A group of Representatives have called for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to form a Select Committee to investigate the federal government’s response to the issue of unidentified anomalous phenomena, in light of the testimony delivered at the Oversight Committee’s hearing into UAP that put allegations of reverse engineering programs illegally hidden from Congress on the record.

The call for a Select Committee was made by Representatives Tim Burchett (R-Tn), Matt Gaetz (R-Fl), Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fl) and Jared Moskowitz (D-Fl). The four say that the committee should be formed “outside the jurisdiction of any standing committee, and with subpoena authority, to go about the task of collecting information from the Pentagon and elsewhere for the benefit of the public and to discharge our constitutional, legislative and oversight roles.”

“This issue is much bigger than the news cycle: it represents a confluence of concerning governmental actions that indicates a lack of forthrightness on the part of the Pentagon and intelligence community,” the coalition stated in their letter. “No governmental program, no matter how sensitive, can be outside the view of Congress. And yet, the Executive Branch routinely redacts and entirely withholds information in other domains that we are entitled to, and is doing so here.”

During the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability’s “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena: Implications on National Security, Public Safety, and Government Transparency” held on July 26, former UAP Task Force investigator and intelligence officer David Grusch contradicted Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick’s claim that the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) “has found no credible evidence thus far of extraterrestrial activity, off-world technology or objects that defy the known laws of physics” when he testified that both the US government and private contractors are in possession of materials and craft that are “non-human” in origin.

Grusch stated that these artifacts are hidden from both public and Congressional scrutiny inside special access programs that are protected by what he describes as “administrative terrorism,” actions that he says that he and numerous colleagues have been the target of, and that the secrecy regarding UAP appears to extend into the Executive Branch of the US Government.

The group that issued the letter to the House Speaker also have first-hand experience in regards to this secrecy: during the Oversight Committee hearing, Gaetz recounted a visit he made, along with Representatives Burchett and Luna, to Eglin Air Force Base regarding a UAP encounter that involved four craft flying in a diamond formation over the Gulf of Mexico; however, when they arrived at the base Gaetz said that they “were not afforded access to images and to radar” taken during the encounter, as well as being denied access to “all of the flight crew” that were involved.

After some discussion with military officials the group was allowed to view the only image available of the object, and to “meet with one member of the flight crew, who took the image.” Regarding the image, Gaetz said that he was “not able to attach to any human capability, either from the United States or from any of our adversaries” to the objects pictured, despite having “served on the Armed Services Committee for seven years,” and on the Committee overseeing DARPA.

When the flight crew member was asked why no video of the encounter was available, the member replied that when they approached the objects both their radar and infrared imaging systems went down, requiring him to take a picture of the objects manually.

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