New Amendment Could Spell Victory For Real UFO Disclosure

We have never been so close to proper, crystal-clear UFO disclosure as now. Rep. Mike Gallagher has suggested an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act to protect people who come forward with information about UAPs / UFOs.

Rep. Mike Gallagher has proposed an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act to protect those with potential knowledge of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and increase the number of reports about them. 

Gallagher spokesman Jordan Dunn told The War Zone that the amendment would create a clear process for reporting UAPs within the government and provide whistleblower protections. Consequently, it would ensure the safety of those involved in the disclosure and increase the number of individuals coming forward and speaking out about the phenomena.

The US military and government contractors have traditionally been reluctant to disclose information about these incidents, regardless of their validity and credibility.

Moreover, there have also been longstanding allegations that the government and defense contractors may be concealing UFO evidence and programs. 

In light of these factors, the proposed amendment will give those with sensitive information about the phenomenon “complete freedom” that may lead to declassification without fear of retaliation from their employers.

The document’s text specifies that irrespective of any prior confidentiality agreement, written or oral, those who come forward with knowledge of UAPs, which are often referred to as UFOs, will not be violating federal classified information laws by doing so.

AOIMSG shall also establish “a secure system” for receiving reports of “any events” relating to UAPs and any government activity or program related to UAPs, as mandated by the amendment. The AOIMSG is charged with investigating UAPs on behalf of the Defense Secretary and Director of National Intelligence.

Under AOIMSG, which is a much enhanced and more deeply mandated effort that replaced the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, the reporting system shall be administered by “designated and widely known, easily accessible, and appropriately cleared employees or contractors.”

As revealed by the document, all information must be screened first in order “to prevent unauthorized public reporting or compromise of properly classified military and intelligence systems, programs, and related activities, including all categories and levels of special access and compartmentalized access programs, current, historical, and futures.”

For those who report incidents and UAP information, federal agencies and contractors working with the government cannot take action, including suspending security clearances.

Furthermore, people who are retaliated against “may bring a private civil action for all appropriate remedies, including injunctive relief and compensatory and punitive damages, against the Government or other employer who took the personnel action, in the United States Court of Federal Claims,” the amendment reads. 

A long-time advocate of increased transparency about UFOs, Mike Gallagher, supports information flow about them.

If his amendment to NDAA 2023 passes all the requisite legislative hurdles, it could turn on a spigot of information on more UFO incidents. As a result, people who have been forced to keep silent or follow confidentiality agreements might no longer be subject to a legal gag order.

In May 2022, Gallagher was interviewed on The Pat Macafee show. He spoke out about UFOs and the questions behind them and even proposed that unidentified flying objects could be piloted by humans from the future.

During the interview, Gallagher spoke about the main hypotheses that are currently being handled around unidentified aerial phenomena detected in restricted airspace by the military, both from the ground and in the air and sea. 

Gallagher suggested that UFOs could be a secret technology of an enemy nation or that they are objects of extraterrestrial origin. 

And although he acknowledged that there is still not enough data to lean towards one of the two options, there is a third that seems “extremely interesting, and this option sees UFOs as not aliens, but interdimensional beings, or beings coming from the future.

**By Howard Altman