Marco Rubio is out there shilling hard for aliens, yet again, as always.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) shared his thoughts on aliens with TMZ — revealing he is worried about UFOs flying near United States military bases.
TMZ stopped the senator, a member of the Senate Committee on Intelligence, at Reagan National Airport on Monday, noting that the government is now required to release a report detailing everything officials know about UFOs.
“There’s stuff flying over military installations, and nobody knows what it is and it isn’t ours,” he said, adding that it’s logical to want to identify these unidentified flying objects. “It’s common sense, right?”
The TMZ reporter went as far as to ask Rubio if aliens or China imposed a bigger threat to the United States, prompting the senator to repeat that he does not know what the object was.
“There’s stuff flying over the top of our military installations and they don’t know who’s flying it, they don’t even know who it is,” Rubio added. “So that’s a problem. We need to find out if we can.”
Rubio went on to crack that the aliens must be smarter than humans if they “made it all the way here” when “we can’t get there.”
It’s not just Marco saying this, of course – the military has been announcing it for years.
In July of 2019, a truly bizarre series of events unfolded around California’s Channel Islands. Over a number of days, groups of unidentified aircraft, which the U.S. Navy simply refers to as ‘drones’ or ‘UAVs,’ pursued that service’s vessels, prompting a high-level investigation.
During the evening encounters, as many as six aircraft were reported swarming around the ships at once. The drones were described as flying for prolonged periods in low-visibility conditions, and performing brazen maneuvers over the Navy warships near a sensitive military training range less than 100 miles off Los Angeles. The ensuing investigation included elements of the Navy, Coast Guard, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The incidents received major attention, including from the Chief of Naval Operations—the apex of the Navy’s chain of command.
It is unclear why anyone would operate drones near Navy warships in such a brazen manner. Commercially available drones are not commonly capable of flying for such long durations across great distances with speeds in excess of 45 miles an hour. Based on the pooled data available from the deck logs, we estimate the drones traversed at least 100 nautical miles in the July 14th incident.
Furthermore, the drones were able to locate and catch a destroyer traveling at 16 knots in conditions with less than one nautical mile of visibility. Equally baffling, their operators appear to have coordinated at least five to six drones simultaneously. Then there is the question of line-of-sight control, and control methods in general, which make the capabilities described all that much more puzzling.
It seems like a kind of warm up to ease the population into accepting the idea that aliens may visit the planet.
If they ever hoax some kind of alien visit, they will set it up like they’ve set up the coronavirus hoax. We know that anyone who opposes what the government does in the name of saving people from the virus can be accused of putting people at risk, threatening public health, straight-up killing people, being a conspiracy theorist, not believing in science, and more.
What they’ll do with the alien hoax, if it ever happens, is similar. They’ll say that anyone who questions the aliens is just too dumb to understand their superior intellect, and they’ll say something like what Marco Rubio said: they have the technology to come here, and we don’t have the technology to go there, so who are we to question them?
It’s going to be an absolute nightmare, especially if the aliens look like what Aleister Crowley referred to as LAM.