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When Washington embraced UFOs

28 July 2023

2:47 AM

28 July 2023

2:47 AM

The calm tones and bipartisan agreement at Wednesday’s congressional hearing didn’t match the zany issue on the table — UFOs. During the two-hour hearing, every congressman accepted the premise that UFOs exist. It seems the one thing Democrats and Republicans agree on is that the truth is out there.

Three former military and intelligence officials testified before the House Oversight subcommittee that America is being kept in the dark about unidentified anomalous phenomena, known as UAPs — and no one in Congress questioned it.

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