Former Astronaut And Senator Who Now Works For NASA Thinks We Are Not Alone. He Believes UFO’s Might Be Real After Reading Intelligence Report.

It’s one thing to hear a crack pot with a ham radio and no running water on his property say he believes in UFO’s, it’s another when it’s one of the leaders of NASA. 

Administrator Bill Nelson read the US intelligence community’s report on UAP’s, (unidentified aerial phenomena) and he’s leaning towards believing we’ve got company somewhere out there in space. 

Oh, here something else he shed a light on that might or might not be good news; he said the launch of a new telescope later in the year could spot more planets that might be housing aliens. 

So here’s Nelson’s bonafides. He’s a former astronaut to start with, which is impressive enough. He also served as Florida’s senior senator for years before bringing his talents to NASA. 

There was an unclassified copy of the intelligence report that was released to the public Friday.  It confirmed 140 UAP sightings over the past few years. 

Johnson offered his thoughts on the report, which he read. “Yes, I’ve seen the classified report. It says basically what we thought. We don’t know the answer to what those Navy pilots saw, they know that they saw something, they tracked it, they locked their radar onto it, they followed it, it would suddenly move quickly from one location to another.” 

He went on to talk about his convos with people who have had sightings. 

”… I talked to the Navy pilots, when we were briefed in the Senate Armed Services Committee, and my feeling is that there is clearly something there. It may not necessarily be an extraterrestrial, but if it is a technology that some of our adversaries have, then we better be concerned.”

About this telescope. It’s called the James Webb telescope, and it becomes operational in November.  Expect some potentially stunning discoveries, including the possibility of new planets.  

With life?  Maybe!

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