After his revealing testimony before Congress last summer regarding extraterrestrials and alien technology, whistleblower David Grusch faced security concerns that led to the cancellation of his appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast, reports mirror.co.uk.
In a new three-part documentary titled “UFO Revolution: Exposing the Largest Government Cover-Up,” produced by TMZ, an investigation delves into the government’s suppression of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) sightings.
Former intelligence officials detail the impact of their involvement with the subject, shedding light on the scrutiny affecting their lives.
During the first episode, filmmaker Jeremy Corbell recounts an anticipated discussion on Joe Rogan’s podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” involving Grusch, fellow journalist George Knapp, and himself.
However, the planned conversation was derailed as Grusch failed to appear, attributing his absence to security concerns stemming from his whistleblower testimony before Congress, as confirmed by Corbell.
“Look man, reprisals are real,” Corbell said in the documentary. “The effect of trying to silence people is absolutely real as well.” He then speaks about his experience trying to gather evidence from witnesses, who often fear they would face consequences if they speak out.
The filmmaker asserts that a good portion of those witnesses work within agencies that would likely target them for revealing the truth.
“To people like David Grusch who really just took it on the chin, came forward and said what he could say in that setting,” Corbell said.
“Yeah man, you’re going to take shots. You better be truly, deeply be prepared to the core of who you are to take those hits.”