Former President Barack Obama, who attended The Late Late Show presented by James Corden on May 18, first joked that when he took office he asked for the secret alien files and received the answer that such a thing did not exist. He then said: “I’m serious here, there are pictures and recordings of some objects floating in the sky that we don’t know exactly what it is.” Obama also said they couldn’t explain how these objects moved. Two days before this show, Luis Elizondo, who was the guest of 60 Minutes, one of America’s oldest news shows, explained that the Pentagon had set up a unit to investigate incidents involving planes. unidentified, and that he was named in 2010. So how did once mocked UFOs become a national security issue in Washington, and why does the June 1 date matter?
The Advanced Aerial Threat Identification Program, or AATIP, was created under the auspices of the Pentagon to determine the effects of unidentified weather events on national security. The team of engineers and intelligence experts have been analyzing UFO images since 2008.
Recently, many fighter pilots have reported encountering unusual objects during their flights and shared videos of those moments. Pentagon officials have confirmed the authenticity of the videos, although they could not explain what was seen.
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WILL THERE BE AN EXPLANATION ON JUNE 1ST?
The most concrete attempt to lift the veil of secrecy on UFOs came from Congress at a very unusual time. Members of Congress, who adopted the $ 2.3 trillion coronavirus support package during President Donald Trump’s last term, have added a clause to the text requiring the Pentagon and intelligence services to disclose what they are. knew about UFOs within 180 days.
It is expected that the presentation in question will be made on June 1 and that at least part of it will be shared with the public. According to the coronavirus package regulations, the Pentagon intelligence and report must contain detailed information and analysis on UFOs collected by the Navy, FBI, and AATIP.