John Ratcliffe, who served as Donald Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, appeared on Fox News and made the seismic statements, according to breaking news. The former director of national intelligence, who said classified files would be released, said the evidence would be released and detonated the bomb: “Much more than has been made public!”
The former Director of National Intelligence says the U.S. has evidence that UFOs break the sound barrier without a sonic boom, making maneuvers impossible with known technology.
The remarks heighted excitement about the next report, which detailed the U.S. government’s observations. John Ratcliffe, who served as Donald Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, said most of the incidents were still not an easy explanation.
“There are a lot more UFO sightings than have been made public,” Ratcliffe told Fox News. Some have been declassified. We are talking about objects seen by Navy or Air Force pilots or taken by satellite images that are obviously difficult to explain,” he said.
Ratcliffe continued: “What we’re talking about are movements where we don’t have enough technology, that are difficult to replicate. Or unidentified objects traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without sound explosion…”
Ratcliffe told Fox host Maria Bartiromo that ‘unidentified weather events’ are observed all over the world. Ratcliffe added, “These aren’t just a pilot or just a satellite or some intelligence case.”
“We usually have multiple sensors that detect them, and some of them are unexplained phenomena, and in fact there’s a lot more than what’s been made public,” Ratcliffe said.
180 DAYS TIME IS GIVEN
In December, the government was given 180 days to reveal what it knew, meaning the report must be published before June 1.
Ratcliffe said he hoped to publish his findings before he leaves office on January 20. “We couldn’t move fast enough,” Ratcliffe said.
The report was part of a $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief bill Trump signed in December. The bill included the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Fiscal Year 2021 Intelligence Authorization Act, which included a ‘committee commentary’ section addressing ‘unidentified weather events’.
‘FOREIGN ENEMY’ CLAIM
The report by the Pentagon and intelligence agencies must, among other things, determine any threat from unidentified aerial events and whether they can be attributed to foreign enemies.
“Weather can sometimes cause visual disturbances,” Ratcliffe said, adding: “Sometimes we wonder if our enemies have technologies that are a little further ahead than we thought or realized!
Avril Haines is director of national intelligence under the Biden administration. The Ministry of Defence announced the establishment of the Unidentified Air Events Task Force on August 4 in September.