Bipartisan UAP Transparency Bill Being Blocked

A bipartisan transparency bill that passed the Senate over the summer is now receiving pushback in the House by members of the GOP notably affiliated with the Military Industrial Complex. Approval is needed by the House before it can be added to the National Defense Authority Act (NDAA) 2024. The bill comes from growing popularity after unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) whistleblowers testified at a groundbreaking congressional hearing over the summer calling to release information about advanced extraterrestrial and non-human intelligence technology held by government and private corporate contractors.

Representatives Mike Turner (R-Ohio) and Mike Rogers (R-Ala.) were named by David Grush on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast while Tucker Carlson named Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-La.) on his podcast as the blockers of the bill. A deeper look into their business dealings shows strong links to military weapons planning and representation. Late Nevada Senator Harry Reid named Lockheed Martin as being one of the military contractors that secretly houses UAP technology. Ben Rich, the former director of Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, also mentioned that they have the technology to travel the stars and take E.T. back home.

Mike Turner of Ohio is the representative of Ohio’s 10th congressional district that includes Wright-Patterson Air Force Base outside of Dayton Ohio. This military base has long been associated with UFO activity notably as being the location where UAP technology from the Roswell New Mexico UFO incident has been stored as well as the home base for Project Bluebook. Lockheed Martin has a location in the district not far from the base. Representative Turner has received $700,000 from defense aerospace companies over the past two decades.

Mike Rogers of Alabama is the representative of Alabama’s 3rd congressional district that includes Anniston Army Depot and Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base. More notably is the district being adjacent to large military operations such as Ft. Moore in Columbus Georgia, NASA in Huntsville, and a Lockheed Martin weapons testing and storage facility in Troy Alabama. He is also a key figure for military planning and budgeting with the Pentagon and sits on the House Armed Services Committee.

Speaker of the House Mike Johnson of Louisiana’s 4th congressional district includes Barksdale Air Force Base, which is the home of stealth bomber squadrons. Lockheed Martin facilities are also located nearby in Camden Arkansas and Lufkin Texas. He pushed to overturn the 2020 election and is forming a coalition with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. These two congressional leaders have strong influence on the bills that are approved for voting in their respective chambers.

Representative Tim Burchett of Tennessee’s 2nd congressional district, on the other hand, has been a vocal critic of secrecy by calling for a full release of the files and even going as far as calling the Pentagon “war pimps” that are stonewalling efforts and wanting more tax dollars. Representative Burchett is one of several members of a bipartisan information transparency effort called the “UAP caucus” that also includes Senator Rubio as well as Representatives Luna and Moskowitz all from Florida. Furthermore, the Inspector General deemed the information from whistleblower David Grusch both credible and urgent.