Pentagon will be forced to reveal everything it knows about UFOs in the next 300 DAYS: Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer pushes legislation to declassify documents about phenomena
- Amendment gives federal agencies 300-day deadline to deliver their UFO files
- New UFO panel to be modeled on 1992 JFK Assassination Records Review Board
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A bipartisan alliance of senators plans to force the declassification of top secret US government UFO files — en masse — demanding results in less than a year’s time.
Democratic Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer of New York, in partnership with Republican Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Mike Rounds of South Dakota, are leading the effort, which will appoint a nine-member review panel to assess all classified government UFO records.
The news comes in the wake of explosive and bizarre public testimony from retired senior intelligence official David Grusch, who has alleged US military and defense contractor stonewalling on evidence of crashed UFOs, recovered ‘beings,’ and UFO-related deaths.
Grusch’s testimony has been corroborated in classified hearings with other defense sector witnesses, according to comments made by Senator Rubio last month, who has voiced concerns these classified UFO programs are ‘accountable to no one.’
‘You now will have a process through which we will declassify this material,’ a spokeswoman for Senator Schumer said.
A bipartisan alliance of senators plans to force the declassification of top secret government UFO files — en masse — demanding results in less than a year’s time. Above, images from a leaked Navy UFO video shows a spherical object diving into the Pacific off the California coast
Democratic Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer of New York, in partnership with Republican Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Mike Rounds of South Dakota, are leading the effort to appoint a nine-member review panel to assess all classified government UFO records
Open debate on the proposed amendment will begin next week, as the Senate drills into specifics of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) and the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA) for fiscal year 2024.
The new legislation, as proposed by Schumer, will be modeled on a similar act of Congress: the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, passed in response to heated public debate over Oliver Stone’s 1991 film about the daylight killing of a sitting US president.
The classified records review board impaneled by that acted successfully declassified and released 5 million documents, according to its former deputy director Thomas Samoluk in 2013.
Nevertheless, the work of that Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB), was itself stonewalled and remains incomplete, suggesting that a UFO panel modelled on the board may face similar limitations.
Sen. Rubio said that some of these witnesses who provided their ‘first-hand knowledge or first-hand claims’ were likely some of the same individuals referenced by UFO whistleblower David Grusch, publicly and in a formal complaint to the Intelligence Community Inspector General
The Senate proposal is very likely to also see bipartisan support in the US House of Representatives.
This Wednesday, that lower chamber of Congress also included a more limited proposal, in its own version of the annual NDAA bill, pressing Pentagon officials to release documents about unidentified aerial or anomalous phenomena (UAP): the government’s revised technical term for UFOs.
Senator Schumer’s measure will task President Biden with selecting the nine-person UFO file review panel, pending a Senate approval process.
The Schumer amendment will give the federal agencies just 300 days to organize and produce their internal, classified records on UAP and provide them to the new review board.
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