UAP Cau­cus Denied Select Com­mit­tee; Dis­clo­sure Act Being Debat­ed In House

UAP Caucus Denied Select Committee; Disclosure Act Being Debated In House

In the run-up to the block­buster UAP hear­ing on July 26 dur­ing which for­mer intel­li­gence offi­cer-turned-whistle­blow­er David Grusch made extra­or­di­nary alle­ga­tions of black-bud­get crash retrieval and reverse engi­neer­ing pro­grams, UFO Twit­ter was buzzing about how the hear­ing could impact the pub­lic debate.
In the imme­di­ate after­math of the hear­ing, a hand­ful of rep­re­sen­ta­tives from both sides of the aisle promised the Amer­i­can peo­ple a con­cert­ed push for trans­paren­cy. This group (lat­er des­ig­nat­ed the UAP Cau­cus), as well as their allies in Con­gress, have pur­sued fur­ther access.
On July 27, Rep. Tim Burchett (R‑TN) — along­side Reps. Anna Pauli­na Luna (R‑FL), Matt Gaetz (R‑FL), and Jared Moskowitz (D‑FL) — co-signed a let­ter to Speak­er of the House Kevin McCarthy (R‑CA) ask­ing for a Select Com­mit­tee “out­side the juris­dic­tion of any stand­ing com­mit­tee” and “with sub­poe­na author­i­ty.”
Speak­ing with The Dai­ly Wire on Tues­day, Burchett said that the request for …