Is anyone really surprised that the Democrat-led congress, would rather hear about UFOs – than deal with the significant issues in America – like the baby formula shortage, or the housing market going out of control, or the huge crime wave, or the thousands of overdoses every year or even the millions illegally crossing the border?
Of course not, they would rather address the rather pressing issue of whether aliens exist. They do, they are just located at the southern border in Texas and Arizona. But anyway.
The country has been in steady decline since Joe Biden took office in 2021 and it does not look to be getting any better for Americans, as the supply chain that was all but destroyed during the pandemic, worsens.
One Congressman who was not happy about the theater, was Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, who slammed Congress for holding a hearing on UFOs, instead of doing their jobs – which would be addressing all the issues facing the United States.
“$5-dollar gas. No baby formula. Record crime. Record inflation. Border crisis. And what’s Congress doing today? Holding a hearing on UFOs!” the congressman posted to Facebook and Twitter.
The hearing, officially called the “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAP) began at 9 a.m. ET and is the first hearing of its kind in 50 years; the last one occurred in 1968, Fox News reported.
The House Intelligence subcommittee, led by chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), held the hearing reportedly to dig into the “mystery” of “unexplained aerial phenomena.” Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security Ronald Moultrie and Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence Scott Bray testified at the hearing.
“There are a lot of unexplained aerial phenomena. We don’t know what they are, and they can’t be easily rationalized as weather phenomenon or balloons or anything else. So, it’s quite a mystery,” Schiff said.
The hearing comes after the Black Vault, a “privately run online repository of declassified government documents,” published a redacted unclassified UFO report in 2021, which alleged the government recorded 144 UFO reports between 2004 and 2021, Breitbart News reported. Of those, 80 reports involved observation with “multiple sensors.”
In at least eight states, baby formula is becoming increasingly scarce, with over 50 percent of the normal supply sold out. Grocery store prices are also up by 10.8 percent just this April.
Congress needs to remember that those who pay their salaries are the American people and that is who they are supposed to be serving. Perhaps if they spent more time at work and spent less time trying to pass ridiculous laws and concentrating on UFOs, something might get done.
Then again, what else would you expect from the Democrats?