UFO whistleblower to testify in House hearing
One of the witnesses said the government has hidden information on UFOs for decades.
The House is holding a hearing Wednesday featuring multiple aerial experts, including UFO whistleblower David Grusch, a former Afghanistan combat officer and intelligence veteran.
Americans for Safe Aerospace Executive Director Ryan Graves and Rt. Commander David Fravor, who led the Navy's Black Aces Squadron, are also expected to testify before the House Oversight Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs House at the hearing on security and transparency surrounding unidentified anomalous phenomena, also known as UAPs or UFOs.
Grusch, a former National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency member, said the government of has hidden information on UFOs for decades. Grusch told The Debrief last month that he informed Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General that the federal government has fully and partially intact vehicles from non-human origins.
"The Pentagon and Washington bureaucrats have kept this information hidden for decades, and we’re finally going to shed some light on it. We’re bringing in credible witnesses who can provide public testimony because the American people deserve the truth," said Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Tenn., an Oversight committee member. "We’re done with the cover-ups."