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UFOs are real, feds’ cover-up fueled
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Posted By: Judy W., 5/1/2021 8:37:24 AM

UFOs exist — but the government doesn’t want you to know it, according to the ex-Pentagon official who says he ran the program investigating “unidentified aerial phenomena” or UAP. Recalling the revelatory instant when he recognized that UFOs were bona fide, controversial whistleblower Luis “Lue” Elizondo exclusively told The Post, “It was a holy-s–t moment: ‘Oh, my gosh, it’s real. Well, crap, now we have to do something about it.’ ” However, Elizondo has not been able to get the feds to act on what he describes as a serious national security risk due to a litany of roadblocks — including a cover-up of the existence of UFOs

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Reply 1 - Posted by: harleynyc 5/1/2021 8:50:44 AM (No. 772281)
Beam me up, Scotty.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: red1066 5/1/2021 8:53:46 AM (No. 772289)
You mean Bubba wasn't lying when he was coon huntin?
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Reply 3 - Posted by: HotRod 5/1/2021 8:54:31 AM (No. 772290)
When you see something in the sky, but don't know what it is, it's a UFO. Maybe an airplane, weather balloon, drone, kite, whatever. It doesn't automatically mean an alien from outer space. There have been UFO reports for decades. If they were aliens from outer space, they have had plenty of time to spy on us and make a decision: Eat us, or greet us! Otherwise, why hang around? To watch old I Love Lucy reruns?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: bpl40 5/1/2021 9:11:20 AM (No. 772309)
Any object travelling at over 43,000 mph is going to generate such hideous amount of thermal energy that it will set the sky on fire like a large meteor. This doesn't pass the smell test.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: snakeoil 5/1/2021 9:17:08 AM (No. 772327)
I won't believe in aliens (whoops, undocumented extraterrestrials) until one is interviewed by Oprah and lands a job as a commentator for CNN.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: spacer 5/1/2021 9:29:29 AM (No. 772346)
Too many pilots, military and commercial, have documented sightings. With the photo and digital tracking of the new evidence proving speeds and maneuvers we are not capable of replicating, I side with Gort.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: stablemoney 5/1/2021 9:30:14 AM (No. 772349)
I don't think the testimony loaded with such vulgarity is worth anything. That does not convey intelligence. I am not much interested in the opinion of this person.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: joew9 5/1/2021 9:33:09 AM (No. 772353)
I worked at a military air base for more than a decade. Lot's of aircraft flying around at low altitudes. Sometimes the geometry of their flight path makes it look like they weren't moving and then suddenly dart to the left with an acceleration that is not believed possible in human perception. Many people see things like that and don't understand their brain is playing a trick. People that have worked on a military air base have seen those flight paths many times. When the same planes are away from the military base and close to an unexperienced observer they can get quite confused. The F117 stealth fighter is very easy to misinterpret what direction it is pointing. My most fun memory was when an A10 Warthog was doing low altitude practice runs around our facility for a week. The local terrane has many hills. During that week, after a long day of work, when I got to the parking lot I would just stand there among a crowd of fellow employees and watch for an hour. It was mesmerizing. BTW, remember they said flexible metal was at the Roswell site. Today metalized Mylar film is used to make balloons for children's birthdays.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Blue-Z-Anna 5/1/2021 9:34:31 AM (No. 772354)
I am Groot !!! Ya, ya....whatever.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Italiano 5/1/2021 9:36:22 AM (No. 772357)
I never believed in space aliens until Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared on the scene. That thing ain't human.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: WV.Hillbilly 5/1/2021 9:43:11 AM (No. 772361)
Just because they're unidentified doesn't mean they're from outer space. When you hear hoofbeats, expect horses, not zebras.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: dst4life 5/1/2021 10:00:40 AM (No. 772374)
I really wish there were alien beings visiting us. The Deep State would wonder whose side they were on and would be paranoid.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: SweetPea3 5/1/2021 10:14:06 AM (No. 772380)
Yet another trial balloon to divert the sheeple's attention away from PeePads and his EO destruction of the United States. Oh look! A squirrel!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Kate318 5/1/2021 10:22:18 AM (No. 772389)
Something’s up. Lots of articles lately about government acknowledgement of UFOs. Preparing us for some kind of disclosure would be my guess.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: bighambone 5/1/2021 10:29:19 AM (No. 772395)
Well, whatever they turn out to be, in the DC political world of today with Biden supposedly in charge, if the UFOs speak Chinese, with Biden and the leftist political establishment that would be “A” OK, but if the UFOs turn out to speak Russian there will be a massive run for more “sanctions” and a lot more defense spending.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 5/1/2021 10:31:23 AM (No. 772397)
Yes... We know. They are Unidentified. They are flying. They are objects. BUT are they from distant galaxies... Of course they are NOT.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 5/1/2021 10:35:41 AM (No. 772403)
Who knows. Maybe Earth is about to be on the receiving end of some kind of global 'first contact' scenario. Nothing would be the same afterwards. Most likely its a distraction so people don't pay attention to the actions of our government though.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: DVC 5/1/2021 10:52:20 AM (No. 772416)
So many "odd things". How many of the 'radar targets' are anomalies generated in the antenna system, guide tube, data processing or display units? Possibly some new aircraft that are classified. The first stealth aircraft prototypes flew for years before being acknowledged by the military. Same for the SR-71 and A-11 predecessor, flew at "impossible speeds and altitudes" for years before the info was released. We have admitted to flying SCRAMjet powered drones over the Pacific at speeds up to Mach 5. What are we not admitting to? Not from outer space.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Catfur27 5/1/2021 10:59:47 AM (No. 772426)
...for about the first 6 years of its programming, Ancient Aliens was the most thought-provoking show on TV... the loads of evidence they've provided is very convincing that we are not alone in the universe...unfortunately, after many great shows, in recent years they have apparently run out of new stuff and they are basically just repeating themselves ...and sometimes "stretching" things a bit ... I always thought that the conventional explanation that the "Govt is hiding the truth because people would hysterically panic " was bogus......until.... I saw what can happen when the Govt scares people into believeing " There is KIller Virus that will destroy civilization ( giving you a cold !!) ...unless we change the way we live!!!! " ...even though it has a recovery rate of about 99% ....and seriously impacts only about 1% of otherwise heathly people.....LOOK what has happened??? ...
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Rumblehog 5/1/2021 11:01:47 AM (No. 772430)
Why is it that no one ever sees "UFOs" from satellites, or high altitude research aircraft, like U-2's? And why don't we see these UFOs on the ground anywhere? Anyone ever see one land and take off? Why are they only flying around near people with cameras and no one ever fires a weapon at them?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Rama41 5/1/2021 11:02:29 AM (No. 772432)
If UFOs were real, Democrats would already have their crews registered to vote.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: voxpopuli 5/1/2021 11:10:54 AM (No. 772441)
re #6.. this is a common argument.. there may be hundreds of unexplained incidents over the last 70 years.. by very good pilots.. but there have been hundreds of MILLIONS of hours flown by equally good pilots AND passengers where nothing has been noticed.. Eloizondo and the Agency.. "headed it from 2010 until 2017" obama, anyone? and throwing it out NOW?! biden, anyone?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: GO3 5/1/2021 11:17:24 AM (No. 772449)
Distraction pure and simple. The Pentagon used it for the development of the A-12 Oxcart at Area 51 for many years. The other distraction trotted out by presidents is the "we're going to Mars" crap. Bush did it, and unfortunately, so did Trump. Who is the WH science advisor these days? Dr. Okun?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Ketchuplover 5/1/2021 11:34:06 AM (No. 772460)
Another opportunity to mock Christian beliefs. I don't claim to understand UFOs. It's possible that they are sent to deceive us, like the paranormal experiences people claim to have. I don't know the source - but what I do know is that the Bible says in the End Times there will be signs in the sun, moon, and stars. These could well be such signs. Instead of "squirreling" off in distractions, it's time for each of us to focus - not on space-ships - but on our relation-ship with God. He knows what's going on. He's in control. And He's preparing a glorious place for those who love Him through His Son Jesus Christ.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: dst4life 5/1/2021 11:36:28 AM (No. 772464)
#24, Amen, and Amen!!!
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Bur Oak 5/1/2021 11:42:18 AM (No. 772473)
Decades ago I was flying over a city at night. All of a sudden there were circular white objects circling in front of me. After watching a minute or two I figured out they were search lights reflecting off a cloud layer.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 5/1/2021 11:44:50 AM (No. 772476)
Only an utter boob would believe that any UFO could come from outside our solar system. Why would an extremely advanced society in another solar system - - expend a huge fortune in resources - - and an enormous amount of time - - to send an interstellar vehicle to a vastly distant planet - - occupied by equally sentient creatures - - us - - only to hover that interstellar vehicle over a swamp - - and then shoot away? Wouldn't they be thrilled to find another sentient species? Wouldn't they be eager to make contact? Wouldn't they want to get some sort of return on their enormous investment? Steer clear of believers in alien UFOs - - they're NUTS!
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Reply 28 - Posted by: chumley 5/1/2021 12:13:49 PM (No. 772509)
Too many "UFOs are real" stories lately. They are getting us ready for the big announcement. I saw something myself once in 93 on an Air Force base that has a history of attracting UFOs. I asked about it at Base Ops about a week later and they denied knowledge of anything, but did say the two F-16's on full afterburner that chased the thing (unsuccessfully) never left the ground that day. Riiight. Something is up.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Venturer 5/1/2021 12:16:03 PM (No. 772513)
Where is the security risk. According to some there have been aliens visiting us for a thousand years, and they have never bothered us , so why be afraid they would bother us now.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: FL_Absentee_Voter 5/1/2021 1:06:43 PM (No. 772551)
This argument was settled back around 1970. Swamp gas. I had to mute Tucker again last night when he went off on the UFO tangent including an interview with another believer. (Of course, I was initially skeptical of his big-tech pursuit, also.)
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Reply 31 - Posted by: chance_232 5/1/2021 1:44:35 PM (No. 772576)
Why would a sentient race spend the resources to travel to earth? Why would Humanity spend the resources to travel across oceans and risk falling off of the edge? Why would we send men to the moon and probes to every planet. Any advanced civilization explores for knowledge, discoveries and resources. Any advanced species has probably sent out thousands or millions of probes throughout the galaxy, if they exist. G-d and the angels are by definition, aliens. Do they float thru space flapping wings in vacuum? Or are they an advanced race traveling in space craft? We "dont" know what,s beyond our solar system. We barely know what's in our own oceans.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 5/1/2021 2:25:43 PM (No. 772596)
UFOs or the UAP, unidentified aerial phenomena, should be taken seriously. What should not be taken seriously are the words and pronouncements of Luis Elizondo. A government report ordered by congress is supposed to be submitted in June and is to show government involvement and knowledge of 'flying saucers' dating back decades. This will not happen. Extremely powerful people in this country, ones you've never heard of, will not allow any definitive information to be released. The report will be bland and compared in the MSM to the Condon Report of 1969. Even now the strange sightings of navy pilots off the coast of southern California as recently as three years ago have been proposed as misidentifications of planets and stars by professional debunkers. These debunkers are paid for what they do and say. By whom? Not hard to guess!
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Reply 33 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 5/1/2021 2:43:05 PM (No. 772610)
Trying to substitute belief in space aliens for belief in God.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: DVC 5/1/2021 2:46:36 PM (No. 772613)
As much as my 'wide eyed, avid sci-fi reader' 16 year old self would love for this to be true.....the clear-eyed, grey-haired old retired scientist - engineer side says "not very likely" and "don't count on it". Sure, if there are folks in some galaxy who can control wormholes, and use them like the fun TV show "Stargate", maybe, maybe. But then they wouldn't need space ships, would they? And that is so far beyond our physics as to be like nuclear power to a aborigine. And unless there really is some sort of a "warp drive" which can compress space to permit 'shortcutting' or the wormholes to do the same kind of 'cheater shortcut' of physical distances, we'll never see other star systems. If we are stuck with sub-light velocities, and their inevitable time dilation effects, as all our known physics says is true, then......we won't really "travel to the stars" and they won't be traveling here, either. Perhaps colonizing ships.....hundred year, multi-generational voyages into the unknown might be possible, but probably a 1% chance of success, if that, and pretty much no comms from them, maybe one way "reports in the blind". A radio message from Alpha Centauri (the closest planetary system) would take 4.5 years, one way. So you could send and receive about 15 or 20 messages at most in a lifetime. All other stars are farther. Watch "Interstellar" for a not-too-fractured look at some of the long distance travel issues.....and the unseen aliens have capabilities beyond all our understanding of physics, while we are stuck in 3D space-time with a fixed set of Laws of Physics.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: hershey 5/1/2021 3:08:45 PM (No. 772635)
So many unanswered questions revolve about this subject (no pun intended)...theories, encounters, lies, science (speed of light restriction)...there are some things though: Advances in science after Roswell, suddenly we are in space, and on the moon (but no farther..why not?), so many stars (millions) in the sky with so many planets (no other life forms??), 'masking' video output from the ISS on a 10 second delay (why, if not to cut off pics of UFOs?), government conspiracy to hide the truth so religions aren't destroyed (check the 'Alien' in the movie Childhoods End), an up tick in sci-fi movies about aliens (to prepare us???) thing is probably true though, the June report will not say anything...just more cover up...
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Reply 36 - Posted by: walcb 5/1/2021 4:11:33 PM (No. 772684)
Well then, if Harry Reid is backing this guy who can doubt him?
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Posted by Magnante 5/2/2021 7:07:15 AM Post Reply
Based on the reaction he received as he spoke to the GOP convention in Utah, it looks like Mitt Romney has exhausted the reservoir of goodwill he enjoyed thanks to his saving of the 2002 Winter Olympics from financial disaster. I always assumed that the reason he enjoyed electoral victory when he ran for the Senate from the Beehive State, after having been born and raised in Michigan and making his career in Massachusetts, where he amassed a fortune and served as governor. (snip) His NeverTrump status and especially his vote to convict on one count of President Trump’s second impeachment seem to have alienated a lot of Utah Republicans
EPA to propose phasing-out
greenhouse gases used in
refrigeration and air conditioning
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Posted by Ribicon 5/3/2021 10:38:12 AM Post Reply
The Environmental Protection Agency is set to issue wide-reaching regulations on Monday to curb the use and production of greenhouse gases from the refrigeration and air conditioning industries. The new regulations will target the production and importation of hydrofluorocarbons—commonly known as HFCs. The chemical compound was first developed in the 1980s to replace more harmful greenhouse gasses that depleted the earth’s ozone layer. EPA Administrator Michael Regan will propose that U.S. will curb HFCs emissions 85% by 2035. “With this proposal, EPA is taking another significant step under President Biden’s ambitious agenda to address the climate crisis,” Mr. Regan said. “The phasedown of HFCs
'Boo all you like!': Romney hits back at
2,000-strong crowd at the Utah GOP
convention as they shout 'traitor' and jeer
him for voting for Trump's impeachment:
Narrowly avoids censure from delegates
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Posted by Imright 5/2/2021 2:28:57 AM Post Reply
More than two thousand Utah Republicans booed Senator Mitt Romney as he arrived to speak at a convention in his home state on Saturday.The vocal backlash came after Romney narrowly avoided censure by the Utah GOP over his votes during the two impeachment trials of President Donald Trump. 'Aren't you embarrassed?' said Romney in response to the catcalling as he walked onto the stage. 'I'm a man who says what he means, and you know I was not a fan of our last president's character issues,' he said. Shouts of 'traitor' or 'communist' could be heard from the crowd.
Next Phase of COVID Vaccination is To
Create Public Pressure, You Are Selfish and
Destroying Herd Immunity if You Do Not Cooperate
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Posted by Harlowe 5/2/2021 6:30:12 PM Post Reply
As soon as government started controlling the behavior of people under the justification of COVID fear, there was a natural conclusion evident to the issues.(Snip)The leftist pattern of framing your demand for individual freedom and liberty as selfish, has permeated throughout the COVID narrative.(Snip)The argument is actually quite silly. If your vaccine protects you from COVID; and if the vaccine actually does do what the government and media tell you it does; then why would you be worried about someone else’s vaccine status? If the vaccine works, presumably you are protected; my not being vaccinated does not increase your risk or pose a threat.
Pennsylvania Native, 29, Stabbed Dead By
Seattle Neighbor For Not Wearing Face
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Posted by dst4life 5/3/2021 8:47:03 AM Post Reply
A Pennsylvania native was stabbed to death near his Seattle-suburb home on Sunday, according to police in Washington. John Huynh, 29, formerly of Ephrata, was stabbed in the heart following a disagreement with a neighbor -- over wearing a face mask -- according to charging documents filed in King County Superior Court. Huynh, two friends and his wife walked out of the Villas at Beardslee apartments in Bothell shortly before 7:30 p.m. Sunday, according to court documents.
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