Most of those who have followed this issue for a while are well aware of what this headline is referring to (see here: Malmstrom AFB incident). But the Washington Post is exposing its readers to this and the entire developing UFO/UAP story. Here’s the transcript of the interview of Lue Elizondo by Jackie Alemany at the Washington Post:
Transcript: UFOs & National Security with Luis Elizondo….
What follows is an assessment of the above interview by NewsMax today,
Jacqueline Alemany, the Post’s congressional correspondent, asked Elizondo about UFO sightings above secret nuclear weapons facilities, and whether the government had considered utilizing nuclear-powered naval fleets to lure these kinds of things for further study.
“That is one of the concerns we have from a national security perspective, that there does seem to be some sort of congruency or some sort of intersection between these UAP or UFO sightings and our nuclear technology with nuclear propulsion, nuclear power generation, or nuclear weapons systems,” Elizondo said.
After saying other countries have seen similar incidents, Elizondo added, “In this country, we’ve had incidents where these UAPs have interfered and actually brought offline our nuclear capabilities.”
Elizondo said some people might hear that and conclude, “whatever this is, is something that is peaceful.” He added that isn’t true necessarily,
“We also have data suggesting that in other countries these things have interfered with their nuclear technology and actually turned them on, put them online,” he said. “So that is equally, for me, just as concerning. I think that there is certainly at this point enough data to demonstrate there is an interest in our nuclear technology, a potential to even interfere with that nuclear technology.”
UPDATE RE: THE ELIZONDO/ALEMANY INTERVIEW (6:20 pm EST).
We have been parsing the Elizondo/Alemany interview (it is revealing) and our bottom line is that it is another fine Elizondo interview with Lue being Lue. There was no single piece of new evidence introduced but in terms of the big picture, Lue seems to be making his own big reveal. Nearly all his time was spent explaining what he calls the third option (i.e., it isn’t U.S. technology and it isn’t an adversary–Russia/China). As Lue says (and this is the third option),
“[W]e are quite convinced that we’re dealing with a technology that is multigenerational, several generations ahead of what we consider next generation technology…”
“[T]his could be something from outer space, inner space, or frankly the space in between. There’s a lot of options out there. This could be something that is extra hyper-dimensional. Now I don’t mean extradimensional in a woo-woo sense. I mean, extradimensional in a quantum physics sense. We know that the universe is full of shortcuts and loopholes.”
Unless we’re reading it wrong, Lue is making himself pretty clear here.
Read the entire interview at The Washington Post.