On Monday, the Pentagon released three unclassified videos showing “unidentified aerial phenomena” AKA UFOs, which shocked the world. They claim that their aim is to clear up any misconceptions about whether the videos are real or if there is more to them.
The videos have been circulating for years thanks to Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge who has a mission to publicly distribute UFO sightings through his To The Stars organization.
The first of these videos, leaked in 2007, shows small flying objects. In another video, someone off-camera exclaims, “What the (expletive) is that?!” According to the Department of Defense, two come from the Navy. The other is from November 2004. The videos known as “FL1R1,” “Gimbal,” and “GoFast” were previously confirmed to be real by a Navy spokesman in September 2019. He also encouraged using the term “unidentified aerial phenomena” or a UAP instead of a UFO.
DeLonge has been urging the US government to confirm these videos are real and finally received that confirmation this morning, proving his years of extensive researching has paid off. He left the band in 2015 to devote his time to his new organization and fulfill his dream of proving aliens exist (pun intended.)
The musician is a die hard space devotee who has been obsessed with this phenomena for most of his life founded the organization To the Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences. The company dedicates their time to researching UFO’s and other space-like creatures while working alongside former military personnel who have access to historical records and research, writing novels, and creating TV shows/documentaries such as the popular History Channel show Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation. The show has been renewed for a second season airing in 2020.
Whatever you want to call them, these videos show something weird in the sky. Although the Pentagon would most likely urge citizens to use scientific thinking to attempt to explain these videos, we all know plenty of people in quarantine have just found their latest project – proving that aliens are real.
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