The 6 Most Shocking Claims Made About UFOs At Congress's Hearing About UFOs

    There is something extremely unsettling about the term "non-human biologics."

    Congress held a hearing about UFOs today, and there were some, uhh, terrifying and genuinely *out there* claims made.

    Several people sitting at a table getting ready to testify

    For over two hours, Congress questioned three people about their knowledge of UAP*s. The people questioned were a former US intelligence official named David Grusch, a former Navy commander named David Fravor, and a former Navy pilot named Ryan Graves.

    Here's a CliffsNotes version of the hearing:

    1. David Grusch said the US has been aware of “non-human” activity since the 1930s.

    David Grusch tells that U.S. Government has known about non-human intelligence in relation to UFOs since the 1930s.

    Grusch says he provided the names and locations of UFO crash retrieval programs to the Intelligence Committees.#ufotwitter #UFOHearings pic.twitter.com/tlH1BlZc5B

    — Ravi Chaturvedi (@Ravi4Bharat) July 26, 2023
    US House Oversight Committee/AP/ Twitter: @Ravi4Bharat

    2. Grusch also said that the US government is in possession of "non-human biologics" from UFO crash sites.

    Former US intelligence official David Grush alleges that the government is in possession of non-human bodies, UFOs: pic.twitter.com/zucNcCrnV3

    — philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) July 26, 2023
    US House Oversight Committee/AP/Twitter: @Phil_Lewis_

    "As I've stated publicly already in my News Nation interview, biologics came with some of these recoveries." When pressed on whether they were human or non-human biologics, he said, "Non-human, and that was the assessment of people with direct knowledge on the program I talked to that are still currently on the program."

    3. Furthermore, Grusch also says that he “absolutely” believes the US government is in possession of UAPs after he personally interviewed 40 witnesses over four years.

    Rep. Robert Garcia (D-CA): “Do you believe that our government is in possession of UAPs?”

    Former Air Force intelligence officer David Grusch: “Absolutely, based on interviewing over 40 witnesses over four years … I know the exact locations.” pic.twitter.com/Il1h19tMdS

    — The Recount (@therecount) July 26, 2023
    US House Oversight Committee/AP/Twitter: @therecount

    4. Grusch also said he knows the exact locations of these aforementioned UAPs. "I know the exact locations, and those locations were provided to the Inspector General and some of which to the intelligence committee."

    5. Navy pilot Ryan Graves said he would see objects completely stationary in hurricane-force winds. These objects would then accelerate to supersonic speeds.

    He told Congress, "We would see these objects being at 0.0 mach that's zero airspeed...these objects were staying completely stationary in category 4 hurricane winds. These same objects would then accelerate to supersonic speeds 1.1, 1.2 mach and they would do so in very erratic and quick behaviors that I don't have an explanation for."

    Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves reveals unnerving details on UFOs:

    “These objects were staying completely stationary in Category 4 hurricane winds. These same objects would then accelerate to supersonic speeds.”

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    — The Pop Report (@TheePopReport) July 26, 2023
    US House Oversight Committee/AP/Twitter: @TheePopReport

    6. And lastly, Graves said he believes only 5% of UAP sightings are reported by US pilots, suggesting 95% of them go unreported.

    Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC): “What percentage of UAP sightings, in your belief, go unreported by our pilots?”

    Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves: “I would estimate we’re somewhere near 5% reporting ... That's just my personal estimate.” pic.twitter.com/gq2DffxUi7

    — The Recount (@therecount) July 26, 2023
    US House Oversight Committee/AP/Twitter: @therecount

    Sweet dreams!