Is NASA truly the enemy?

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With the recent post of the NASA report being delayed, I was a bit disheartened to hear such bashing against NASA. What have the legitimately done to hurt our cause? I ask with an open mind.

Could it be that they have been left in the dark, except for perhaps some very senior members? I can’t imagine the deeply passionate engineers, physicists, astronomers etc, who are also civilians under no secret clearances as far as I’m aware, could keep this secret. Not to mention the hundreds of thousands of independent researchers who use NASA data for research.

I have always loved space, and the specular images and discoveries regarding our universe on a shoestring budget resolved by NASA have inspired millions. We have no idea how these UAP’s arrive, and could it simply be NASA has sensors and various wavelength scopes trained at the infinite expanse of space rather than these relatively small objects in earth’s atmosphere?

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