U.S. Intelligence Agencies Must Release All Of Their UFO Data By June 2021

When the $2.3 trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill was signed on December 27, 2020 the world as we know it may have changed. Along with extended unemployment benefits and stimulus checks for millions of Americans, the bill included (among other things) a stipulation that gave U.S. intelligence and defense agencies 180 days to reveal everything they know about UFOs. Which means by June 25, 2021, we may finally learn what truths are "out there."

The stipulation, listed in the Committee Comment section of the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, directs the Office of Naval Intelligence, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, and the FBI to provide a detailed and unclassified report that includes:

  • a detailed analysis of UFO data and intelligence
  • an interagency process of ensuring timely data collection
  • centralized analysis of all unidentified aerial phenomena and a designated official responsible for reporting this information to the Federal Government
  • identify any national security threats posed by UFOs
  • asses whether any of the nation's adversaries could be responsible for the activities

NOTE: While the report must be unclassified, it can contain a classified annex.

The last few years have seen a great deal of UFO activity around the globe, and the Pentagon has been surprisingly forthcoming about UFO activity that was once classified, going so far as to release "unidentified aerial phenomena" video clips to the public that are confirmed by the U.S. Navy to be genuine.

Some of top UFO stories of 2020:

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