UFO Conspiracy Investigated Because Of New Law

A new law passed last week, establishes a UFO conspiracy research task force, which for the first time, will address a famous 1945 incident in New Mexico.

By Jonathan Klotz | Published

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UFO sightings may have dramatically increased in the last year, but the phenomena has been occurring for decades, if not longer. Following recent government hearings, the Pentagon, defying conspiracy theories, has opened up about how common it is for pilots to report seeing unexplainable objects flying through the air. Reporting from the New York Post states that a new initative, part of the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, will require the Department of Defense and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to review every reported sighting since January 1st, 1945.

Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis) has been pursuing the truth behind UFO sightings, using his standing on the Armed Services Committee to help push through the new joint task-force. The first report from the joint DoD/ODNI review is to be submitted to Congress by June 2024. UFO enthusiasts will be anxiously awaiting the findings, as the date, January 1945 means that for the first time, a famous sighting from New Mexico will finally be acknowledged by the government, including a conspiracy cover-up.

This UFO sighting is not Roswell, and in fact, occurred years before the most famous sighting in world history. “Roswell before Roswell” occurred in August 1945, just outside of the Trinity Site, the location of the first atomic bomb test, when a B-52 pilot and tow young farmboys saw a communications tower bent by what is described as “a great force” with a large, white object on the ground nearby. The two children, ages 9 and 7, reported seeing beings moving around inside of the object, resulting in an often forgotten incident in the long-running UFO conspiracy.

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A reported UFO sighting by an Air Force pilot

Part of the DoD/ODNI review, written into law by Rep. Gallagher and signed off by President Biden, will also require researchers to identify the role of the United States government to obfuscate, manipulate public opinion, hide or otherwise provide inaccurate information. This upcoming review has the potential to bring real answers regarding an ongoing UFO conspiracy. In fact, with more information now being available about how prevalent UFO sightings have been, researchers have been able to show a strange connection: sightings are more common around nuclear power plants.

The August 1945 sighting occurred near the Trinity Site, the location of the first atomic bomb, providing yet another link between UFOs and nuclear power, which may yet give credence to the conspiracy. Back in 2005, NFL Quarterback Aaron Rodgers reported seeing a UFO near a nuclear power plant in New Jersey, while other sightings from Naval Pilots have been around aircraft carriers, which have small nuclear reactors powering them. In the new age of UFO research, now that the government is officially acknowledging their existence, there is no telling what report will prove that humans are not alone in the universe.

The new law will also require the DoD/ODNI review team to go through every eyewitness report submitted to the government, including the over 500 from American servicemembers. Now that the famous August 1945 sighting, reported by an Air Force pilot, is being investigated, there is no telling what further connections will be made to prior reports and civilian sightings. Rep. Gallagher is doing his part to break apart the UFO conspiracy, and while the general public knows more now than at any other time about the official records of the U.S. government regarding alien life, the truth is still out there.