Schumer’s proposed law grants govt eminent domain over UFOs, alien bodies

Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s proposed law grants govt eminent domain for UFOs, alien bodies. Pic credit: Senator Chuck Schumer/YouTube

On July 13, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer led a group of Senators, including Republican Senator Mike Rounds, to introduce legislation that grants the federal government eminent domain over alien bodies and UFOs.

The legislation appears to acknowledge the claim by UFO whistleblower David Grusch that the government is in the custody of alien UFOs (UAPs) and bodies recovered from crash sites.

A statement released alongside the legislation included words suggesting that the government and its military contractors (“private persons or entities”) may have recovered alien technology, living or dead E.T. bodies from crash sites.

Proposed law grants govt eminent domain over alien tech, E.T. bodies

According to the statement, the new legislation grants the federal government “eminent domain over any and all recovered technologies of unknown origin (TUO) and biological evidence of non-human intelligence (NHI) that may be controlled by private persons or entities in the interests of the public good.”

The legislation (the Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Disclosure Act of 2023) also covers “legacy programs.”

“Legacy programs” are projects conducted before the enactment of the legislation to “collect, exploit, or reverse engineer technologies of unknown origin or examine biological evidence of living or deceased non-human intelligence.”

It defines “non-human intelligence” as “any sentient intelligent non-human lifeform regardless of nature or ultimate origin that may be presumed responsible for unidentified anomalous phenomena.”

The Senators behind the legislation include Senator Marco Rubio, Vice Chairman of the Intelligence Committee, and Senator Kristen Gillibrand, Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.

Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid investigated UFOs

The statement attached to the legislation referenced a previous effort to investigate UFOs supported by the former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

The project remained unknown to the public until the New York Times published a report in 2017 exposing details about it. The team of writers included UFO investigator Leslie Kean, Helene Cooper, and Ralph Blumenthal.

Subsequent investigations uncovered “a vast web of individuals and groups” who had stories to share about an alleged secret UFO program.

Members of Congress believed govt was covering up UFO info

Some of the stories were of doubtful credibility. However, the number and diversity of those who claimed knowledge of a secret UAP program convinced many members of Congress that the government was concealing information about extraterrestrial intelligence.

They concluded there was credible evidence that the government was concealing UFO records from Congress and taxpayers.

Many in Congress appreciated that officials responsible for the alleged coverup may have done so in good faith to protect sensitive information relating to national security. However, they also believed that the coverup could not continue because Americans had a right to know.

Thus, the senators behind the proposed law recommended that the executive branch and the legislature must work toward UFO disclosure without compromising national security.

“The American public has a right to learn about technologies of unknown origins, non-human intelligence, and unexplainable phenomena,” Schumer reportedly said.

Nine-member board to review UFO files for declassification

Paranormal Papers previously reported that Schumer’s proposed legislation establishes a nine-member board that will review UFO records for declassification.

The Senator from New York explained on Twitter that the legislation would be an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) modeled after the 1992 JFK Assassination Records Collection Act.

The bill mandates the president to set up the nine-member review commission. It also requires government agencies in the custody of UAP-related files to make them available to the commission within 300 days.

The latest development comes amid news that the House Oversight Committee has scheduled its hearing on UFOs for late July.

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