passed amendment, Representative Gallegos calls for the creation of a permanent US Department of Defense office exclusively dedicated to the investigation and evaluation of UFOs as potential threats to our nation. This new mandate will effectively replace the temporary Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) with a permanent UFO investigative body with more resources at its disposal.