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‘Nonhuman’ remains recovered from UFO, whistleblower says

Seven-term lawmaker Rep.Andre Carson (D-Ind.) will oversee a public examination of unexplained aerial phenomena -- UFOs. (Dreamstime/TNS)
July 27, 2023

An unidentified flying object (UFO) whistleblower told the House Oversight Committee Wednesday that “nonhuman” biological remains have been recovered by the U.S. government from a previous UFO crash.

According to WYFF News 4, David Grusch, who formerly served as a U.S. intelligence official, testified under oath concerning what he described as a “multi-decade” retrieval program for unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP). Grusch’s testimony even included information about the retrieval of “biologics” from a UFO crash.

During Wednesday’s hearing, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) asked Grusch if the U.S. government had recovered the bodies of any of any pilots from UFO crashes. Grusch answered, “As I’ve stated publicly already in my News Nation interview, biologics came with some of these recoveries.”

Asked whether the biological recoveries were human or non-human, Grusch stated, “Non-human, and that was the assessment of people with direct knowledge on the program I talked to that are currently still on the program.”

Along with Grusch, two other retired military veterans testified before the House Oversight Committee, claiming that UFO sightings present an issue with national security and suggesting that the U.S. government has been too secretive about UFO sightings and retrievals.

“If UAP are foreign drones, it is an urgent national security problem,” Ryan Graves, a former Navy pilot, said. “If it is something else, it is an issue for science. In either case, unidentified objects are a concern for flight safety.”

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Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) described Wednesday’s UFO hearing as an “issue of government transparency.” Burchett explained that the House Oversight Committee was not interested in “bringing little green men or flying saucers” into Wednesday’s congressional hearing; instead, he insisted that the committee would focus on the facts.

“We’re going to uncover the cover-up, and I hope this is just the beginning of many more hearings,” he said.

In a tweet following Wednesday’s House oversight Committee hearing, Mace commented on the historic nature of the whistleblower revelations, stating, “Today @GOPoversight boldly went where no committee had gone before.”