The United States and Russia have fired at UFOs, a leading expert told The Sun “with 100% certainty,” despite officials’ claims to the contrary.
This question was posed to Scott Bray – the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence – during last Tuesday’s landmark congressional hearing on UFOs.
“And I guess we’ve never offloaded any weaponry against a UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon), have we?” Illinois Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi asked Bray:
“That’s right,” Bray replied,
The issue was dropped but the round trips remained with Jeremy Ravenwho spoke to The Sun after the hearing.
Corbell was a driving force behind the movement for Congress to hold this hearing and was the only citizen mentioned by name during the discussion.
“Mr. Corbell and others have been collecting data on this issue for years,” said Congressman Andre Carson.
Corbell disagrees with the denials made Tuesday.
“I can tell you with 100% certainty that we and other countries like Russia have shot UFOs,” Corbell told The Sun.
“And I speak recently and regularly with increased frequency.”
Corbell also claimed that witnesses in the hearing – Bray and Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie – seemed to dodge questions by saying they would discuss it in private session or got it wrong – including by disarming armaments.
“Witnesses were either misinformed, misinformed, or they were lying,” he said.
“I think they did the best they could within the parameters they had, but they were a bit silly on some issues.”
UFO PROOF BOMB
Corbell and investigative journalist George Knapp obtained and released a wealth of unseen and then-classified reports and visual evidence of UFOs corroborated by the Pentagon in May 2021.
The evidence included – among other things – Navy radar video, thermal imaging video and battleship deck video of the UFO swarm circling overhead in July 2019.
It “shook trees,” Corbell said.
Knapp believes government officials were “stunned by what they heard from military witnesses and veteran investigators.”
Coincidentally or not, the government released its preliminary UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) report a month later.
The June 2021 report included more than 140 unexplained military encounters dating back to 2004, but it didn’t seem to provide much information.
But Corbell read between the lines and said there were important takeaways from the report and called it a “turning point” in the public’s perception of UFOs.
First, he said, these incidents included physical objects that the U.S. government has admitted outmaneuver and maneuver larger U.S. weapons systems.
Second, Corbell said, the government admitted that what it saw was not secret US technology or technology known to US adversaries.
“Science fiction is now science fact,” Corbell said. “Human knowledge is growing a little every day, and that’s what we’re seeing now.”
Since the June 2021 report was made public, Bray told the hearing that there have been about 400 reports of UFO sightings.
“The stigma has been reduced,” Bray said. “We have also made progress in resolving the character of a limited number of UAP encounters.”
That’s part of why Congress held Tuesday’s hearing in public, though some responses were discussed behind closed doors.
It was still the first time Congress had held a public hearing on UFOs since 1969, when it announced the end of Project Blue Book, an Air Force program that investigated UFOs.
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