Senator warns of a “major counterintelligence threat” if UFO sightings are not taken seriously.
If UFOs aren’t treated properly, they might become a “major counterintelligence concern,” according to a US senator.
The “stigma” surrounding unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAPs), according to Florida Senator Marco Rubio, should not deter study. Sen. Rubio has requested a report on UAPs from the director of national intelligence by the end of the month.
“There’s a stigma on Capitol Hill,” he remarked on CBS’s 60 Minutes.
“I mean, some of my coworkers are genuinely engaged in this subject, while others, you know, giggle when you bring it up.
“However, I don’t believe we can let the stigma prevent us from finding a solution to a basic question.”
He emphasized that the United States must ensure that “it is not a foreign adversary capability, meaning… the Russians or the Chinese have created some technology.”
“It’s a big counterintelligence concern if that’s what it is,” the former speaker of the Florida House of Representatives remarked. That is something we want to take seriously.”
Mr. Rubio’s comments echo a former US Navy pilot’s warning about hundreds of UFOs in restricted airspace, which he described as a “security threat.”
Ex-official Lt Ryan Graves spoke on CBS’ 60 Minutes to describe how he witnessed “unidentified vessels” flying off the coast of Virginia every day for two years starting in 2019.
“To be honest, I’m concerned,” he remarked. It would be a major problem if they were tactical jets from another countries stationed in the area.