Off-World Updates: Pentagon officers and Senators say UFO’s are tampering with US nukes, have even fully disabled launch sites

Off-World Updates: Pentagon officers and Senators say UFO’s are tampering with US nukes, have even fully disabled launch sites

"This is not something that just a few crackpots are trying to make a big deal out of."

VicesApril 27, 2021 By Will Brendza

For whatever reason, UFO’s seem to have a serious interest our military’s nuclear capability — according to Pentagon officials and Senators. These things (whatever they are) have repeatedly been reported entering restricted airspace around ICBM sites, interfering with nuclear base systems and even disarming and disabling them entirely.

If that isn’t enough for someone to take interest in this bizarre phenomenon, then they’re a lost cause. Because, the US is the largest nuclear power on the planet: we have enough ICBM warheads to end life on Earth; to turn every continent into glass and create a nuclear winter that lasts for 10,000 years. The idea that someone or something has the ability to effortlessly invade our nuclear launch sites, which house the most advanced sensor equipment and defense systems on the planet, and tamper with them, is deeply disconcerting.

No matter where they come from — be it another dimension or another time, another planet, our oceans, Russia, China or Elon Musk’s backyard — the fact that this technology is so mind-bendingly beyond our own speaks to the urgency of this matter. Someone is demonstrating what’s called “beyond next generation capabilities” in our most sensitive airspace.

Which is a problem that Lue Elizondo, who ran the Pentagon's secretive Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) for a number of years, wants people to recognize. Elizondo has been making rounds on different mainstream media outlets recently, from Fox News to the Washington Post. And last week he expressed the seriousness of this issue to several different journalists.

“There seems to be a very distinct congruency between UAP, associated UAP activity and our nuclear technology, whether it be propulsion or weapon systems or whatnot.” He told NBC news. “And that’s concerning to the point where we’ve actually had some of our nuclear capabilities disabled by these things.”

He put that in the context of a foreign adversary: “If Russia or China had the ability to disable our nuclear strike capability or defense capability. That’s pretty significant. That’s a concern. For us. It should be.”

Indeed, if this phenomenon has a human, terrestrial source, it could mean big trouble for the US. We can’t compete with unidentifiable craft, using unknown propulsion technology, that can accelerate instantaneously to warp speeds, change direction without inertia and, apparently, that can disable nuclear launch sites.

Elizondo is right: that is a concern. And it’s one that both Senators Harry Reid and Marco Rubio have expressed themselves.

During a 2019 interview with George Knapp, Democratic Senator Reid said, “We have occurrences that are not disputed at some of our missile bases where the whole base was shut down. Apparently if they had been asked to fire a missile they couldn’t. No one knows how they did that.”

He went on to explain how military ships had communications die, when these “things” approached them in the water.

“So, this is not something that just a few crackpots are trying to make a big deal out of, this is something that we as a country should be involved in because I guarantee Russia’s involved, I guarantee China’s involved in it, and European countries, especially France has been involved in it.” Reid said.

That’s a notion that Republican Senator Marco Rubio agrees with. Likewise, when Rubio heard about some of the reports from military bases, it unsettled him to the point of speaking out.

“For me, there’s stuff flying over military installations and no one knows what it is, and it isn’t ours," Rubio told Fox News. "If stuff’s flying over the top of your most sensitive installations, and it’s not ours, and no one knows whose it is – you should find out who it is, and tell us."

Rubio (along with every UFO geek who’s been following this story) is eagerly awaiting a declassified report from the Pentagon about UFO’s, which is supposed to drop sometime in late June or early July. Rubio and Reid were both part of the Senate Intelligence Community who drafted a bill requiring the Pentagon release a report on UFO’s to the Senate — which passed in December with the omnibus spending bill.

While it might be declassified a few weeks later than promised, there’s a lot of anticipation surrounding that report. Some people say it’s going to finally be the great disclosure event that confirms aliens exist and they’re here on Earth; some people think it’s just going to be more denial and added confusion; while still others think it’s going to contain absolutely nothing notable whatsoever.

Whether or not the Pentagon actually tells us anything worthwhile when that report finally comes out, is anyone’s guess. But, the fact that our government has publicly acknowledged the UFO phenomenon is real and is admitting that these things have technological capabilities that put our most advanced military bases to shame and are even disabling our nuclear assets, is really big.

So big, in fact, it’s surprising that this isn’t making bigger headlines across the internet. Something is going on that we don’t understand, and that could change everything we know about our place in the universe or even here on Earth. Our government is making moves to tell us something: Pentagon officials and Senators are on the media circuit, drumming up interest, concern and attention for this topic. Videos, photos and documents are leaking or being released with increasing regularity.

This could be the biggest story of the millennia. Even if this is just the US military testing new toys, or China showing theirs off, these craft are defying our curent understanding of physics. If that technological breakthrough was made somewhere here on Earth, it’s about to change everything — and if it was made elsewhere, it changes everything anyway.