White House Responds To UFO Sightings With A Classic Alien Movie
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated, multiple times, that as much as she loves E.T., there was nothing alien about the objects shot down over the weekend.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had to stand in front of a room of reporters and publicly say that there was “no indication” of alien activity from the multiple UFO sightings over the weekend. She repeated herself a few times while making the statement so that it was clear to everyone that the objects shot down around the world where not alien visitors. In closing her statement, Jean-Pierre says “I loved E.T. the movie, but I’m just going to leave it there.”
After the laughter subsided over her initial statement, and just before the E.T. comment, a male voice can be heard from the White House Press Corps asking, “would you tell us if they were?” Any UFO enthusiast would respond to that question by saying, “no, she would not tell us.” It was not until very recently that the United States government officially recognized UFO sightings as something that happens on a fairly regular basis.
E.T. was a massive blockbuster in the 80s, holding the title of “highest-grossing film of all time” for 11 years, losing the crown to Jurassic Park. In steven Spielberg’s second alien feature, a strange being gets separated from its friends and ends up living with a 10-year old boy. Eventually the boy and his friends help E.T. get back to his ship by evading government agents that want to give a poor first impression of humanity to an advanced civilization.
Unless a civilization arrives like in V with gigantic screens and a way to get a message out to the entire planet, there will always be doubts that the government is telling us the truth. Almost every White House Press Secretary post-World War 2 has had to stand up at some point and deny the existence of aliens. It’s almost a rite of passage among the elite group and even if, at some point, one of them admits that first contact has been made, how many people would trust what they have to say?
John Kirby, National Security Council coordinator, addressed reporters earlier in the day saying “I don’t think the American people need to worry about aliens with respect to these craft. Period. There’s nothing more to be said on that.” All of the official communication from the White House has been along those same lines, but again, if E.T. taught us anything, the government wants to cover-up the existence of extra-terrestrial life.
If humanity is lucky then the first species to touch down on our planet will be similar to E.T. and not say, the water-hungry aliens from Independence Day, or the water-phobic aliens from Signs. Futurists and astrophysicists have long warned that any visitors from outside of our galaxy would likely result in the destruction of the human race. Which lends credence to the common consensus that no, the White House will never be the ones to tell us UFOs are delivering aliens to our planet.
Despite the growing acceptance of reporting, and acknowledging, UFO sightings the government always gives the impression that they are holding back information. White House Press Secretaries are functionally the mouthpiece for the administration meaning they will never be truthful regarding UFOs or alien life. At least everyone can agree that E.T. is a great movie.