Chuck Schumer slams Republicans for sinking UFO disclosure bill that would’ve declassified records of mystery sightings
war more UFO Break detection He took to Capitol Hill after House Republicans were accused of obstructing a bill that would declassify records of mysterious sightings.
The Unspecified Anomaly Phenomena (UAP) Detection Act of 2023 passed the Senate in July but needs full congressional approval to be part of the 2024 National Defense Authorization (NDAA).
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer took the stand Monday to criticize Republicans for backing down on legislation that would force governments to reveal whether aliens have visited Earth.
Schumer said on the Senate floor that Republicans are trying to do that 'killing Commonsense bipartisan action And preventing Americans from accessing records related to the subject of “extreme curiosity.”
It is not known why Republicans worked against this legislation, but some speculate that it was because the executive branch was withholding vital information related to UFOs, extending over a long period of time.
Democrat Chuck Schumer is fighting to pass a UAP disclosure law that would force governments to inform Americans if extraterrestrials visit Earth
Mike Turner (R-Ohio), Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Alabama), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), and House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-Los Angeles) are said to be among those Those who pay back on the bill.
said former Fox News host Tucker Carlson Show it to X In late November, Rogers and Turner were “instructed to violate the letter and spirit of federal law and to conceal the truth about UFOs.”
Later, Speaker Carlson criticized Johnson and McConnell for being among those looking to “shut down (the bill).”
David Grosch, a former high-ranking intelligence official who testified under oath about his experiences with UAPs, also named Rogers and Turner during a recent interview on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
“Why block the bill?” And it wouldn't cost a lot, a few million a year max, you know, for the board, which is like steamrolling in US government speak, right? Grosh said during the podcast.
The Senate passed the Unspecified Anomaly Phenomena (UAP) Detection Act in July, which requires government offices to turn over all UAP records no later than 300 days after the date the amendment was enacted. The bill now needs Congressional approval
“If there is nothing to see here, why are Mike Rogers and Mike Turner in the House blocking this bill that is, in my opinion, the most important transparency legislation in American history?”
“House Republicans are also trying to kill another common-sense bipartisan measure passed by the Senate, which I was proud to co-sponsor…to increase transparency about what the government does and does not know about unidentified weather phenomena,” Schumer told the Senate floor on Monday. Schumer said.
“Unidentified weather phenomena have aroused intense curiosity among many Americans, and the risk of confusion and misinformation is high if the government is not willing to be transparent.”
Schumer collaborated with Republican Senator Mike Rounds in leading efforts to impose disclosure.
The UFO bill is modeled on President John F. Kennedy's Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, which requires all assassination-related materials to be placed in one collection at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
'Schumer said Monday that the measure would create a board just as with the JFK assassination records to work through the declassification of many government records related to the UAPs.
“This model has had great success for decades and should be used with UAPs.”
Schumer, Rounds and three other senators, one Democrat and two Republicans, believe many Republicans are planning to obstruct their efforts.
The bill was passed as an amendment to the 2024 National Defense Authorization (NDAA) in July, but has not yet received full approval from Congress.
Both the House and Senate must approve the same bill by a majority vote — and with Senate approval, the amendment is in the hands of the House.
If the law gets the green light, government agencies with records or samples of artefacts or “biological” materials must turn them in within 300 days.
David Grosch, Ryan Graves, a respected former pilot, and veteran Navy fighter pilot Commander David Fravor, who witnessed the Tic Tac UFO in 2004, were sworn under oath in July during a hearing where they testified with their evidence.
David Grosch claims that one of these alien spacecraft crashed in northern Italy in 1933 and was hidden by fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. Pictured is a handwritten note claiming to describe the incident
President Joe Biden will have 90 days to appoint a nine-person review panel responsible for investigating each record and determining whether they are considered UAPs that should be released to the public.
Any government agency in possession of such records must turn over print and digital copies to the council, which has 180 days to investigate and 14 days to publish its findings.
However, the president can vote against releasing specific evidence if it poses a national threat.
The bill is just part of the growing curiosity about UFOs in the United States, which has gained momentum in recent years due to high-ranking military officials coming forward with reports of such sightings.
Grosh, Ryan Graves, a respected former pilot, and veteran Navy fighter pilot Commander David Fravor, who witnessed the 2004 “Tic Tac” UFO, were sworn under oath in July during a hearing where they testified with their evidence.
An artist's impression of the alleged 1933 UFO crash outside Magenta in northern Italy shows a saucer-shaped vehicle
Grosch claimed that the United States had been in possession of unidentified flying objects since “the 1930s” and had been secretly engineering them and carrying out a public disinformation campaign to prevent details from being leaked publicly.
At one point during the first-of-its-kind hearing, Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) asked Grosch: “Personally, have you heard that anyone has been killed?”
“I have to be careful in answering that question,” Grosch said. I have directed people with this knowledge to the appropriate authorities.
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