Prove me wrong: there is absolutely a conspiracy against the American people.

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I hate the “either/or” logical fallacy, but I think that’s where we’re at:

either UAPs are real, they’re here on Earth and the DoD is hiding the evidence from Congress and from the American people, or;

The DoD is intentionally using UAPs as a disinformation campaign to delay the deeper examination of their (well documented) financial mismanagement, and fraudulent accounting and contracting practices.

I just don’t see any other viable explanations for everything that’s been going in this space. I’m looking for other ideas, because either of these options is pretty wild.

Edit: grammar, wording.

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