Harry Reid: “The truth is out there. Seriously.”

WaEx: Former Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., warned Saturday that if the U.S. “doesn’t take the lead” in finding out answers about UFOs, then other countries will.

“The truth is out there. … Seriously,” the former majority leader tweeted in response to reporting Saturday that revealed the Pentagon had a set up a $22 million, multi-year program in 2007, largely by Reid’s behest, to investigate reports concerning unidentified flying objects. more

SNIP: Like that unidentified flying object that hit him in the face?

19 Comments on Harry Reid: “The truth is out there. Seriously.”

  1. Ufology and Extraterrestrialism are religious cults from which the state must be separated. If the Pope and his telescope LUCIFER want to go astray into this madness, so be it, but keep my government out of it. We have already determined that “UFO’s” pose no national security threat. And Harry Reid is a psycho. Who’d take his advice, anyway?

  2. Somebody’s getting some payback from Harry’s X-File idea. Check closely where the money is going and I’ll bet you’ll find some of his “friends” picking up checks for phoney or fake work.

  3. Putting a vicious, rotten criminal grifter in charge of authorizing any budget to connect with possible sentient life that may be visiting Earth (Inouye and Stevens, both now deceased, were also involved) was a bad idea. But there are credible, unexplainable contacts with aircraft by what is inarguably a responsible, serious, well-educated class of people; pilots. These contacts need to be vetted at the Pentagon and released to the public for scrutiny. Pilots should not fear reporting what they witness.

    We don’t see and cannot indirectly measure everything. There is information in the Universe of which we have only a faint understanding or none at all.

    To keep an open mind about our cognitive limitations as a species is not to be a cultist. Worshipping government is being a cultist. Refusing to observe, report and analyze data is being stupid.

  4. Somebody’s getting some payback from Harry’s X-File idea. Check closely where the money is going and I’ll bet you’ll find some of his “friends” picking up checks for phoney or fake work.

    You are absolutely correct.

    https://www.engadget.com/2017/12/16/pentagon-funded-ufo-identification-program-for-5-years/
    The program was initially funded in 2007 at the behest of Senator Harry Reid, and sent most of its money ($22 million per year) went to an aerospace firm run by his friend Robert Bigelow, who’s “absolutely convinced” UFOs have visited Earth and has been making inflatable habitats for NASA. The money stopped flowing in 2012, but the program is technically active to this day.

    The taxpayers got fleeced out of $100 million and we got was a stupid video.

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