Babe, Wake Up, New Declassified UFO Footage Just Dropped And It's A Metal Orb Zooming Around A War Zone

Here's a clearer video:

Wh... what the hell was that thing? I know we have drones... but do we have silver orb drones the size and shape of beach balls that can zip through the air at high speeds with no discernible means of propulsion? That was some Harry Potter Quidditch ball shit. 

The Senate Armed Services Committee wants to know more, too, so they gathered in D.C. yesterday to hear from Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the DoD's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office AKA the Pentagon's UFO guy. Shockingly, no, it is not this guy:

But Dr. Kirkpatrick is, indeed, big into the extra terrestrial scene. Last month he & Harvard professor Abraham Loeb released a paper discussing the idea that the unidentified flying objects (UFOs) people encounter could the the product of an "alien mothership” in the solar system sending its “extraterrestrial technological probes” to planet Earth to sus us out a little bit. (You can read their full paper HERE.)

Yesterday, however, he informed senators that despite his office now tracking nearly 650 "incidents", including the newly released video above, they've found no certain evidence of alien activity. 

Via Politico

“I should also state clearly for the record that in our research, AARO has found no credible evidence thus far of extraterrestrial activity, off-world technology or objects that defy the known laws of physics,” Kirkpatrick said.

“Only a very small percentage of UAP reports display signatures that could reasonably be described as anomalous,” he added. “The majority of unidentified objects reported to AARO demonstrated mundane characteristics of balloons, clutter, natural phenomena or other readily explainable sources.”

Obviously interest in UFOs has spiked this year on Capitol Hill following #ChineseSpyBalloonGate, and reasonably so… because if objects like these silver spheres aren't from some far-out mothership, they could be from an enemy much closer to home. 

Pressed by the panel’s ranking Republican, Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa, Kirkpatrick said his office hasn’t seen evidence that unexplained events under its purview were caused by Russian or Chinese technology, but pointed to “concerning indicators” that foreign capabilities could be at play.

“Are there capabilities that could be employed against us in both an [intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance] and a weapons fashion? Absolutely,” Kirkpatrick said. “Do I have evidence that they’re doing it in these cases? No, but I have concerning indicators.”

For my own peace of mind I like to think the USA has our own super-brain, mega-hidden science group and that these UFOs are actually ours, and it's so secret that those scientists high-five whenever videos of their aerial inventions hit Dr. Kirkpatrick's radar & even he can't figure out what's going on and… oh my God… it appears we may actually have that going on, phew:




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