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CIA Whistleblowers Come Forward, Name Group In Charge Of UFO Crash Retrievals

Thanks to the reporting of journalists at Daily Mail, one more story has come out that lends further credibility to the allegation that the United States government is running a clandestine UFO crash retrieval program.

UFOs that are potentially made by a non-human intelligence—not tech from some foreign adversary, not ‘exotic’ drones.

The UFO whistleblowers claim that the Office of Global Access (OGA) is the division of the CIA tasked with UFO crash retrievals, though the organization also carries out routine missions to recover rogue nuclear weapons and enemy technology.

This routine work accounts for most of the Office of Global Access’ missions; however, a small percentage of their work does entail UFO/UAP crash retrievals, the whistleblowers said.

According to the Daily Mail report, the OGA has recovered at least 9 craft, 7 of which are damaged or only partially intact, while 2 are fully intact craft.

Clayton Morris of Redacted and those within the UFO community dissected the earth-shattering report:

Daily Mail revealed:

The source said the CIA has a ‘system in place that can discern UFOs while they’re still cloaked,’ and that if the ‘non-human’ craft land, crash or are brought down to earth, special military units are sent to try to salvage the wreckage.

Another source with knowledge of the OGA’s role said that they specialize in allowing the US military to secretly access areas around the world where they would usually be ‘denied’ – for example behind enemy lines.

Tucker Carlson recently sat down with Rep. Tim Burchett to discuss the UFO/UAP topic and disclosure efforts around one of humanity’s age-old questions.

Newsweek explained:

Witnesses testified to Congress during a session of the House Oversight Committee in late July that the government had been aware of non-human activity since the 1930s.

A congressional probe was launched after Grusch told NewsNation, following an article on the same subject in The Debrief, that the government had retrieved several “non-human origin technical vehicles,” some of which contained “dead pilots.”


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