Recently, Congressman Mark Walker of North Carolina addressed speculation that UFOs had been shot down in the United States. The congressman’s comments came in response to reports that the US Navy had shot down an alien craft in the Pacific Ocean.
Walker, who serves on the House Armed Services Committee, said that he had heard the reports and that he had inquired about the matter on behalf of his constituents. He went on to say that he had received “an alarming response” from the Navy and that he would continue to investigate the matter.
Walker’s comments have sparked a flurry of speculation among the public, with some wondering if the reports are true and if the US military is indeed engaging in a secret war against alien forces. While there is no concrete evidence to back up the claims, Walker’s comments have certainly added fuel to the fire.
On Meet the Press, Jim Himes, the ranking member of the intelligence committee, tries to tamp down suspicions of an "alien invasions," though he hasn't been briefed on the 2 most recent shoot downs of objects pic.twitter.com/9oC05efh82
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While Walker has not revealed any details regarding the reported UFO shoot down, he has stated that the US Navy is currently conducting “a full investigation” into the matter. He also said that he would “not rest” until he had more information.
While it is unlikely that any concrete evidence of a UFO shoot down will be revealed, Walker’s comments have certainly raised eyebrows. It is clear that the congressman is taking the reports seriously, and it will be interesting to see how the story develops in the coming months.
In the meantime, it is important to remember that reports such as these should always be taken with a grain of salt.
While it is possible that the US military is engaged in a secret war against alien forces, it is also possible that the reports are nothing more than an urban legend. Until more information is revealed, it is best to keep an open mind and wait for more information to come to light.