Senate to Create UFO Task Force

LETA

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The world of Ufology is once again rocked by The Boys (and Girls) on the Hill. Senator Marco Rubio (R), head of the Senate's Committee on Intelligence, submitted a bill for the approval of intelligence-related activities of the United States Government for Fiscal Year 2021 that includes a request for a thorough report on the activities of UFOs (UAPs) that could be shared with the public, as well as a classified annex containing highly sensitive information for internal review only.

The bill also calls for the creation of a UAP Task Force exclusively dedicated to collect, centralize, and analyze all unidentified aerial phenomena data arriving from various federal law enforcement and defense branches of the Government. If passed, all agencies holding UFO-related data will have 180 days to submit a government-wide report about the phenomenon.

This change in U.S. policy regarding UFOs could signal a new era of openness and herald the arrival of the much-awaited full disclosure. Read the pertinent section of the bill below:

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Dundee

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Well for something that most folks wearing the big hats deny exist, they sure are paying a lot of attention to it all.
 

LETA

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The Bill was approved by the Senate. A detailed report on UFO activities to follow in 180 days. This is huge! Here's Sen. Rubio addressing the UAP issue:

 
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Dundee

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Wow, this is huge. I wonder if the men in powerful places will put a stop to anything being published.
I hope not. At least it is finally an admission that they don't know what these things are.
A baby step, but a very big one at least.
 
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Alien Origins

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This is public appeasement..Don't expect anything grand to come out of it...If anything is released it's going to be on a need to know basis....
 
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Dundee

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Seriously though, although it is not an admission there is ET's out there. Itis at least an acknowledgement that thereis stuff going on that they don't know the origins of. That's a step in itself, better than no comment.
 

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In an online conference with working members of the press, former AATIP director Luis Elizondo debriefed media outlets about the ongoing disclosure process taking place in Washington D.C. Elizondo expects a preliminary report about the nature of UFOs to be handed down to Congress no later than June, but also warns that a full comprehensive study may be delayed due to coordination issues between the various defense agencies involved.

During a brief visit to the nation's capital this past week, Elizondo liaised with members of the Biden administration and is happy to report that there is bipartisanship regarding the UFO enigma. Mystery Wire has the full online press conference on its website for all those interested in following the process that started last year. I highly recommend you watch all 3 parts available in the link below.