Oh, look, another “alien visitors” whistle-blower. RedState scribe Nick Arama has the details:
A decorated former combat officer is coming forward with some explosive news that, if accurate, is truly historic — and it involves some disturbing politics as well.
David Charles Grusch has a very credible resume. He’s an Air Force veteran who worked in the National Reconnaissance Office and served as their representative to Congress’ Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force from 2019-2021. He also worked at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency from 2021 to July 2022 where he was the “co-lead of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) analysis and its representative to the task force, which was recently renamed the All Domain Anomaly Resolution Office.”
That sounds like he should have some idea of what he’s talking about when it comes to unidentified aerial phenomena.
Grusch filed a whistleblower complaint with Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) on classified information that he says proves the “recoveries of partial fragments through and up to intact vehicles have been made for decades through the present day by the U.S. government, its allies and defense contractors.”
OK. Let’s see some evidence. There isn’t any? What a surprise.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proofs, and Mr. Grusch has no proof. But that’s not the real stinger in this deal. Mr. Grusch describes a government-controlled conspiracy that spans generations, and would necessarily involve thousands, maybe (over time) tens of thousands, and not one person has smuggled out footage, photographs, a tissue or material sample, something that could be demonstrated to have extraterrestrial origins?
Color me skeptical.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proofs. Grusch has no proof. One of these cranks surfaces with claims like this every few years, and it seems each one is less credible than the ones before. Until there is some evidence, one can safely assume this is another one such.