Aviva Fried / Photo credit: Patrick T. FALLON / AFP 07:40, July 26, 2023Are aliens among us? The parliamentary committee of inquiry can be clear about this. It will hear three witnesses, whistleblowers including a former head of the US intelligence services, likely to provide evidence of life.
For the first time in the United States, a parliamentary commission of inquiry will publicly hear three witnesses who could prove the existence of extraterrestrials. Until now, the military and NASA have always evaded the issue, but more and more testimonies about unexplained phenomena have ignited the imagination of the general public and American lawmakers. The latter have therefore decided to take matters into their own hands with these new testimonies before the House of Representatives Committee of Inquiry.
"We're going to get to the bottom of things, whatever the truth"
Highly anticipated testimony before Congress. Because if last year, it was the Pentagon officials who testified in "circulate, there is nothing to see" mode, today, it is three whistleblowers who will be heard, including a former head of the American intelligence services, who says that the United States has recovered vehicles of non-human origin. The chairman of the Commission, Republican Tim Burchett, will hear witnesses. According to him, the authorities conspired to hide the existence of extraterrestrials.
"There are many people who don't want the truth to emerge. That's ridiculous. Either they exist or they do not exist. But saperlipopette! We're going to get to the bottom of things, whatever the truth. Americans deserve to know that," he says with aplomb.
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The truth, which is for now still elsewhere, should be revealed. For its part, the US Senate wants to pass an amendment to declassify information relating to UFOs, or more precisely to breakdowns, as they are now called unidentified anomalous phenomena. For once, Democrats and Republicans in Congress agree on the issue. And that's really science fiction.