A former United States Senate majority leader thinks that aerospace and defense company Lockheed Martin is hiding the existence of extraterrestrial life from the general public. In a recent interview, Senator Robert Byrd alleged that the company is stashing away pieces of crashed alien spaceships at a secret location in Nevada.
In 1947, a then-record number of UFO sightings were reported. In a startling new development, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid claims that, eight decades after the fact, one of these UFOs was tracked down, its wreckage recovered, and the fragments are being secretly kept in a hangar in Las Vegas by the defense contractor Lockheed Martin. “There are people in this United States, who will do anything to keep this information from getting out” Reid said in a recent interview. “We cannot allow the existence of extraterrestrial life to remain a secret, not when the technology we have today could be used to advance our society so greatly.”
Former Senate Majority Leader: Lockheed Martin hides fragments of crashed UFO
Gary Leff 1. May 2021
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), whose Las Vegas airport will be renamed, said Lockheed Martin has fragments of the crashed U.F.O. plane. Lockheed does not deny this.
The Defense Department refused to release one of the country’s most influential elected leaders to confirm this directly.
For decades I was told Lockheed had some of this salvage equipment, he said. And I tried, if I remember correctly, to get secret permission from the Pentagon to see these documents. They won’t approve. I don’t know what the numbers were, what the classification was, but they didn’t give me that. He told me the Pentagon hadn’t given a reason. I asked if that was why he had applied for juice status for aatip. He said: Yeah, that’s why I wanted them to see it. But they wouldn’t give me permission. (A Lockheed Martin spokesman declined to comment for this article).
Former CIA director John Brennan believes life may exist on other planets. According to the latest director of national intelligence, there are a whole series of hard-to-explain incidents – incidents that break the sound barrier without going supersonic. And in some cases, we don’t have good explanations for what we see in the world. Many of these have not yet been made public.
In February, an American Airlines pilot made contact with a UFO over New Mexico. This is not the first UFO sighting by airline pilots,
In 1948. two pilots of Eastern Airlines DC-3 saw a large cigar-shaped light approaching them at tremendous speed, then make an incredibly sharp turn and disappear into the clear sky. The pilot of the second aircraft and several witnesses on the ground gave consistent statements. This was the first time the U.F.O. had been observed at close range: Two pilots saw a row of windows as it flew by. Researchers at Project Sign have submitted a top-secret situation assessment memorandum that favors the alien hypothesis.
December’s Covid Relief bill requires intelligence agencies to prepare an unclassified report within 180 days outlining what they know about UFOs (a classified annex is allowed). What does it say about our position if it’s not the main topic of conversation at the dinner table and on the news every night?
I do not believe in the existence of aliens who have visited Earth, in the sense that there is more than a 50% chance that this is true. Recently released photos and statements by government officials with access to highly classified documents that they believe in the existence of UFOs increase my assessment of this reality from negligible to not negligible.
It’s possible that space aliens don’t exist, that if they do we will never find them, that they have probed us and are avoiding contact (Prime Directive?) or even that they are future human societies traveling through time (why else would they be interested in Earth and not everything else?) Or just with the passage of time we observe, with so many people in the world and so much time, we end up seeing a phenomenon we can’t explain, and it’s just a phenomenon we can’t explain. And just because we can’t explain it, doesn’t mean it’s weird.