U.S. senators outraged that the military is not serious about UFOs

(ORDO NEWS) — It turns out that some lawmakers are angry that the military is not taking UFO sightings more seriously.

According to a new report in Politico, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York State has publicly expressed her frustration with the way the U.S. government is handling UFO reports and said lawmakers need to learn more about the context behind what the government is trying to rename “unidentified aerial phenomena” (NVYa formerly UFO).

“Senator Gillibrand thinks the Department of Defense needs to take this matter much more seriously and act,” one aide told the news outlet.

“They have had enough time to implement these important provisions, and they must show us that they are ready to deal with this issue in the long term.”

While not every UAP is something of interest – a rock thrown high enough would technically be a UAP if the observer didn’t know it was a rock – Gillibrand is not alone. Politico reports that very thirsty Florida Senator Marco Rubio feels the same way and wants more data on the UAP.

For a long time, observations of unidentified rubbish in the sky were the lot of crazy people, and even now in most cases they remain so.

But in 2017, they gained some credibility when the New York Times published a sensational report detailing Pentagon funding for an investigation into some of the hard-to-explain videos taken by fighter pilots.

This eventually led to the long-awaited “UFO report” by the US military, which, unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your point of view, turned out to be very boring.


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