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Trump And UFOs

By Dave Scott: Host, Spaced Out Radio
The President of the United States has briefly weighed in on the hot button topic of UFOs.  Yes, this has become really real, folks.  Here we go.  In an exclusive ABC Interview with President Donald Trump, George Stephanopoulos, the President was asked point blank, on camera, his thoughts on all of this UFO hype we’ve seen recently, specifically with the United States Navy and its pilots that have had these brazen encounters.  In the video, you see President Trump lift his brows and grin, before speaking that he had indeed been briefed in on this matter?
The President was quoted as saying, “I want them to think whatever they think. I did have one very brief meeting on it. But people are saying they’re seeing UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly.”  Trump went on to state, “I think our great pilots would know. And some of them see things a little bit different from the past. … We’re watching, and you’ll be the first to know.”  As little as Trump verbalized, the magnitude of it can be looked at on a much grander scale.  Admitting he’s been briefed on the subject is YUGE!  Now, as to the extent of what Trump knows or cares about the entire UFO story, we’ll never know.  That’s Top Secret.  The intriguing fact that Stephanopoulos had the journalistic integrity to ask the President about it says this topic of UFOs is no longer on the fringe of societal topics.  We’re dealing with something real, and the most powerful man in the world is aware of it.  However, the idea that President Trump says he doesn’t believe in the phenomenon is obvious conjecture and posturing.  What’s he supposed to say?  There’s potentially national security at risk. 
Does this mean that Trump will be the ‘Disclosure’ President?
My opinion?  No it doesn’t.  At least not on this term as Commander In Chief.  With everything that’s going on in the world right now, including tensions now with Iran in the Middle East, there’s more local fish to fry.  But what makes this potential non-story, a big story is the timeline.  We’re nearly at the two month mark since the U.S. Navy announced their new guidelines for pilots and crew to report UAPs.  We’re a few weeks out from the Pentagon finally admitting they’ve been looking into the phenomenon, even though it’s obvious they’ve done so since Roswell.  Texas Senator, Ted Cruz, talking about protection from space pirates.  The latest leak that came out, which Grant Cameron was sitting on, then Richard Dolan broke, involving Admiral Wilson back in 2002 talking with scientists about UFOs, adds to it.  This week will also be one year anniversary of President Trump announcing the creation of the Space Force as the sixth arm of the United States military on June 18th.  The new service will be established by 2020, which, coincidentally, is the year that many ufologists believe is the year of ‘Disclosure’. Let’s also not forget about former Nevada Senator Harry Reid coming out earlier this year with his campaign to the U.S. Congress about creating funding for more research into advanced aerial threats.
Whether or not Trump personally believes in UFOs is irrelevant.  His military and alphabet agencies are taking this topic very seriously.  The idea that Trump has now commented publicly on the subject is where things get very interesting.  Remember way back, when then President Ronald Reagan made his famous statement to the United Nations?  “In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside, universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask you, is not an alien force already among us? What could be more alien to the universal aspirations of our peoples than war and the threat of war?”  When a President talks UFOs, no matter what he believes, it’s news.  Space is really the final frontier.  The majority of us have no clue what is really out there.  
People talking about the UFO phenomenon is reaching some high levels.  That’s a sign right there that we are getting closer to the secrets that need to be told.  There are those out there that will take the President at his word that he doesn’t believe in UFOs personally.  Think about it.  He has to say that.  There’s seventy two years of stories and secrets collected that he can’t give up, starting off with what happened at Roswell in 1947.  If Trump were to come out and say he believes in UFOs, that’s ‘Disclosure’.  He can’t do that. He can’t throw National Security out the window. Never mind what it would do with the public.  There’s a lot more to disclosing the UFO phenomenon than just saying ‘they’re 
Where do we go now?  That’s the fun part.  Nobody knows, except a very few who are controlling this directive and narrative have those answers.  The rest of us will patiently have to wait, and nibble on each tidbit they give us.
The opinions expressed in this article are of the writer and the writer only, and may not reflect the opinions of Spaced Out Radio and SOR Media Ventures Ltd.

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