Thursday, May 19, 2022

Did The Pentagon Just Admit They Almost Crashed A UFO…

On Tuesday, the Pentagon finally acknowledged that Military pilots have reported almost a dozen dangerous close approaches with what the Defense Department now calls “unidentified aerial phenomena” — and the general public calls UFOs.
Deputy Director of Navy Intelligence Scott Bray revealed this at a House Intelligence Committee hearing on UFOs when asked by Democratic Illinois Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi to confirm that there have never been any crashes.
Krishnamoorthi posed his question wherein Bray immediately responded, saying, “we have not had a collision. We have had at least eleven near-misses.”

Watch it here: HouseIntelligence/Youtube

Then in a follow-up question, Krishnamoorthi asked if there had been any type of communication between United States assets and UAPs prior to, during, or after the near-miss events. “No,” Bray responded.

There’s Another Mass Shooting That Got Buried by the Media…And It’s Not Hard To Figure Out Why 
Matt Vespa – TownhallTipsheet

We’re all focusing on Buffalo right now. A crazed, self-professed white nationalist shot and killed 10 people at Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo. Payton Gendron, 18, is the perpetrator who was taken into custody. Gendron has a 180-page manifesto that’s rather insane. He says he’s not a conservative, despite the liberal media trying to smear every Republican with this heinous crime. Gendron clearly says he’s not a conservative, but a racist eco-fascist. He’s into green nationalism, and he wouldn’t be opposed if you called him a socialist. The man is nuts. Yet, there was another mass shooting in California, but this one isn’t worthy of media attention for a very simple reason. The suspect is not white, though it was also motivated by hatred. 

David Chou, 68, of Las Vegas killed one person and wounded five others when he opened fire at Geneva Presbyterian Church in Orange County. Chou was motivated by anti-Taiwanese sentiment. He also had Molotov cocktails prepared when…Read more here.