During a groundbreaking congressional hearing, a former intelligence officer made stunning claims about the US government’s involvement with UFOs, suggesting that some individuals may have been killed to keep this information a secret.
David Grusch, a highly-ranked intelligence official, testified alongside two military whistleblowers, Ryan Graves and Commander David Fravor, sharing their first-hand experiences and knowledge about non-human technology used in secretive government programs.
According to Grusch, the US has possessed UFOs since the 1930s and has been clandestinely reverse-engineering them while disseminating disinformation to maintain secrecy.
At one point during the first-of-its-kind hearing, Representative Tim Burchett (R-Tenn) asked Grusch: ‘Personally, have you heard anyone [has] been murdered?’ Grausch said: ‘I have to be careful answering that question. I directed people with that knowledge to the appropriate authorities.’
He further revealed that credible intelligence officials informed him about non-human aircraft containing biological pilots recovered by the US government. Grusch also disclosed that some of his colleagues suffered physical injuries while encountering or working on UFOs within special access programs.
Rep Burchett, who initiated the hearing, stated that it would be a historic moment to uncover what he called “the biggest cover-up in history.” The main aim of the hearing was to pressure the executive branch into releasing more information about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) or UFOs.
‘I’d like to thank these three brave witnesses here. They took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States and, dagnammit, they’re doing it.’
‘We’re not bringing little green men or flying saucers into the hearing — sorry to disappoint about half of y’all — we’re just going to get to the facts.
‘We’re going to uncover the cover-up, and I hope this is just the beginning of many more hearings and many more people coming forward about this.’
Ryan Graves, a former F-18 pilot, testified next, sharing that he and over 30 aircrew members and veterans experienced UAPs, and such sightings were underreported. During a training mission in 2014, Graves’ squadron was “split by UAP” near Virginia Beach. The UAP they encountered was a 15-feet diameter, dark gray or black object enclosed within a transparent sphere, flying within 50 feet of the lead aircraft.
‘My testimony is based on information I’ve been given by individuals with a long-standing track record of legitimacy and service to this country, many of whom have shared compelling evidence in the form of photography, official documentation and classified oral testimony to myself and many various colleagues,’ Grusch told lawmakers, stating he was driven to share it by a ‘commitment to truth and transparency.’
‘I am asking Congress to hold our government to this standard and thoroughly investigate these claims,’ he said. ‘But as I stand here under oath now, I am speaking to the facts as I have been told them.’
Grusch then provided additional details about the US government’s possession of “intact and partially intact” extraterrestrial vehicles. His testimony shed light on the secretive work involving these advanced technologies.
This congressional hearing marked the first time that these individuals testified under oath about their UFO encounters. The testimonies of these military insiders hold significant potential to bring the truth about UFOs and government involvement to the public eye.
During a groundbreaking congressional hearing, Commander David Fravor expressed his amazement at witnessing an extraordinary unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP). He explained that what he saw was an incredible technology, unlike anything known on Earth. Fravor recounted the UAP’s astonishing maneuvers, dropping from 80,000 feet to the ocean’s surface and then accelerating at incredible speeds beyond their fighter jets.
Fravor mentioned that multiple witnesses, including a former Marine, have come forward with first-hand knowledge of UFO encounters. The three whistle-blowers unanimously agreed that UAPs are conducting reconnaissance and potentially pose an existential threat to the US. Representative Andy Ogles raised concerns about the clear national security threat posed by such activities.