EXCLUSIVE: Gillibrand scheduling hearings with UAP whistleblower David Grusch
Congressional investigations into UAPs continue ratcheting up.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) is working on scheduling hearings with UAP whistleblower David Grusch, along with the current or former government officials who seem to corroborate some of his claims.
Gillibrand says they’ll be open to the public, if Grusch agrees to allow cameras in.
Last week, the senator announced she secured “full funding for the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) in the Senate Armed Services Committee’s markup of the FY24 National Defense Authorization Act.”
Gillibrand is also pushing a measure in this year’s must-pass National Defense Authorization Act in response to Grusch’s claim the federal government is hiding Special Access Programs (SAPs) from Congress. Her proposal would bar funding for any government program that isn’t directly funded by Congress.
“So if there are SAPs out there that are somehow outside of the normal chain of command and outside the normal appropriations process, they have to divulge that to Congress,” Gillibrand recently told me.
Below is the recording and a transcript of my latest interview with Gillibrand.
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