Last month, the House Oversight Subcommittee on national security hosted hearings on UFOs, also known as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) with former intelligence officer David Grusch and former Navy pilots David Fravor and Ryan Graves testified that they had seen aliens.

David Grusch, the former intelligence officer and so-called whistleblower testified that the government has debris collected from crashed alien spacecraft and federal retrieval teams have collected biological remains from alien bodies. He also testified he’s interviewed dozens of people who claim they’ve been injured by UFOs. Oh my god! That’s amazing … but wait.

Finding people who claim they’ve seen aliens, and even people who swear they’ve been abducted isn’t new or difficult. People have written books about being abducted and experimented on. And just like all those people with claims of seeing aliens, Grusch doesn’t have evidence to support his claims.

A 2021 Gallup poll showed that 40% of Americans, without any evidence, believe that some UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) are alien spacecraft, but keep in mind that nearly 12% believe lizard people run the government, 25% believe God supports their favorite football team, 30% believe in Bigfoot, and 61% of Republicans believe Trump won in 2020. 

We believe in a lot of stuff  without any actual physical proof. And why would God root for the Las Vegas Raiders? C’mon, man. He would be a Chiefs fan.