When I finished watching this video interview, my first thought was that the Pentagon is disclosing what it knows about UFO/UAP’s by using carefully selected spokesmen who are not, at present anyway, on its payroll. This gives the Pentagon a veneer of plausible deniability.
First came Luis Elizondo and Christopher Mellon. Both former highly-placed insiders now bound by non-disclosure agreements. Videos were leaked to them and released to the public, but only after they had been confirmed and such release permitted by the Pentagon.
And now we have Ross Coulthart in this video interview loaded with juicy intel provided by Pentagon (and other) “sources.” He’s not a former Pentagon insider, but he is an authority figure in the Australian media (which once again gives the DOD a comfortable distance from the subject being discussed).
Disclosure by proxy?
You decide. Here’s the video:
We’ll see if this old maxim is true. That said, it is hard to imagine a bunch of Congressmen and Senators being able to conceal something as explosive as the truth about UFO/UAPs.
A raised eyebrow, a furrowed forehead, a smirk…a wink and a nod. And all that alcohol-fueled pillow talk.
Well, here it comes:
On Wednesday, members of the House Intelligence Committee received a classified briefing with U.S. Navy and FBI officials on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), which some of the lawmakers have said may represent a threat to national security.
The briefing came in advance of the release of a highly anticipated report, which looked at more than 100 instances of what have been classed as unidentified aerial objects observed by the military.
Foreknowledge of Wednesday’s briefing was first learned of by CNN, who noted that UFOs have recently become an issue that government officials have struggled to remove “from the world of science fiction and consider its actual national security implications.”
The briefing with members of the House Intelligence was conducted within a sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF), according to Fox News.
Source: The Debrief