Any plausible narratives for Grusch’s testimony other than the ones he puts forward?

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I’m just trying to wrap my head around what’s happening. So, from a skeptic’s point of view, what could be other reasons for Grusch’s testimony? Can you detail scenarios that might possibily explain this story of “high ranking / high clearance officials claiming to be participating in a UAP legacy program”?

I know some speculate that this could be to conceal other secret program not related to UAPs. How would such a cover-up work, really? If you don’t want to attract attention on a secret program, talking about UFOs is probably the worst idea ever, no?

So, have you thought of any plausible scenarios? Please discuss!

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