A Tennessee congressman who claims to have seen compelling evidence that UFOs are extraterrestrials claims the craft appear to “defy physics as we know it.”
Republican Tim Burchett believes there is no question that objects in the skies are not from this Earth and have the ability to fly underwater and never leave traces of heat.
Burchett, who is the House Oversight Committee that oversees UFO hearings, classified images have been shown that have not yet been made public.
The congressman told the Event Horizon podcast this week that “we’ve been dealing [with government coverups] since 1947, probably since around 1897 in what was the Aurora Texas ‘UFO crash’.
‘They [extraterrestrial craft] it can travel light years or at speeds that we have seen defy physics as we know it,” Burchett said during the podcast.
‘They can fly underwater and don’t show a trace of heat. We couldn’t fight them even if we wanted to.
Republican Tim Burchett urges the US government to be honest with Congress and the public about the strange sightings in the skies. He said that he is 100 percent sure that he has seen convincing evidence of UFOs.
Burchett believes that secrecy comes down to power, corruption, and the influence of money.
The statements appear to build on those made by the Pentagon whistleblower who claimed this month that the United States has run a top-secret UFO recovery program for decades, and that some of the “non-human intelligence” discovered is malevolent and has even killed humans. .
David Grusch served 14 years in the Air Force, where he said other people involved told him about the program.
Grusch is a decorated combat officer from Afghanistan who went on to work for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).
In interviews and classified briefings on Capitol Hill, Grusch has said that the US and other nations are also engaged in a top-secret “80-year arms race” to arm crashed UFOs.
‘The existence of complex historical programs involving the coordinated recovery and study of exotic materials, dating back to the early 20th century, should no longer remain a secret,’ in Grusch’s opinion.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio also revealed that he had been approached by several high-ranking government officials with high-level security clearances who said they had “first-hand” knowledge of UFO programs.
Grusch has claimed that the information he received was illegally withheld from Congress as the military, intelligence community and his private contractors rushed to take advantage of the technology quietly.
And this is what Burchett and his colleagues hope to overcome in the upcoming UFO hearings.
‘We no longer need to finance anyone. Let’s just release the reports, let’s leave the redacted reports that look like Swiss cheese with everything bleached or darkened, and just give us all the information and let the American public decide,’ he said, speaking with event horizonHost John Michael Godier.
Burchett claims that crafts defy physics. They have abilities to fly underwater and never leave a trace of heat.
Burchett made the remarks on a recent podcast, claiming the government is aware of the technology and has been hiding it since the 1890s when a news clipping described an “airship” crashing out of the sky.
‘We can handle it. Stop with the arrogance. Enough with the corruption. Let’s get it all out there.
He went on to explain that if these otherworldly beings have technology unlike anything we know of on Earth, then ‘they’ could ‘turn us into a coal briquette’.
“We are out of our league,” the congressman continued. We couldn’t fight them like we wanted. That’s why I don’t think they are a threat to us, or would have been already.
Burchett made the remarks on a recent podcast, saying the government is aware of the technology and has been hiding it since the 1890s when a news clipping described an “airship” crashing out of the sky.
When asked if the strange things we see in the skies could affect national or global security because he’s not of this world, the congressman was quick to reply: “100 percent, without a doubt.”
The statements appear to build on those made by Pentagon whistleblower David Grusch, who claimed that the United States has run a top-secret UFO recovery program for decades, and that some of the “non-human intelligence” discovered is malevolent and has even killed humans.
Burchett is certain there is a massive government cover-up going back to that incident in Texas, which claimed that an aircraft fell out of the sky.
The newspaper clipping says that locals saw a blimp taking to the skies at six in the morning, traveling ‘only 10 or 12 miles per hour’.
The report claims that it flew over the public square and crashed into a windmill, where it broke apart ‘in a terrifying explosion’.
The clipping goes on to explain that a single pilot was on the ship and his remains were badly disfigured, but not enough to know that he was ‘not an inhabitant of this world’.
TJ Weems, a US signal service officer, claimed that he was a native of the planet Mars.
The news clipping ends with a note about the pilot’s funeral taking place the next day and the remains are said to be buried in the city.
However, a 1980 Time magazine interview with Etta Pegues, an 86-year-old Aurora resident, claimed that the reporter made up the story to attract tourists to the city.
The disputed story echoes what happened in Roswell, New Mexico in 1974: it was claimed that a UFO crashed, but the story was later denied.
“Anyone who can connect the dots with Roswell is not alive to do that,” said Burchett, who said the evidence of the accident may have been turned over to a private company to keep secret.
He explained that billion-dollar corporations have similar capabilities to the United States government.
“So if the government gave them something 60 years ago, you know, let’s say they took something back and turned it over to a company, and it’s easier to keep it secret this way than it is to keep it inside the government,” the congressman said.