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Congress Preparing for 2 New UFO Hearings: What We Know So Far

Two new UFO hearings are being planned in Congress. Pictures is a Canva drawing of what a UFO might look like.

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In the wake of July 2023’s explosive UAP hearing, Congress is gearing up for another deep dive into the mysteries beyond unidentified aerial phenomena. The upcoming hearing promises a new lineup of witnesses and may happen no later than September. Here’s a look at everything we know so far about the hearing. 

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The Next House UFO Hearing Could Include People from Grusch’s Witness List

According to a tweet by @AskaPol_UAPs, the new hearing is expected to feature an even more robust witness list. AskaPol asked Rep. Tim Burchett if any of the witnesses for the n ext hearing might be taken from UFO whistleblower David Grusch’s list of cooperative and hostile witnesses. 

Burchett replied, “That’ll be part of the next hearing, some of those folks. I’m afraid to give out too many names, because, as you know, what happened the last time we had like 12 people that were coming in. We ended up with three. We had some people that were scared.” 

Potential names include former military personnel and scientists who have firsthand experience with UAPs. This expanded witness list could provide deeper insights and corroborate earlier testimonies about the phenomena.

Burchett said that retired Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet is among the witnesses they want to speak to. “There’s a Navy admiral who’s been real vocal here lately,” he said. You can see our story about Gallaudet’s most recent revelation here

Rep. Burchett also told AskaPol that he wasn’t sure when the next hearing would take place, but he’s working on it. 

“We just got to get a set date and start focusing on that,” he said. “I’m going to be working on that this week.”

An AARO Hearing with the Senate Should Take Place this Summer

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a vocal advocate for UAP transparency, talked to AskaPol about a potential new hearing with AARO under the interim director, who’s taken over since Sean Kirkpatrick stepped down. 

“I said I wanted to do it this summer and he said he’d love to do it,” she said. 

Interestingly, she added: “I told him I wanted him to do video of the things that he’s figured out. Cause like they’ve figured out a bunch of things that looked really weird and now I want to know what they are because it gives the community something to fully understand, to see how strong the science is.”

She went on to say that some anomalous sightings have been figured out, but not all of them. 

The hearing would help “to present to the public… If you see these ten weird things, we figured out three of them. We’re gonna show you these three. We still don’t know about seven, but here’s three and this is why we know.”

The hearing will likely take place in July, but if not July, then September, she added. 

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    Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. She's a licensed attorney and has a master's in science and technology journalism. You can reach her at [email protected].

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