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WATCH: Best UFO Footage EVER Caught On Camera?

The UFO topic has become one of the hottest issues in the mainstream news cycle. …

Numerous theories are currently competing to get to the bottom of the question: what exactly is the UFO/UAP phenomenon?

Some allege that these are foreign or deep-black drones, others believe they are all a part of some elaborate government false-flag operation known as “Project Bluebeam”, and still, others believe they are of extraterrestrial origin.

Personally, I don’t see why all three cannot be true simultaneously, with sightings fitting into each of the aforementioned buckets.

Joe Rogan’s Fight Companion recently shared this video from pilot Jorge Arteaga, in what is being described as the best footage of UFOs ever presented:

Here is a closeup of the object that some are saying is a flying saucer, while others claim it is simply a piece of a mylar balloon.

What do you think it is? Let us know below.

News Nation writes:

Though he said at the hearing that there hasn’t been data attained yet that suggests UFOs weren’t human-made, Kirkpatrick, director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, co-authored a draft paper last month with Harvard professor Avi Loeb that theorizes recent unidentified aerial phenomena could be “extraterrestrial technological probes” sent from a “parent craft.”

Either way, Loeb told “Morning in America” Thursday, the government cannot ignore these objects.

Below is a link to the full Congressional hearing on UFOs which begins around the 1:54:00 mark and under that is the footage of the metallic orb presented in this meeting.

Washington Examiner dissected the recent UFO hearing:

Reflecting the literal decades of witness reports and data sets indicating a small, unconventional class of highly advanced UFOs, Kirkpatrick was open-minded about an extraterrestrial hypothesis for a “single-digit” percentage of UFO reports that AARO is investigating.

He said that the scientific community plays “a very big role on [this investigative] end of the spectrum,” specifically in generating peer-reviewed theories as to how the United States might improve its detection and categorizing of possible breakthrough technologies.

But Kirkpatrick also stated clearly that AARO has “no credible evidence” of extraterrestrial activity that can yet explain these reports.


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