We live in a strange time when a possible official UFO disclosure by the government doesn’t seem strange at all.
What’s odd is one of the two major American political parties proudly talking up socialism.
What’s weird is the increasing financial instability of the country’s top two social programs, Medicare and Social Security, while Americans seem unworried and politicians push not to shore the programs up, but expand them.
What’s bizarre is over $22 trillion in federal debt, and the current president and Congress piling on ever more with new trillion-dollar deficits.
What’s strange is . . . well, OK: UFO disclosure is a bit strange.
It is worth noting that Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests have unearthed quite a lot of information on UFOs already. When FOIA mechanisms were first set up, no one expected the avalanche of requests that would be related to UFOs. But that is what happened — and they haven’t dredged up nothing.
When President Trump was asked about the issue by George Stephanopoulos, his response was dismissive, however. “People are saying they’re seeing UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly.”
Like me, he probably has seen nothing first-hand, experienced nothing. But by now he has surely been briefed.
Or has the de facto Deep State coup attempt against his presidency entailed keeping him in the dark?
Meanwhile, Senator Bernie Sanders, running for Trump’s job, told YouTuber Joe Rogan that he would pass on whatever he might learn about UFOs if president. “Alright, we’ll announce it on the show. How’s that?”
Yet even that is not the strangest thing Sanders has said.
This is Common Sense. I’m Paul Jacob.