U.S. intelligence and military veteran David Grusch disclosed that he shared top-secret documents with the Intelligence Community’s inspector general and members of Congress. According to him, Congress has been improperly kept in the dark because some programs have retrieved craft of no human origin.
In a recent interview, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) claimed that, in addition to the charges brought up by UFO whistleblower David Grusch, many government personnel had made revelations to Congress concerning unexplained sightings in the sky.
On Monday, Rubio said people had come forward to Congress with charges over the last few years. Rubio is the vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and he’s seen an uptick, which could be due to whistleblower protection.
Rubio says it’s the job of Congress to gather as much of that information as they can, and they are proceeding cautiously.
It’s true that some of them still have government jobs, but, as Rubio put it, many of them are fearful and afraid of losing their jobs, careers, and clearances, and some are afraid of harm.
Rubio remarked, referring to some of the whistleblowers’ information, that it’s first-hand knowledge, and they hold high positions in our government and clearances.
Senator Rubio said that some of the persons who have come forward to his committee might be the same officials mentioned by Grusch as having direct knowledge of the operation.
Three weeks ago, Grusch made his public debut, and since then, senators on Capitol Hill have begun looking into the possibility that the U.S. government is concealing knowledge regarding extraterrestrial craft. In light of the recent charges, several representatives have proposed holding a hearing in the House.
Provisions in the proposed fiscal 2024 Intelligence Authorization Act jeopardize funding for projects dealing with unexplained anomalous events, which have not been sufficiently reported to Congress or the director of AARO. This might lead to more disclosures. Additionally, it aims to ensure that contractors who report on such schemes are shielded from legal repercussions.
Since some of the allegations are unlike anything legislators have ever faced, Rubio said he is withholding judgment for now.
But, he said, you wonder what the incentive would be for so many people to come forward and make something up. These are highly credentialed, severe people.