We don’t control UFOs in our military air space, Congressman raises the alarm

Congressman raises the alarm over the intrusion of UFOs into U.S. air space. Pic credit: Pixabay

Representative Tim Burchett raised the alarm over the intrusion of UFOs into U.S. airspace.

The representative from Tennessee warned that Americans should be concerned about U.S. air space hosting advanced flying machines that the military does not control.

“We have something that we do not control in our military airspace,” he said, according to the Washington Examiner.

Burchett accused the government of UFO coverup

Burchett told the news outlet that UFOs invading U.S. air space was a serious matter that should be a top-priority issue for Congress to address.

He accused the government of hiding information about UFOS since the 1947 Roswell UFO incident or earlier.

Burchett’s latest comments come after he claimed that alien UFOs travel faster than light and defy the laws of physics.

Paranormal Papers also reported that he claimed the government may have been hiding information about UFOs and extraterrestrials since the 1897 Aurora UFO incident.

House Oversight Committee set to hold hearing on UFOs

The Member of Congress confirmed that the House Oversight Committee was planning a hearing on UFOs.

However, Burchett, who heads the House Oversight Committee group investigating UFOs, did not share details about the schedule for the upcoming hearing and the people who would appear before the committee.

He told the Washington examiner that the committee would publish the names of the witnesses before the hearings. He added that some people would try to impugn the credibility of some individuals on the list.

Officials involved in UFO coverup motivated by “greed and power”

Burchett said he believed UFO whistleblower David Grusch was telling the truth when he alleged in recent news media interviews that the government was running a secret UFO program.

According to the congressman, there was likely more going on than Grusch knew about. He expressed conviction that Americans would soon learn more about the alleged secret programs due to increased openness about UFOs. But he insinuated that the openness could be due to the hope that Congress would approve more funding.

Burchett said that although the government has been hiding information about UFOs for decades, highly credible witnesses have now come forward to help end the UFO coverup. He described the people who have come forward as heroes and suggested that officials engaged in the alleged coverup were motivated by “greed and power.”

UFOs not from Russia or China

The representative from Tennessee argued against the theory that UFOs were from adversarial nations such as Russia and China. He said adversarial countries couldn’t keep advanced aerospace technology secret.

Burchett argued that China would have conquered America if they owned such advanced flying machines.

He also dismissed the suggestion that UFOs could be Russian. He reasoned that if Russia had flying machines as advanced as UFOs, they would be winning in Ukraine.

Grusch alleged government is running a secret UFO program

In an interview with NewsNation’s Ross Coulthart early in June, Grusch shocked the nation with the claim that the government has been running a UFO retrieval program for decades.

Grusch alleged that U.S. military and intelligence services retrieved multiple UFOs (“non-human origin technical vehicles”) from various crash sites and that some of the alleged craft contained dead aliens.

He said government contractors have been working on reverse-engineering alien technology for decades. He also claimed that the U.S. was locked in an 80-year arms race with adversaries to gain military advantage through reverse-engineered alien technology.

Grusch caused alarm when he claimed that the aliens (“non-human intelligence”) behind the UFOs may have killed people.

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