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Congressman moves to declassify UFO docs: ‘If you got nothing to hide, release the files’

First appearance on Fox: If passed, the US government will have 270 days to release all UFO-related documents to the public.

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.), who has led the UFO transparency movement, on Thursday directed President Biden to direct top federal agencies to declassify all documents related to UAPs. (Unidentified) (abnormal phenomenon), also known as a UFO.

“It’s simple. They spend all this time telling us they don’t exist, and then they release the files,” Burchett said in an interview with Fox News Digital Thursday before introducing the UAP Transparency Act. No, you son of a bitch,” he said in an interview on Fox News Digital.

“I don’t want to give it a crazy, flashy name,” he said. “I just want them to do exactly what is in the bill.”

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Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) participates in a meeting of the House Oversight and Reform Committee at the Rayburn House Office Building on January 31, 2023 in Washington, DC. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

Congressman Burchett, along with several other Republicans in the House and Senate, has been on the front lines of the fight for UFO transparency, but bipartisan efforts are also underway.

Representative Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) and Representative Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) are co-sponsors of the bill.

In a previous interview, Burchett said he believes there was a cover-up and that “tens of millions of dollars are being spent on things that you say don’t exist, and yet you keep spending money on them.” Stated. I find it strange. ”

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The 1.5-page bill would not only force the president to direct federal agencies to declassify UFO-related files, but also require quarterly reports to update House and Senate subcommittees on progress toward releasing the information. The content requires the president to submit a written document.

“That’s it,” Mr. Burchett said. “It’s about transparency.”

A record of a UFO that flew off the coast of San Diego aboard the USS Omaha in July 2019 and disappeared into the ocean without any splash or impact debris.

A record of a UFO that flew by the USS Omaha off the coast of San Diego in July 2019 and disappeared into the ocean without any splash or impact debris. (Jeremy Corbell/Weaponized Podcast)

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Burchett and other lawmakers have complained of diversionary tactics and obstructionism by bureaucrats, while millions of dollars appear to have disappeared into a black hole.

“As I said before, it doesn’t matter little green people Or flying saucers,” he told Fox News Digital in an April interview. “The federal government is spending about tens of millions of dollars on something that at least some federal officials say doesn’t exist. However, all files will not be published.

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As recently as February 2021, Republicans noted, the Intelligence Community Control Access Program was “expanded to protect UAP reverse engineering without adequate justification.” ing. Department of Defense February Report This is what he said about UFOs.

According to the report, “This program has never recovered or reverse engineered any UAP or extraterrestrial spacecraft. This IC (Intelligence Community) program was discontinued due to lack of merit.” About.

“That’s easy. They spend all this time telling us the files don’t exist and then release them, Dagnavit.”

— Congressman Tim Burchett

Watch: Representative Burchett talks about why he thinks a UFO cover-up exists

Last month, about a dozen people (including Burchett) held a briefing about UFOs at SCIF, a classified intelligence facility, and Burchett said he felt “disappointed, like everything else.” Went back.

He could not understand why information discussed at SCIF could not be discussed in public.

“Everything is so fragmented that I really think we’ll never get to the bottom of it until there’s a commander in chief who says enough is enough,” he said.

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This short but pointed bill would essentially consolidate all compartmentalized federal agency files and dump them into one declassified pool of information, instead of waiting for the executive branch. Become.

“We just have to get this out of the way. Let’s clear the air and let’s move on,” Burchett said.

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