Over the past few years, at least 10 former government and military officials have publicly alleged that the U.S. government has recovered and is holding UFOs/advanced aerial crafts. Most claim these crafts have been transferred to defense contractors for analysis and reverse-engineering. Key members of Congress find these allegations credible enough to have drafted legislation, sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Schumer, aiming to establish more transparency and public disclosure regarding the government’s knowledge of such phenomena.
However, there is now opposition to this legislation from influential Republican congressmen including Reps. Turner and Rogers, who are trying to block the bill’s inclusion in the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act. Their reasons are unclear. Schumer denied claims they are “holding up” the legislation and Turner called it “poorly drafted,” but analysis shows the bill strongly indicates government elements have long run secret programs on retrieved UFOs.
The legislation tries to reassert government control and oversight regarding defense contractors’ alleged reverse-engineering programs related to UFOs, which have apparently been kept hidden even from some past presidents/VPs. It would create an independent panel to review classified UFO records and guide a “controlled disclosure” to the public of any “non-human intelligence,” avoiding a “catastrophic” ad hoc revelation. Officials warn China and Russia may also be studying retrieved UFOs.
While undoubtedly destabilizing, former officials argue revealing such phenomena could have profound positive impacts, uniting humanity. For example, if UFO propulsion is beyond existing physics as implied, sharing this technology is crucial. It remains unclear why key congressmen would resist the transparency and oversight measures in Senator Schumer’s extraordinary UFO disclosure initiative.