Whistleblower accuses Pentagon of hiding alien creatures, spaceships
Despite never having personally witnessed the ETs or their craft, US Air Force veteran David Grusch is adamant about their existence.
Former US Air Force intelligence officer and whistleblower David Grusch claimed to NewsNation on Monday that the Pentagon is hiding "quite a number" of alien spaceships that have crashed and even dead extraterrestrial beings.
The Pentagon's Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) task force has been denied access to the crash retrieval program because it is so top-secret. For decades, the program has been engaged in "retrieving non-human-origin technical vehicles," according to Grusch.
By their form and the materials they are constructed of, some are different from human-built craft, he continued, with "unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures."
"Naturally when you recover something that’s either landed or crashed, sometimes you encounter dead pilots," he told NewsNation.
Grusch acknowledged to NewsNation that he had never actually seen any of the spacecraft or their otherworldly operators, despite having worked as the National Reconnaissance Office's liaison to the UAP Task Force from 2019 to 2021 and then conducting UAP analysis for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Instead, he asserted that "plenty of current and former senior intelligence officers that came to me, many of which I knew almost my whole career," had "confided in me" on their involvement in the program.
He stated, "They told me, based on their oral testimony, and they provided me documents and other proof that there was a program the UAP task force" that even people with Top Secret/SCI security clearances, like himself, were "not let into."
He stated that he was now convinced after reading this, adding that they are "definitely not alone. Absolutely the data points empirically [sic], we’re not alone."
Grusch said in an interview for The Debrief that he filed a whistleblower complaint with Congress, in which he claimed that he underwent illegal retaliation for sharing what he knew about the UFO crash retrieval program with lawmakers and the Intelligence Committee Inspector General.
However, due to national security, he was unable to divulge that knowledge to the general public, he claimed.
The Pentagon claimed in a statement released in response to the revelation that its own All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) had not found "verifiable information to substantiate claims that any programs regarding the possession or reverse-engineering of extraterrestrial materials have existed in the past or exist currently."
The initiative Grusch described, however, works with greater secrecy than AARO.
He claimed that the fact that Americans were mostly in the dark about the purported extraterrestrial visitors was the result of a "sophisticated disinformation campaign targeting the US populace which is extremely unethical and immoral."