Back in December of 2017, three videoswere posted online that showed footage taken by Navy pilots that supposedly showed UFOs.
Well, the Navy finally addressed those videos, and apparently they're REAL. And they feature, quote, "unexplained aerial phenomena."
And on top of that, they say the videos should never have been released to the public.
Now . . . they AREN'T confirming those are definitely alien spacecraft. They use the term "unexplained aerial phenomena" to describe anything they can't identify.
But if those definitely weren't UFOs, don't you think the Navy would've said that? And not made a big deal about the videos going out to the public?
(Anyway, what I get from this is, aliens are scouting us, the government knows about it but wants to keep us in the dark, and it's time to watch conspiracy theory videos on YouTube now until your eyes bleed. Have a great Wednesday!)