Aliens Are Real, But Does Anyone Really Even Care?
Just two days ago, the opening line of a story right here on this website, about the testimony from a former US Intelligence agent to Congress, just blew me away!
A government whistleblower told a U.S. House committee on Wednesday that the government has collected "non-human" biological remains at suspected UFO crash sites.
The story went on to elaborate on this earth shattering revelation:
Former US Intelligence Agent David Grusch told the committee that we are not alone in the universe when he explained to the House committee that investigations into crash sites have led to agents recovering "non-human biological pilots," though he said he could not go into further detail.
The minute I read that, I just knew I had finally gotten the confirmation I've desired for years. Under my breath I mumbled, "I knew it! They are finally telling the truth about all this stuff."
This news only further cements the validity of stories we have received in the very recent past, including the news of "leaked photos", a former Israeli Space Chief's confirmation that aliens exist, and the discovery of a "weird molecule" that may point to alien life.
Why Aren't People Screaming This From The Rooftops?
What I didn't understand is why this story was somewhat buried by mainstream media. It should be on the front page of every website, newspaper, magazine and tabloid on God's green earth.
Yet, it's something you really have to do some digging to get any info. Do people not understand? The US Government has just admitted that WE ARE NOT ALONE!
Is This Possibility So Foreign To Us In Louisiana That We Can't Believe It?
Thinking that here in Louisiana maybe our population is more skeptical about the possibility of extra-terrestrial life because we've just never had sightings to make us feel like those in other areas, I was completely shocked to find that according to the website for the National UFO Reporting Center, there have been over 1,100 reported sightings in Louisiana, with some as recently as April of this year and some from as early as the 1940's. Lots of these have been from right here in North Louisiana.
So, for the masses, maybe this news isn't as big as the heat wave in Phoenix, but rest assured, I'm practicing my Nanu Nanu.
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