White House Acknowledges UFOs Are Affecting Pilots – Watch
The White House has acknowledged that unidentified flying objects (UFOs) are having an “impact” on pilots, according to a report released on Tuesday.
John Kirby, the coordinator for Strategic Communications at the National Security Council, made the comments on Monday in response to a reporter who asked about UAP (unidentified anomalous phenomena) transparency.
“Some of these phenomena, we know, have already had an impact on our training ranges for — you know, when pilots are out trying to do training in the air and they see these things, they’re not sure what they are, and it can have an impact on their ability to perfect their skills,” Kirby said.
“Now, we’re not saying what they are or what they’re not,” Kirby also said. “We’re saying that there’s something our pilots are seeing. We’re saying it has had an effect on some of our training operations. And so, we want to get to the bottom of it. We want to understand it better.”
Journalist Ross Coulthart, who interviewed Grusch for NewsNation, took Kirby’s comments about UAPs as a sign of growing urgency in Washington.
“So finally, [the president’s]’ National Security Council spokesman John Kirby makes it clear to the White House press Corp that they are indeed now taking the #UAP mystery very seriously,” Coulthart said in a tweet. “No more ridicule or giggling. Big Q: will legacy media now investigate the new acknowledged reality?”
A report, which was compiled by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), found that there have been more than 140 reports of UFOs by military pilots since 2004. In some cases, the pilots reported that the UFOs were moving at speeds and altitudes that were “beyond the known capabilities of any known aircraft.”
Take a look at the following post below and listen to the White House response:
White House National Security Council Coordinator, Admiral John Kirby was asked about Senator Schumer’s UAP legislation. 💥
-White House takes it seriously
“Some of these phenomena we know have already had an impact on our training ranges.” pic.twitter.com/CNeJ8Efj6z
— UAP News (@HighPeaks77) July 17, 2023