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How The COVID-19 Bill Just Started A UFO Disclosure CountdownThis Is What Happened After A Fighter Pilot Chased After A UFO


As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches another wave, the bill signed to give more Americans relief will also inadvertently give the public answers to one of their biggest questions.

 Did aliens already land on Earth 


Among stipulations that the

 government spends $2.3 trillion 

on financial relief to taxpayers, restrict evictions, enact student loan interest deferment, and additional small-business loans is a commitment from the Senate Intelligence Committee directing the Defense Department to present a report on "unidentified aerial phenomena (also known as anomalous air vehicles)." So, you know, aliens. The department has 180 days from the spending bill's enactment to report to the committee, reported


. The request is not in the 5,593-page stimulus bill but attached to the annual intelligence budget rolled into it, according to a posting

 on the Senate's website 


The Senate Committee, chaired by Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, requested the report because there is not enough information on unidentified aerial vehicles, which they believe could be a threat. "The Committee remains concerned that there is no unified, comprehensive process within the Federal Government for collecting and analyzing intelligence on unidentified aerial phenomena, despite the potential threat. The Committee understands that the relevant intelligence may be sensitive; nevertheless, the Committee finds that the information sharing and coordination across the Intelligence Community has been inconsistent, and this issue has lacked attention from senior leaders," the committee said in the intelligence budget.

It's not the first time Congress got involved with UFOs


Lawmakers have asked for information on potential threats from unidentified vehicles before.

 The New York Times 

revealed in 2017 that the department had a secretive group, funded upon request of Congress, that was studying the dangers of UFOs. The department claimed the group, called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, shut down in 2012. The group was renamed the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force and is now working under the Office of Naval Intelligence.

Earlier in 2020, the Department of Defense officially released

 videos shot by Navy pilots 

showing several unidentified aerial phenomena.Newsweeksaid the program's former head believes there are more videos of these objects at the department. They probably also

 investigated other sightings 


Despite the formal request, there's still a possibility that information on UFOs could still be withheld, wrote

 The Debrief 

. The report is not bound by law, and the Senate does not have the authority to declassify information for the public.

So thanks to the COVID-19 relief bill, we might get a little bit more information on UFOs. We always knew the truth was out there.

This Is What Happened After A Fighter Pilot Chased After A UFO


On October 1, 1948, World War II veteran fighter pilot George F. Gorman, then serving in the North Dakota Air National Guard, decided to get in some night flying practice while the conditions were ideal. Gorman was soaring along in his P-51 Mustang, reports


, when he encountered something he'd never seen before: a glowing white orb.

Being such an oddity, Gorman flew closer to the orb to check it out. He reports that the orb was blinking on and off until he came close to the object, at which point it remained a steady white. Gorman estimated the object was roughly six to eight inches in diameter. The object must have sensed the plane's presence somehow, because it banked sharply to the left when Gorman approached it.

The pilot gave chase, but the object wasn't having it. According to Gorman, the orb accelerated faster and moved more sharply than any craft he'd ever seen in the air. At two points during the chase, the object and Gorman played a game of chicken, with Gorman pulling away at the last second during the first encounter and the orb doing the same during the second. After the second near-collision, the orb shot up vertically and climbed so fast that the P-51 Mustang stalled out in its chase. All in all, Gorman says he followed the object for nearly half an hour. After landing, Gorman reported that the object had no exhaust trail and made zero sounds.

Nothing added up


Before you start thinking that George Gorman was some sort of kook, you should know that several other sources saw the object as well. This includes one other pilot, two air traffic controllers, and two Civil Aeronautics Authority employees who were on the ground. Gorman was checked out by government investigators who found him to be stable and trustworthy, so insanity is out the window.

The P-51 from the chase was examined by a U.S. Air Force investigator from Project Sign, which would later be named "Project Blue Book." What is Project Blue Book? According to another entry at


, it's the Air Force project that investigated



 UFO phenomena 

. The Project Sign investigation showed increased radioactivity from Gorman's aircraft. To be fair, this could have been caused by trying to follow the orb at high altitudes.

The object was too highly advanced to have been new Cold War tech of the times, but was ultimately rationalized as a weather balloon, in the same way the

 National Security Agency 

rationalized the

 Roswell incident 

: Rapid movements of the "balloon" were caused by the air movement created from Gorman's P-51. Gorman never spoke publicly about the incident, which was then classified for decades. "Weather balloon." Sure, yeah, right.