The Intercept also tried to discredit Luiz Elizondo in 2019

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It’s notable that as well as trying to take down David Grusch recently, the same media organisation The Intercept attempted similar towards the other Pentagon UAP whistleblower in 2019, Luis Elizondo. The Intercept published an article (picture above) aiming to discredit Elizondo by saying he never actually worked at the Pentagon. They claimed that Pentagon spokespeople had told the Intercept that Elizondo didn’t work on UAPs.

Their plan might have worked until Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid responded by publishing a letter stating “As one of the original sponsors of AATIP, I can state as a matter of record Elizondo’s involvement and leadership in this program. Mr Elizondo is a former intelligence officer who has spent his career working tirelessly in the shadows on sensitive national security matters, including investigating UAPs as the head of AATIP.”

Clear pattern of behaviour: the Pentagon using The Intercept to spread false narratives to discredit former Pentagon UAP investigators turned whistleblower.

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