Tucker Carlson’s Weekend Segment on UFOs Suggests the Truth Has Been Here
Is Disclosure on the horizon? On Saturday, the Pentagon released an extraordinary piece of footage showing a spherical object of unknown origin – traveling at thousands of miles per hour while instantaneously changing direction or stopping – appearing on the radar screens inside the USS Omaha’s Combat Information Center on July 15, 2015.
Fox News personality Tucker Carlson was so astonished at what was recorded and kept under wraps by the United States military – which for generations has been accused of covering up the truth surrounding the existence of extraterrestrial beings far more technologically sophisticated than we are and whether those entities have been visiting Earth throughout all of recorded human history – that he dedicated a portion of Tucker Carlson Tonight to the topic.
And it was worth it.
“As far as we know, the UFO in question was never recovered. There was no material indicating a crash. More than that, we don’t know,” Carlson said.
His guest, Washington Examiner columnist Tom Rogan, confirmed that “we may well be looking at a true unknown, which is to say, intelligently controlled machinery that is not understood to be in the possession of the United States, Russia, or China, which are the three most advanced countries in terms of military aviation.”
Intriguingly, albeit cryptically, Rogan went on to say that “this continuing trend of truly unexplained things is coming into the public consciousness more than they have before,” suggesting that the armed forces are having close encounters with vehicles from someplace other than Earth on a pretty steady basis.
The Pentagon has independently admitted as much.
Logan then dove into the subject of UFOs (for which scientists have updated the technical nomenclature to “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena”) that are witnessed speeding down from the atmosphere into the ocean. These are known as Unidentified Submerged Objects – USOs – and are even more baffling than proverbial flying saucers due to what should be impossible maneuvering.
Nuclear submarines in particular have had numerous run-ins with craft traveling at “hundreds of knots” deep below the surface of the sea going back decades, Logan noted.
Although this was not brought up on Carlson’s show, there are scores of accounts of UFOs/UAPs appearing or materializing over storage silos that held intercontinental ballistic missiles fitted with nuclear warheads. In some instances, the weapons were deactivated remotely at the same time that the sightings occurred. Dozens of facilities were affected, and the activity reached its zenith at the height of the Cold War.
To date, no one has been able to adequately explain what these UAP/UFO/USOs really are, where (or when) they are from, who is operating them, their means of propulsion, or how they seem to be capable of violating the known laws of physics. As far as why they are here, theories range from mere curiosity to top secret exchanges of technology to whoever they are desperately trying to stop humanity from destroying itself.
Logan’s analysis, along with the compelling and enigmatic evidence that keeps emerging, suggests that whatever is going on, it ain’t us.