Guy who ran Pentagon UFO program for a decade is ready to talk

The ground-breaking news that the US government has officially recognized recordings of “unidentified aerial phenomena” shot by US Navy aircraft made the nation wonder. Was it proof of extraterrestrial life? Luis Elizondo, the former Pentagon intelligence officer in charge of investigating these instances, reveals the interesting intel.

Elizondo addressed the claim that the flying objects were possibly created in the United States, China, or another country. The expert is certain that the objects were not created in the United States because the US has already stated that they were not made there. He went on to refute the claim that the items were created using foreign adversarial technology.

If this is proven to be true, it will be the biggest intelligence failure in US history, surpassing even the 9/11 attack. It would imply that some country has managed to conduct operations with technology superior to anything the US has ever had or presently has for more than 70 years. Furthermore, the country would have been able to operate freely in and around US restricted airspace.

Elizondo also brought up the issue of time. He discussed actual US government material from the early 1950s and 1960s that described the precise aircraft (now known as Tic Tac and observed by the Nimitz pilots in 2004). According to Elizondo, the concept that any country could produce the instantaneous acceleration and hypersonic technology in the 1950s is completely absurd.