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Tucker Carlson On UFO Disclosure: ‘They Are Not Of Human Origin’

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Tucker Carlson discussed UFOs and the UAP Disclosure Act of 2023 with U.S. Rep. Tim Burchett.

The law requires the US government to disclose information about unidentified flying objects, which are confirmed to be real and not of human origin.

“Earlier this year, Congress passed something called the UAP Disclosure Act of 2023. The law requires the US government to tell the public what it knows about the countless unidentified flying objects that have been spotted in the skies above earth over the past 3000 years. It’s designed to be, and it very well could be, a transformative piece of legislation,” Carlson began. (Trending: Donald Trump Confronts Bud Light CEO)

“And it comes at a time when we can finally say with confidence that the most unlikely sounding theories about UFOs are actually true. Yes, these things are real. They’re not all weather balloons.”

“They’re not experimental aircraft from this or any other country. Whatever they are, they are not of human origin, nor do they behave according to the laws of known physics,” he added.

“And yes, the U.S. government currently has physical evidence that they exist. That means wreckage of the craft as well as the bodies of the beings that flew them. Amazingly, all of this is true.”

“We know that from the detailed testimony, much of it under oath, from several high-level whistleblowers including longtime intel officers.”

Rep. Burchett chaired a hearing where whistleblowers testified about the government hiding evidence of extraterrestrial aircraft and technology.

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