Is the COVID-19 relief bill forcing the government to come clean about UFO news?
2020 has been a pretty crappy year, but it has had plenty of exciting revelations for those who have an interest in UFOs. From the government & military finally acknowledging videos that had been leaked to the internet years ago, and admitting they are in fact real, to the creation of a new investigative task force for UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena), this year has been filled with UFO news.
Now, alien believers can mark their calendars for when they can get some more news about unidentified flying objects. The recently passed COVID-19 bill contained a lot of legislation that had nothing to do with stimulus checks or vaccination – and one of those things is a countdown to transparency.
Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming UFO news drop.
What will it be?
The bill ensures that 180 days from the bill being signed & accepted that multiple agencies in consultation with the Secretary of Defense will have to “submit a report to the congressional intelligence and armed services committees on unidentified aerial phenomena.”
Their reports must contain information about aerial objects that have never been identified as well as detailed analyses of the phenomena “collected by: a. geospatial intelligence; b. signals intelligence; c. human intelligence; and d. measurement and signals intelligence”.
The report is also expected to contain information from the FBI regarding UFOs – specifically ones spotted over restricted U.S. airspace. (UFOs sightings have a tendency to occur in places with restricted airspace.) The FBI will also have to address whether or not the sightings may be related to “foreign adversaries”.
The bill also states that these reports from multiple agencies should make recommendations for increased data collection, improved research & development, and potential additional funding or other resources needed. While it’s possible this advice may not be heeded it certainly sounds as if the U.S. is taking increased interest in UFO activity.
Why this is happening
After so many years of seeming denial of strange sky objects even existing, the news that the government is planning an inter-agency report on “anomalous aerial vehicles” might be worthy of a small jaw drop.
The direction to compile this information can be found under “committee comments” on the bill. It states that “The Committee supports the efforts of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force at the Office of Naval Intelligence to standardize collection and reporting on unidentified aerial phenomenon, any links they have to adversarial foreign governments, and the threat they pose to U.S. military assets and installations”.
Then the comment goes on to explain that The Committee is concerned there’s still no unified or comprehensive process for compiling, sharing, and analyzing this type of data – hence the requirement for agencies to share their information in 180 days.
The announcement of a UFO report comes after the new UAP Task Force had promised more transparency over the summer. There has been little news ever since that vow, so many are thrilled with the new looming deadline – even if it is six months away.
Considering the whole point of a UFO is that it’s not identified, it seems hard to believe anything that coming out of the future report could be taken as hard proof of aliens or anything else. For example, another country utilizing advanced technology.
However, that won’t stop people (including ourselves) from being a little excited and a lot curious about the prospect of more UFO news coming straight from the government.
What do you think about the upcoming UAP report? Will it have anything interesting or will all the good bits be classified and/or redacted? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments!