There has been quite some interest in the House Oversight Committee’s national security subcommittee holding a hearing Wednesday to pressurize the government of the United States to be more transparent about the topic of unidentified anomalous phenomena, which is also known as UAP or UFOs.
While strange encounters have been documented by hundreds of pilots working for the government over the years, there has been little to no investigations that the public have been privy to into the occurrences. Three former US officials are set to testify in the hearing after having had first hand experiences and knowledge about UFOs in the past. Ryan Graves, a former Navy pilot, David Fravor, a retired Navy commander, and David Grusch, a former combat officer and member of a previous Pentagon task force that investigated UAP.
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“I’d like to thank these three brave witnesses here. They took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States and daggamut, they’re doing it,” GOP Rep. Tim Burchett said at the beginning of the hearing. “We’re not bringing little green men or flying saucers into the hearing — sorry to disappoint about half of y’all — we’re just going to get to the facts. We’re going to uncover the cover-up, and I hope this is just the beginning of many more hearings and many more people coming forward about this.”
While most congressional hearings fail to draw interest from the public, this one stands out, as pointed out by News Nation’s Washington Correspondent, Joe Khalil on Twitter. Khalil posted a video where people seemed to line up in a never-ending queue to get a seating at the Congressional hearing.
Here is the video:
“So I think it’s fair to say there’s some interest from the general public in this UAP/ UFO House Oversight hearing this morning. I can’t remember ever seeing a line this long to get a seat into a congressional hearing,” Khalil exclaimed in the caption to the video.