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WATCH: Expert Says UFOs Are Absolutely Not U.S. Made

Congress recently had its second historic hearing on UFOs in over 50 years.

As you can expect, nothing much was said. …However, what was exciting was a new video that Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick shared of what appeared to be a flying metallic orb:

Here is a close-up shot of the orb, captured by a U.S. Reaper drone sometime in 2022, over a conflict zone in Iraq, that has been likened to an identical object known as the “Mosul orb.”

Film maker Jeremy Corbell claims that no such craft are present in the U.S. inventory, nor are they Russian or Chinese. …

According to Corbell, all of these countries are reportedly firing on the same UAP/UFOs—indicating that they belong to no one—I’ll let you come to your own conclusions.

If you want to see the hearing in its entirety, follow the link in the tweet below, the hearing begins around the 1:54:00 mark—yes, they were that late to their own meeting.

Fox News had more on the orb and the recent UFO hearing:

“This is essentially all the data we have of this event,” said Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO). “It’s going to be virtually impossible to fully identify that just based off that video.”

The 2022 Middle East orb is considered an “unresolved case,” Kirkpatrick told lawmakers, and the footage reminded Jeremy Corbell of the “Mosul Orb,” a similar-looking metallic orb recorded by a U.S. spy plane flying over Mosul, Iraq, in 2016.



Daily Mail provided some numerical data from the hearing:

Kirkpatrick revealed statistics gleaned from AARO’s UFO cases from 1996 to the present day, describing ‘typically-reported UAP characteristics’ including ‘round, atypical orientation’; 1-4 meter size; white, silver and translucent color; altitudes of 10,000 to 30,000 ft; and speeds ranging from stationary to Mach 2 (1,534 mph).

Typically there was ‘no thermal exhaust detected’ from the objects and they were caught only intermittently on 8-12 GHz radar and 1-3 GHz or 8-12 GHz radio.

Kirkpatrick presented a map of ‘reported-UAP hotspots’ showing concentrations on the US East and West coasts, the Middle East around Iraq, and the Sea of Japan between Japan, South Korea and North Korea.


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