National Defense Authorization Act FY2022 Seeks to Include UAP & Nuclear Connection Inquiries
Congress now has reason to believe there is a UFO nuclear connection, and they want answers.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has submitted an amendment for consideration to the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA, H.R. 4350).
The Congressional intelligence committees include, U.S. House Armed Services, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and its subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counter proliferation.
Senator Gillibrand sits on the Senate Armed Services Committee and Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and was briefed with a classified version of the UAPTF report.
Gillibrands addendum seeks to include information pertaining to nuclear materials and incidents associated with unidentified aerial phenomena.
From the NDAA proposed revisions…
(1) REQUIREMENT.—Not later than October 31, 2022, and annually thereafter until October 31, 2026, the Director, in consultation with the Secretary, shall submit to the appropriate committees of Congress a report on unidentified aerial phenomena.
(2) ELEMENTS.—Each report under paragraph (1) shall include, with respect to the year covered by the report, the following information:
(K) The number of reported incidents, and descriptions thereof, of unidentified aerial phenomena associated with military nuclear assets, including strategic nuclear weapons and nuclear-powered ships and submarines.
(L) In consultation with the Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration, the number of reported incidents, and descriptions thereof, of unidentified aerial phenomena associated with facilities or assets associated with the production, transportation, or storage of nuclear weapons or components thereof.
(M) In consultation with the Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the number of reported incidents, and descriptions thereof, of unidentified aerial phenomena or drones of unknown origin associated with nuclear power generating stations, nuclear fuel storage sites, or other sites or facilities regulated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
With some lawmakers sitting on overlapping committees approximately 125 Congressional members were briefed with a UAPTF classified report. The remainder of Congress, some 410 members, have not been briefed with UAPTFs classified documents.
Clearly not everyone in Congress is on the same page but at least one courageous soul is now seeking answers to the UAP nuclear connection.
The Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) is a program within the US Office of Naval Intelligence used to “standardize collection and reporting” on sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
Its predecessor was the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) headed by Lue Elizondo.
In a previous article it was discussed that in a recent interview with The Debrief, Lue Elizondo was asked about the nuclear connection and said,
“AATIP was aware of the nuclear connection, there was a lot of information AATIP didn’t have access to that Robert Hastings did, and he did a fantastic job with his book about the nuclear connection.”
“We were able to validate and substantiate exactly what he was saying through intelligence reporting. Not only was it good and accurate at the end of the day it was helpful, in some cases there was a little information we didn’t have that he did..”
The Department of Defense’s AATIP program validated and substantiated Hastings findings from his book “UFOs and Nukes”.
“Nuclear weapons program is an ongoing source of interest to someone possessing vastly superior technology. Significantly, the reported UFO activity occasionally transcends mere surveillance and appears to involve direct and unambiguous interference with our strategic weapons systems.” – Robert Hastings
In one of the most notable incidents from Hastings book UFOs and Nukes occurred at Montana’s Malmstrom Air Force Base in 1967.
” Air Force Capt. Robert Salas, who was at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana in 1967 when 10 ICBMs he was overseeing suddenly became inoperative – at the same time base security informed him of a mysterious red glowing object in the sky.”
“Robert Jamison, a retired USAF nuclear missile targeting officer, told of several occasions having to go out and “re-start” missiles that had been deactivated, after UFOs were sighted nearby.”
The intelligence regarding the UAP nuclear connection through AATIPs program is included in the classified version of the UAPTF classified report. Senator Gillibrand’s proposed revisions are clearly representative of the intelligence she received as part of classified briefings.
The addendum now infers the United States Government wants to investigate any potential threats regarding UAP incidents at nuclear weapons facilities.
The United States Government has never issued an official statement regarding UAP visits at nuclear facilities, nor has the mainstream media asked any questions of Congress regarding this security issue.
The media should now be posing questions to Senator Gillibrand and Congress as to..
What information the USG has obtained that would lead them to believe that there needs to be accountability regarding reported incidents associated with UAP and US military nuclear assets?
Does Congress have knowledge that unidentified aerial phenomena have visited United States strategic nuclear weapon sites, nuclear powered ships and submarines?
What incidents prompted this addendum regarding UAP incursions associated with the production, transportation, or storage of nuclear weapons or components?
Does the United States Government have reason to believe that the security of the United States nuclear facilities have been compromised by unidentified aerial phenomenon?
To what degree have nuclear facilities in the United States been compromised based on current reports in the classified report?
The media should establish that UAP has visited nearly every nuclear facility in the United States, and the potential ramifications of those incursions.
“Someone” is exhibiting a technology that the United States admits is more advanced than anything in their arsenal. This technology is being used for incursions at American nuclear facilities and ICBMs have been deactivated as a result of these visits.
Mainstream media has not asked any questions regarding safety concerns to American citizens associated with nuclear site incursions by unidentified aerial phenomenon, why not?