Existence of UFOs ‘proved beyond reasonable doubt’ Says Former Pentagon X-Files Chief

Luis Elizondo aliens are real

If you’re a big fan of the X-Files series, today’s news will be the best Christmas gift ever, as former Pentagon X-Files boss has said that UFOs are real. More than that, the existence of out-of-this-world aircraft and hence aliens/other civilizations were proved beyond reasonable doubt. According to Luis Elizondo, who supervised a 20 million dollar program aimed at studying extraterrestrial life, aliens (illegal aliens from outer space that is) visited the Earth in the past and probably they’re among us as we speak.

In an interview for  The Telegraph, Luis Elizondo was quoted as saying:

“In my opinion, if this was a court of law, we have reached the point of ‘beyond reasonable doubt’. I hate to use the term UFO but that’s what we’re looking at.”

He explained the journalists that much of the intel regarding alien spacecraft/UFOs and the like is still classified for national security reasons, but during the program he supervised, there have been countless UFO sightings. The investigation revealed that UFOs/alien spacecraft are attracted by hot spots, i.e. power plants and nuclear facilities. This guy Elizondo who sounds like a real-life Agent Fox Mulder was in charge of  US’ Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.

He added:

“I’m not embarrassed or ashamed or sorry I got this thing going.I think it’s one of the good things I did in my congressional service. I’ve done something that no one has done before.”

The existence of a secret program investigating UFO sightings was acknowledged last week by the Pentagon, yet government officials claimed the program was shut down in 2012. However, Luis Elizondo confirmed that he continued his work with the Advance Aerospace Threat Identification Program, together with officials from the CIA and the US Navy until he resigned 2 months ago, in October, due to what he described as excessive secrecy and lack of resources for the respective program.

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