UFO whistleblower claims US government has recovered 'non-human' biological material
A huge UFO bombshell has shaken the US as top investigative journalist Michael Shellenberger has reported that as many as 30 non-human craft have been recovered by intel officials.
The potential UFO bombshell comes amid national attention on the issue after a Congressional hearing on UAPs – government-speak for UFOs.
“Very, very senior people with high-security clearances were afraid to talk to me,” Shellenberger said on former Fox anchor Glenn Beck’s YouTube channel.
He continued: “I believe that if they had talked to me [publicly], it could have been very bad for them. They were straight up.
“There’s somewhere at least on the north side of a dozen retrieved non-human craft. I have other people that say it’s up to 30 and that’s all since World War II.”
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He noted that there was the potential to “finally get to the bottom” of the issue now that there is an interest among lawmakers in the US surrounding UFOs.
The comments come after a former intelligence official and US Air Force officer David Grusch told multiple media outlets that he had conversations with unnamed US officials which led him to believe the government maintained a secret UFO program.
Grusch went in front of Congress on July 26 2023 and claimed that he “was informed in the course of my official duties of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program to which I was denied access”.
He told House members that the US had retrieved “non-human” biological material from the crashes.
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However, several experts cast doubt on Grusch’s claims citing a lack of hard evidence for UFOs.
“One can state objectively that his claims are two steps removed from being Earth-shattering: not only has he not shared any verifiable evidence -photographs, artifacts, or any other manner of data – but he also has not personally seen or touched any of the objects he references,” John Semester of NASA’s UAP independent study team wrote in Boston University’s Alumni magazine.
He cited a famous quote by Carl Sagan: “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”
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