Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) reportedly disclosed in a recent interview that more government personnel, in addition to whistleblower David Grusch, had spoken to Congress concerning UFOs.
The “last couple of years,” according to Vice Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee Marco Rubio, “people have approached Congress with allegations.”
The interview was conducted after Grusch, a former member of the American military and intelligence community, admitted to The Debrief that he had shared sensitive material with Congress and the inspector general of the Intelligence Community.
“Some of these people still work in the government, and frankly a lot of them are very fearful. Fearful of their jobs, fearful of their clearances, fearful of their career, and some frankly are fearful of harm coming to them.” Rubio claimed.
He asserts that the disclosure proves certain programs have found objects not of human origin, and that Congress has been wrongfully kept in the dark about this.
Since Grusch made his public debut three weeks ago, politicians on Capitol Hill have been inspired to look into the possibility that the US government is withholding UFO-related material.
In reaction to the fresh charges, several House members are organizing a hearing.
In order to investigate UFOs, the Department of Defense has only so far directed to its All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office.
Rubio stated that he is withholding judgment about the whistleblower disclosures, highlighting the fact that some of the charges go beyond anything that lawmakers have ever had to deal with.
“What I think we owe them is just a mature, you know, understanding, listening and trying to put all these pieces together and just sort of intake the information without any prejudgment or jumping to any conclusions in one direction or another,” Rubio said.