Former Sen. Mike Gravel (D-Alaska) says the White House has helped keep the truth about the “extraterrestrial influence that is investigating our planet” from the public.
Gravel says the strongest accounts of alien encounters are from former military officers, such as retired Air Force Capt. Robert Salas, who testified that UFOs temporarily disabled nuclear weapons on his watch.
“The smoking gun of the whole issue, which is when they saw hovering space craft in Wyoming and South Dakota over the ICBM missile silos that the missiles couldn't work,” Gravel says.
Gravel says the media has aided what he sees as a government cover-up by not taking reports of ET encounters seriously.
“What we're faced with here is, in areas of the media, and the government too, an effort to marginalize and ridicule people who have specific knowledge,” he says.
What is frightening to me is ask a liberal if they believe in UFOs and most affirm the buy the whole UFO thing. Ask a liberal if they believe in God and see what answer you get especially the one on this MB.
Too many reliable people have seen these things. Odd statements in many ancient texts. Most remarkabvle sighting was over DC years ago. Simultaneously sighted by private, commercial and military pilots. Also tracked by multiple radar sites. I saw a picture taken of one radar screen shoed about 20 blips flying in a perfect triangle. Then too, there was Elijah's "Fiery Chariot?"