UFO report to be published in 180 days thanks to US relief bill – Aliens ‘not ruled out’

UFO: Nick Pope discusses hypothesis 'leaks'

The UFO report may be the soft disclosure ET enthusiasts have been waiting for since the US Pentagon officially acknowledged video footage of multiple unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) filmed in 2004 and 2015. Although it is unclear how much the report will reveal, Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the MOD, thinks the “extraterrestrial hypothesis” has not been ruled out just yet. The news follows President Donald Trump signing a £1.7trillion ($2.3trillion) Covid-19 emergency relief bill last week.

The bill was primarily aimed at providing financial support to those affected by the coronavirus pandemic but a number of unrelated laws have made their way into the 5,600-page document.

Among them is a law calling on the US’s intelligence services to present the US Senate intelligence committee with a report on UFOs in 180 days.

According to the bill, the report must include a “detailed analysis of unidentified aerial phenomenon data and intelligence reporting collected or held” by the country’s intelligence agencies.

The report must also identify “any incidents or patterns that indicate a potential adversary may have achieved breakthrough aerospace capabilities that could put United States strategic or conventional forces at risk.”

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The possible outcomes of the report are twofold and not necessarily linked to extraterrestrials.

On the one hand, the report might shed more light on what many believe are incidents of UFOs taking to our skies.

On the other hand, the report might reveal the technological capabilities of foreign militaries, such as Russia and China.

Mr Pope, who appeared on the Tucker Carlson show, said: “Well it’s interesting because Senator Marco Rubio said he would almost rather this was alien because if it turns out to be China or Russia, then we’re in big trouble because the sorts of speeds and manoeuvres and accelerations that these objects are capable of really is concerning. I hope that we’re going to find out about that.

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“It’s interesting just before Christmas there were some leaks.

“Sitting in Office of Naval Intelligence is an organization called the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Taskforce. They’re probably the ones drafting this report.

“Some leaks suggest they have not ruled out the extraterrestrial hypothesis.”

Mr Pope was asked whether the report could bring to light physical evidence, such as high-tech materials the UFO expert branded “meta-materials”.

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He said: “I’ve heard talk of so-called meta-materials, and I think this report will really have to disclose.

“I mean what the intelligence committee wants to know is – everything in government is fragmented – they want to know who knows what, they want a single official named and put in charge of all of this.

“And this is going to include the FBI by the way, as well the military and the intelligence community. We want answers.”

In April this year, the US Pentagon released three videos of supposed UFOs that have been previously leaked on the internet.

The Pentagon said the grainy footage was published in a bid to “clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real or whether or not there is more to the videos”.

The three videos show what US pilots saw during training flights in 2004 and 2015.

In one video, which appears to show objects darting through the sky, a pilot is heard saying: “Look at that thing, dude. It’s rotating.”

The Department of Defense said at the time: “The aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as ‘unidentified’.”

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