The White House revealed that it doesn't know whether alien life exists as details of new UFO/UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) sightings were released this week.
National Security Counsel spokesman John Kirby addressed the issue during a Wednesday White House press briefing.
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"We don't know. We don't have the answers about what these phenomena are," he admitted.
Kirby added, "there are unexplained aerial phenomena that have been sighted and reported by pilots, Navy and Air Force, that these phenomena have in some cases had an impact on our training ranges, on our pilots' ability to fly, train, operate and stay ready."
The US government hid information that UFOs crash landed on earth and have spent several decades trying to reverse engineer recovered alien spacecraft, a former intelligence official has claimed.https://t.co/ECPvRY3dso
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David Grusch, who served in the National Reconnaissance Office, shared testimony of UFO activity during congressional testimony this week.
“At the time, due to my extensive executive-level intelligence support duties I was cleared to literally all relevant compartments and in a position of extreme trust both in my military and civilian capacities,” he told Congress.
“I was informed, in the course of my official duties, of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering program, to which I was denied access to those additional read-on’s when I requested it.”
The testimony adds to growing calls by government leaders to disclose information about UFO activity kept secret for decades.
According to NASA, over 800 sightings of unknown flying objects were reported last year alone.
The new focus on disclosing UFO activity adds to calls for transparency under the Biden administration in numerous areas as leaders grow concerned over public safety.