At the end of December last year, Donald Trump signed into law a spending bill allocating $1.4 trillion in federal funding for the 2021 fiscal year. The bill covers a lot of issues, but one in particular that caught the attention of many was the fact that the topic of UFOs, or as they are now known within the mainstream, “unidentified aerial phenomenon” were included. The bill contains what’s called the Intelligence Authorization Act which outlines clandestine reporting requirements to the congress. In the “black budget” world, many of these programs have been, and probably still are, completely exempt from reporting requirements. Based on my research, there are developments in this world that not even a president of the United States has access to.
The bill, from the day it was signed into law, gives U.S. intelligence agencies 180 days to disclose what they know about the phenomenon. That means that this June, the American public will most likely be getting this information.
The bill states that intelligence agencies must address “observed airborne objects that have not been identified and include a “detailed analysis of unidentified phenomena data collected by: a geospatial intelligence, b. signals intelligence; c. human intelligence; and d. measurement and signals intelligence.”
Chris Mellon, former deputy assistant secretary of defence for intelligence, told The Debrief that “the newly enacted Intelligence Authorization Act incorporates the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report language calling for an unclassified, all-source report on the UAP phenomenon. This was accomplished in the Joint Explanatory Statement accompanying the bill….Consequently, it’s now fair to say that the request for an unclassified report on the UAP phenomenon enjoys the support of both parties in both Houses of Congress,” said Mellon, who is also a former staff director of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
A concern we have with regards to mainstream UFO government disclosure is that this topic has been heavily ridiculed and placed in the “conspiracy” realm for years. An “official campaign of ridicule and secrecy” (Ex-CIA Director Roscoe Hillenkoetter) has taken place for a very long time by those who wish to control the perception of the public mind, so why legitimize the topic all of a sudden within the mainstream? This is not to say that there is some sort of agenda, but it is a possibility and one worthy of discussion. This type of legitimization has been ongoing quite rapidly over the past couple of years with outlets like CNN and The New York Times giving the UFO phenomenon extreme credibility.