This week, the New York Times and Politico put out reports of an "Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program" that was launched in 2007 and heavily supported by Harry Reid, who was a Democratic senator from Nevada at the time.
Officials with the program have also studied videos of encounters between unknown objects and American military aircraft — including one released in August of a whitish oval object, about the size of a commercial plane, chased by two Navy F/A-18F fighter jets from the aircraft carrier Nimitz off the coast of San Diego in 2004.
You know, looking back on this year, I think contact with extra terrestrials is the only appropriate way to end 2017.— Benjamin Fait (@Ben_Fait) December 16, 2017
Wait, a ‘UFO’ program was ran secretly by the pentagon who are now disclosing that they have evidence of advanced propulsion craft!?— Adam Goldsack (@adamgoldsack) December 16, 2017
If I was raking in millions of dollars then I would propagate that malarkey too. No surprise that the recipient of the tens of millions of tax spending to investigate UFOS is "absolutely convinced" of their existence. I am starting a $2 Million Sasquatch Search Task Force. MSSTF— BCross34 (@BCross34) December 16, 2017
Summer 1996 I was driving out east on Long Island with a bunch of friends at night. We saw something in the sky that zipped back and forth unlike anything we've ever seen before. It jetted away out of sight. I've been a believer ever since. https://t.co/PU5gxQietS— Michael Okon (@IAmMichaelOkon) December 16, 2017
I used to live on the edge of Fort Knox, which is best known for housing good but is in fact a military installation. As a boy I saw tons of weird, unexplainable aircraft out my window at night that behaved just like this. https://t.co/MO39XR695v via @politicomag— R. Justin Shepherd (@kaffehaus) December 16, 2017
They didn’t give up...The “Powers” that be told them to drop the program. Aliens are real AF!— ᴀᴜsᴛɪᴎ♠️ᴡᴇsᴛᴍᴏᴏᴙᴇ🔷 (@Mr_Westmoore) December 16, 2017