Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is facing opposition to the Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) Disclosure Act of 2023, with House Republicans attempting to block the bipartisan measure aimed at increasing transparency around UAPs.
The legislation, introduced with Senator Mike Rounds, would establish a board to declassify government records on UAPs, similar to the JFK assassination records model.
The Act also outlines the process for disclosure of UAP records, including provisions for eminent domain over recovered technologies. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)
House Republicans are “attempting to kill another commonsense bipartisan measure passed by the Senate which I was proud to cosponsor with Sen. Rounds as the lead sponsor to increase transparency around what the government does and does not know about unidentified aerial phenomena,” said Sen. Schumer.
“Unidentified aerial phenomena that generated intense curiosity for many Americans and the risk for confusion and misinformation is high if the government isn’t willing to be transparent,” he continued.
“The measure I championed with Sen. Rounds would create a board just like we did with the JFK assassination records to work through the declassification of many government records on UAPs,” claimed Schumer.
“This model has been a terrific success for decades. It should be used again with UAPs. But, once again, House Republicans are ready to kill this bipartisan provision,” advised the NY Democrat.
The final National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is still pending, but there are ongoing efforts to address UAP reports and push for transparency within the government.