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Joe Biden Has a New Problem: Space Aliens?

President Joe Biden, joined by First Lady Jill Biden, delivers remarks on the 1-year anniversary of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Wednesday, May 24, 2023, on the Grand Staircase of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz)

Joe Biden might want to call a press conference: In a highly anticipated House Oversight subcommittee hearing, former intelligence official David Grusch made explosive claims surrounding UFO encounters and non-human pilots, sending shockwaves through the room.

Grusch made headlines in June after claiming the US government possessed “intact and partially intact” alien vehicles.

However, despite the gravity of his assertions, Grusch faced a daunting challenge — the inability to present concrete evidence due to the risk of legal repercussions for sharing classified information publicly.

During the riveting session, lawmakers emphasized that Grusch’s inability to provide hard evidence did not automatically invalidate the credibility of his claims. They highlighted that they, too, were bound by strict regulations preventing the public disclosure of classified information.

Grusch revealed three specific areas in which he asserted he could provide further classified information to Congress:

Secret Program Claims

As a former co-lead of the mysterious Pentagon Unexplained Anomalous Phenomenon (UAP) task force, Grusch disclosed that fellow intelligence officials had entrusted him with information about a secret program focused on the retrieval and reverse engineering of non-human aerial craft. Although constrained from providing details openly, he offered to furnish a list of potential witnesses who could shed light on the matter during a secure and confidential session.

Disturbing Claims

Grusch delivered a chilling revelation, stating that he possessed knowledge of active and planned reprisals against himself and colleagues, which he ominously referred to as “administrative terrorism.” Under intense questioning, he hinted that the source of these retaliations might be linked to “certain senior leadership at previous agencies.” He pledged to disclose further details only in a closed-door environment to ensure his safety.

Grusch accused aerospace and weapons manufacturers of diverting government contract funds into unauthorized research projects involving advanced technology.

When pressed by Representative Jared Moskowitz, Grusch suggested that certain corporations may have overcharged the U.S. government for their tech offerings, with excess funds possibly being funneled into undisclosed programs. Grusch cryptically referenced the “IREN” (INFOSEC Research and Engineering Network), a collaborative research venture among corporate weapons contractors, as part of this alleged misappropriation. He hinted at providing more specific information in a confidential setting.

Throughout the hearing, members of the national security subcommittee expressed frustration over being denied access to a secure hearing room (SCIF), which would have facilitated a fully confidential interview with Grusch. Determined to gather additional information, some lawmakers vowed to demand a secure session (SCIF) to extract crucial insights from Grusch and other key witnesses.

Grusch’s testimony cast a gripping spotlight on his claims, despite the constraints of classified information. The House Oversight subcommittee’s scrutiny has left many intrigued and eagerly anticipating a more confidential forum where Grusch’s revelations can receive the attention and examination they deserve. The potential implications of his claims could reverberate across the nation and the world.

Challenges, Pushback and Proof

The road to this hearing has been far from smooth. Representative Burchett expressed frustration at a press briefing, alleging that federal officials had “stonewalled” the investigation into Grusch’s claims. Despite this pushback, the committee remains determined to uncover the truth and dispel any cover-up.

While concrete proof of UFOs remains uncertain, the hearing is expected to raise critical questions and delve deeper into Grusch’s detailed allegations about the government’s knowledge of extraterrestrial phenomena. Burchett’s hints of having seen “compelling evidence” further fuel anticipation for potential groundbreaking revelations during the session.

Georgia Gilholy is a journalist based in the United Kingdom who has been published in Newsweek, The Times of Israel, and the Spectator. Gilholy writes about international politics, culture, and education. 

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Georgia Gilholy is a journalist based in the United Kingdom who has been published in Newsweek, The Times of Israel, and the Spectator. Gilholy writes about international politics, culture, and education.