John Kirby claims that UFOs are a ‘legitimate issue’ with combat training

The federal government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic seems to have kicked the door wide open on questioning what information the American people are given and what we are NOT being told.

At the top of the latter list are UFOs, though there is a new acronym being employed more and more here — UAP, as in “unidentified aerial phenomena.”

The issue was raised by a reporter at Monday’s White House briefing while NSC Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby was at the lectern and he agreed that it was a “legitimate issue.”

The reporter asked, “Does the administration believe that getting to the bottom of these sightings in the air — is it a real concern? Is it a real, legitimate issue as you see it?

“We wouldn’t have stood up an organization at the Pentagon to analyze and try to collect and coordinate the way these sightings are reported if we didn’t take it seriously. Of course, we do,” Kirby responded, referencing the Space Force branch of the U.S. military formed under President Donald Trump.

“I mean, some of these phenomena, we know, have already had an impact on our training ranges,” Kirby said. “When pilots are out trying to do training in the air and they see these things, they’re not sure what they are, and it can have an impact on their ability to perfect their skills.”

“It’s already had an impact here, and we just want to better understand it,” he continued. “Now, we’re not saying what they are or what they’re not. We’re saying there’s something our pilots are seeing. We’re saying it has had an effect on some of our training operations. And so, we want to get to the bottom of it. We want to understand it better.”

At least they are no longer denying that something is out there.

Speaking of, a glowing green fireball was captured on a Ring doorbell camera in Louisiana on Friday, sparking concerns about UFOs.

Turns out, the fireball was seen across the south and had many wondering if aliens were among us, though the Sacramento Bee described the object a witness said was the “size of a car” as “a glowing comet.”

“The American Meteorological Society confirmed the fireball sighting and had 49 reports from witnesses from Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, and Texas,” the newspaper reported.

“The magnitude of what I saw had me bracing for a catastrophic event,” a witness in Louisiana said, according to The Bee. “I was driving on a freeway when it happened and found myself looking for a mushroom cloud or Armageddon. It moved me so.”

“There wasn’t an explosion that I am aware of but there was a flash, a flash that is a lot like fireworks going off that lights up everything for a brief moment,” another witness said.

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