According to a recent article published by The Hill entitled, ‘Non-human intelligence’: Shumer proposes stunning new UFO legislation, Congress will hold hearings today (it’s still tomorrow as I post this before midnight on the west coast).

It seems that last year’s UFO whistleblower protections legislation bore fruit. According to Rep. Mike Gallagher (R. Wis.), who sits on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, “all sorts of [UFO whistleblowers] are coming out of the woodwork.”
One of those whistleblowers, former intelligence official David Grusch, who went though the formal whistleblower process and whose allegations were found to be “credible and urgent” by the intelligence community’s inspector general, has told investigators that US defense contractors are in possession of multiple craft of “non-human” origin.

Shumer’s legislation, which he introduced on July 13th, demands that any private person or entity possessing such craft must turn the alien disks over to the U.S. government. The legislation also includes a “Controlled Disclosure Campaign Plan” for evaluating and declassifying UFO/UAP documents.

Sounds pretty explosive, but so far I haven’t seen much coverage in the media. It’s been pretty much all-Trump-indictment-all-the-time-and-related-matters and not much else. Maybe that’ll change after the hearing held tomorrow by the House Oversight Committee, which will feature about half a dozen “superstar” witnesses according to Reps. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) and Anna Paulina Luna (R-Fla.).

I guess we’ll see, but I’m not holding my breath…