[NOTE: STEVE BASSETT ISSUED A CORRECTION ON THE UAP DISCLOSURE ACT. The UAP Disclosure Act remains in the 2024 NDAA. The pressure against the Act still appears to be real, however.]
Tracey and I are both in Covid recovery. For me, it wasn’t incapacitating, but it was an annoyance that slowed me down for a few days. I’ve now been negative for a few days while Tracey seems to get the longer cycle. Still, she is on the mend, too, I am happy to say.
Lots happening in the UAP/UFO news arena. I have three things on the agenda to discuss.
- The rumored possibility that the UAP Disclosure Act (the Schumer Amendment to the NDAA) is being threatened by two leading Republican members of the House – Rep. Mike Rogers and Rep. Mike Turner. In my treatment here I also failed to mention two other important people who are said to be trying to block the Schumer Amendment: Sen. Mitch McConnell and new Speaker of the House, Rep. Mike Johnson). I first learned about this from Steve Bassett, and here are three articles that link to this. One. Two. Three.
- A very interesting recent article by Christopher Mellon, which I have linked here.
- David Grusch just did a new interview with Joe Rogan. The entire interview is on Daily Motion! Link here.
In my video today, I discuss all three of these items in some detail.
I would very much be interested in your feedback on a few things. First, is the UAP Disclosure Act actually absent currently from the 2024 NDAA? This was told to me directly today by Steve Bassett. I was skeptical when he said this as I distinctly recall reading the Disclosure Act specifically within the NDAA. But perhaps I misremembered this. I need to double-check and frankly have yet to do so. So we can all look into this.
Secondly, I have some reactions to Mellon’s interesting article. He is always worth listening to, although I have a very different perspective on the reliability and good faith of the US government in properly executing the form of “controlled disclosure” that he is arguing for. It’s not that I don’t see his point – UFO/UAP realities are powerful. Do you simply rip off the bandaid, or perhaps go through a controlled process, a bit more slowly? That works for me, in theory, if you have a government that is actually working with you in good faith. To me, that is the missing part of the whole equation. I don’t see that.
In fact, it’s my opinion that virtually the entire UFO community — at least those who are most vocal — bend over backwards to act like “patriots” and essentially kiss up to the National Security State, as if that institution were wearing the White Hat. I just don’t see it that way. I see Washington essentially wearing the Black Hat in most of the current global drama these days, as well as within the UFO subject. However, I do acknowledge there are many complexities to all this.
And the Grusch interview was, overall, quite candid and refreshing. That’s my take on it. He also seems too trusting of our national government, however. Would like to know what you think.
I’ll be back tomorrow with a FCP!