The truth is out there ... and every so often, somebody actually admits it! Like former CIA agent Chase Brandon, who came out with a shocking announcement yesterday -- which just happened to mark the 65th anniversary of the Roswell Daily Record's infamous flying saucer headline. And what shocking announcement did the 35-year veteran make? This one: "It was not a damn weather balloon," said Chase. "It was a craft that clearly did not come from this planet ... I don't doubt for a second that the use of the word 'remains' and 'cadavers' was exactly what people were talking about."
Well, you don't say? Yet another official-type person coming forward about yet another out-of-the-ordinary occurrence that we were told was a perfectly ordinary and everyday sort of occurrence, nothing to worry about, move along now, carry on. Well, guess what?! We knew already, Chase Brandon. We've known about aliens for a long time!
Yup, so has retired U.S. Air Force Col. Charles Halt, the highest ranking U.S. military officer to speak about his UFO encounters. He claims to know exactly how the years of cover-ups have fooled most of the general public:
"How do you kill a story better than making it so ridiculous that everybody laughs when they hear it? And I can tell you, the military has it down to a science."
I totally believe him! And it's not like the supernatural sweeping under the rug thing is limited to aliens. Even angels get the hush-hush treatment according to Lillie Leonardi. The former FBI employee arrived on the scene of the United Airlines Flight 93 crash on September 11 just a few hours after it happened, but she didn't speak about what she saw there for two years: "I started seeing like shimmery lights ... and it was kind of misty and that's when I first saw, like, the angels there."
Look, I'm not gonna make the Mulder/Scully reference again, but ... well, yes I am. You've got your Mulders in this world, and you've got your Scullys. And pretty soon, fellow Mulders, all the Scullys out there are going to look at us and say: "I want to believe."
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