It's been a while since we've had the chance to dive headfirst into the latest UAP controversy but just when you thought it was safe to take off your tinfoil hat, put it back on... congressional hearings happened today.

Since we last jumped into the UAP (UFO) discussion, there hasn't been much in new information to discuss.

Today Is Different

Today, May 17, 2022, congress got involved again by holding the first Congressional Subcommittee hearing on the subject since 1966.

Remember when Project Bluebook wrapped up and the Airforce basically said, yeah, there's nothing to this, they had investigated over 12,600 sightings between 1947 and 1969. Of those investigations, 701 could not be explained.

This morning a 90-minute public hearing took place in front of the House Intelligence Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation Subcommittee. (Now that's a mouthful) It was then followed by a closed-door session. That's the one in which I want to be a fly on the wall.

While we have no idea what was discussed in the closed-door session, there was plenty to chew on during the public portion. for instance, the over 400 reports in recent years. Yes, I said "400 reports". It's in the video.

Congrassional Hearing UAP - May 17 - CNet YouTube
Congrassional Hearing UAP - May 17 - CNet YouTube

I have only just begun to watch this unfold myself, but I will watch it, in its entirety later today. If you wish to view the whole thing here is your video link.

Enjoy, we will discuss this further in the morning.

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Yeah, and that's not all of them either.

Yes, I have a tin foil hat... doesn't everyone? JimWeaver
Yes, I have a tinfoil hat... doesn't everyone? JimWeaver

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