Are UFOs real?
According to a new whistleblower, they are.
The whistleblower, David Grusch, has come forward to say that not only are they real, but the U.S. government has a UFO retrieval program and is covering it all up.
Grusch is an Air Force veteran and former member of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Grusch says that the U.S. government has been recovering non-human aircraft for decades and stated that he gave proof to Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General.
In an exclusive interview with investigative journalist Ross Coulthart on NewsNation, Grusch explains that during his time on the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, the task force was refused access to a "broad crash retrieval program."
Grusch says crash retrieval means “retrieving non-human-origin technical vehicles.”
He continues, “You know, call it spacecrafts, if you will. Non-human, exotic-origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed.”
Coulthart confirms, “We have spacecraft from another species.”
“We do,” Grusch responds.
Grusch admits that, at first, he thought that “it was totally nuts" and that he “was being deceived,” but that quickly changed.
“I have plenty of current and former senior intelligence officers that came to me — many which I knew almost my whole career — that confided to me they were a part of a program,” Grusch continues, alleging that those intelligence officers provided him “documents and other proof that there was, in fact, a program that the UAP task force was not read into.”
John Doyle joins Sara Gonzales of "The News & Why It Matters" to discuss the whistleblower, saying he doesn’t quite believe him.
“I think it’s possible that there are military operations that exist to develop that type of technology, and then in case any of that ever gets leaked or goes public, you’ve got people like that as a scapegoat,” Doyle says.
Rather, Doyle believes that there are secret military bases in places like Antarctica.
“I think there’s a lot of weird stuff going on over there, but I don’t think it’s UFOs,” he says.
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