(FixThisNation.com) – On Wednesday the White House talked about its current stance on the possible existence of alien life, telling reporters that they were not sure whether the sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) were proof that extraterrestrials existed.
John Kirby, the National Security Council spokesman noted that they currently did not have the answer on what these phenomena were. While talking with reporters during the daily press briefing at the White House he added the government had found some unexplainable aerial phenomena and had cases of sightings but that there was no proof of the existence of extraterrestrials.
He added that currently, this was their honest assessment and that based on the national security issues that could result from his situation it was necessary for them to examine where things were going. During the briefing, Kirby had also told a different reporter that he had “no information” on whether a “UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program,” existed but noted that the White House was considering UAP issues very seriously.
As he noted there is an entire Pentagon office focused on analyzing the documents and reports. This shows how these phenomena have impacted military readiness and training.
The reporter proceeded to question Kirby on whether President Biden believed that the claims about such a program existing meant that it was necessary for additional investigations to take place. Kirby responded to that by pointing out that if the President did not think that sightings by pilots were important enough for consideration, then there would not be a Pentagon office focused on this.
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