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EXCLUSIVE – Rep. Anna Paulina Luna on UAP fight ahead: "We're not stopping as long as we’re here"
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EXCLUSIVE – Rep. Anna Paulina Luna on UAP fight ahead: "We're not stopping as long as we’re here"

Ep. 101 – Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (12-13-2023)
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Members Only entrance, Longworth House Office Building. Photo: Laslo

Before the House of Representatives left Washington for a 3-week holiday, we caught up with Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) about the changes to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s UAP amendment in this year’s NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act).

“I think it's bullshit,” Luna tells Ask a Pol. “Well we've been very transparent about our position on wanting that, so we're gonna continue to be vocal and continue to pursue the truth here. But very frustrating. We're very disappointed.”

Plans to fight for it in next year’s NDAA?

“Yeah,” Luna says. “We're not stopping as long as we’re here.”

RAW LUNA EXTENDED CLIP (at 1 min we get to UAPs):

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Matt Laslo’s a veteran congressional correspondent, new media prof. & founder of Ask a Pol — a new, people-powered press corps, asking your questions at the Capitol. @Ask_a_Pol (or @askpols).

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Listening to lawmakers with Laslo, UAPs
I cover Congress different. I listen. Learning daily. Even while throwing stones at all the glass houses. This will be a stream of my noteworthy interviews. They're conducted at the US Capitol, if not otherwise noted. Matt Laslo is a veteran congressional reporter, Johns Hopkins University lecturer, fmr. Vice News Tonight/HBO correspondent, etc.