“The videos, verified by the Pentagon, pictured flashing objects hovering above US Navy ships in the Pacific Ocean west of San Diego, radar screens picking up nine of the craft, and infrared footage of one orb-shaped object diving into the ocean,” the Daily Mail said. Bray talked about the 2019 footage as he displayed it during the subcommittee hearing in May. [firefly_embed] [/firefly_embed] He said the triangular shapes seen were a trick of the light hitting the lens of the camera. The intelligence official acknowledged that not all UAPs can be identified. “We recognize that that can be unsatisfying or insufficient in the eyes of many,” Bray said. “It is a popular topic in our nation with various theories as to what these objects may be and where they originate. By nature, we are all curious. And we seek to understand the unknown.” That UAP hearing was the first of its kind in more than 50 years. Why such an expert was summoned before Congress now raises questions. What is really going on here? One cynical conclusion is the “flying saucer” narratives are being positioned by the political class as the mothership of all distractions. Democrats would rather talk about aliens than inflation, gas prices or other troubling aspects of Joe Biden’s presidency. Corbell said he and the crew members who saw the objects have different ideas. They believe such advanced technology moving freely off the coast of San Diego suggests the United States is in danger of being bested by unknown forces. “We don’t know yet what exactly these craft were. But whatever they are, their abilities and presence alone represents a serious national security issue and shouldn’t be dismissed out of hand,” the filmmaker said. Bray acknowledged the possible danger during his testimony, saying that is a reason such information must be distributed with great caution. “If UAP do indeed represent a potential threat to our security, then the capability, systems, processes and sources we use to observe, record, study or analyze these phenomena need to be classified at appropriate levels,” he said. “We do not want, we do not want potential adversaries to know exactly what we are able to see or understand or how we come to the conclusions we make. Therefore, public disclosures must be carefully considered on a case-by-case basis.” In the end, it seems most likely that America’s own highly classified scientific advances are the source of the current UAP craze. I’m hoping the Space Force created under former President Donald Trump has access to resources that would seem like science fiction to us. I want to believe. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
In 2019 U.S. Navy warships were swarmed by UFOs. Over the past months, I’ve provided a large amount of cumulative and corroborate visual data to support this fact. What I’m providing today is video footage – captured from THE DECK of the USS Omaha – by the on-board “VIPER” TEAM. pic.twitter.com/uGXcymnneW— Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell (@JeremyCorbell) June 29, 2021