Tune in at 6:00am PT / 9:00am ET on Tues. May 17 when the US House of Representatives hold a hearing on unidentified aerial phenomena.

Read the CNET article: Congress to Hold First Public Hearing on UFOs in 50 years: How to Watch https://cnet.co/38q3fhu

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19 Responses

  1. They also had a closed-door session. This is why no one trusts the government. Nothing they are talking about with UFO's has to be kept secret unless it's for selfish reasons because of technology.

  2. You’re telling me that in a hearing regarding UAPs, our laptops can’t play and pause (or even scrub frame by frame) to adequately show congress the objects themselves? Oh boy…

  3. I often wonder if it’s not so much a matter of the Gov. thinking the general public is naive, but rather that what they do know is so overwhelming, that it might need to be served as micro-doses vs. all-at-once; because IF what we all know is to be true, and IF they ever officially reveal it as a whole; well, I think we can all agree it’s going to change our views of existence completely. Plus, IF what we think these objects are what we think they are, then you have to wonder who the pilots are.🤷🏼‍♂️

  4. Interesting how they say they didn’t hear about the Malmstrom Air Force base incident, even though personnel at the base were talking about it. ICBM’s being shut down is a pretty big deal one would think…

  5. So Mr. Bray says they apparently don’t know what that object is in the video which flies by, but then says they’ll talk about it in the later (classified) session. So if it’s a UFO & they claim to want to be transparent with the public, why not talk about it during the public session then?

  6. This is all a BS smokescreen over the real truth. Ask yourself if the government has ever told the truth? If you've experienced any of these phenomenon then ignore this video because you know the truth. Those are probably all reptilians speaking anyways. You cant trust them.

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