The UFO Phenomenon
UFO whistleblower David Grusch allegedly held secret talk in New York
By T.K. Randall
January 10, 2024 · 24 comments
Grusch speaking at the subcommittee hearing last year. Image Credit: YouTube / Guardian News
According to reports, Grusch gave a talk to a number of 'Wall Street bigwigs' and intelligence community officials.
Grusch, who previously worked with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and held top-level clearance at the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, entered the public eye back in 2023 when he made the startling claim that the US government had long been in possession of "intact and partially intact vehicles of non-human origin".
He later appeared at the subcommittee hearing on UFOs at the US House of Representatives where, citing "extensive interviews with high-level intelligence officials", he maintained that "non-human biologics" had been found at some of these crash sites and claimed that people had been "harmed or injured" as a result of government efforts to conceal this information.
His claims have since attracted a great deal of both intrigue and controversy, especially given that - so far at least - he has yet to actually provide any real evidence to corroborate them.
Now according to an anonymous attendee, Grusch recently gave a secret talk in New York to a group of investors, CIA and FBI officials, tech entrepreneurs and other prominent individuals.
Journalists have seemingly since confirmed that the event actually did take place and that it was hosted by Coinbase advisor John D'Agostino and attorney John J. Altorelli.
During the talk, Grusch reportedly claimed that his sources had worked on a 40ft-long UFO that was larger on the inside than it was on the outside and could 'manipulate space and time'.
He also allegedly claimed that it put out enough energy to power 70,000 homes a year.
If this all sounds a little familiar then that's not surprising - it almost sounds like he's describing the TARDIS from Doctor Who
- thus making these claims particularly dubious to put it mildly.
As things stand, we don't really know for sure that the meeting took place, that Grusch actually made these claims or, if he did, that his sources were actually providing him with truthful information.
Without official confirmation of these reports, all we can really do is speculate.
Source: Mail Online
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