Tim Burchett is NOT a fan of Schumer’s UAP amendment

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This one kind of surprised me. Up until now everyone who talked about this amendment seems to think it’ll lead to real disclosure.

In the recent The Hill event Timbo is saying he’s not feeling positive about it and that it’ll just be used by the Pentagon to hide all their evidence even deeper.

But… if the senate leaders / White House really want to hide this info why introduce this 64-page over-the-top-scifi-sounding amendment to begin with? Couldn’t they just ignore this altogether? On the other hand Burchett has earned my trust so far and he might have a good reason to distrust them.

Here’s my theory about what’s going on: the IC realized the basic truth about NHI is coming out whether they like it or not (several have already alluded to this like Ross, Corbell, and even Moskowitz in that same event). So maybe this amendment is their way of burying all the dark secrets they don’t want revealed once the dominos start to fall.

That would also explain the utter lack of interest this amendment has gotten from the media—it’s a legislative tool to hide info so the less people know about it the better. It also explains to me Schumer’s odd explanation about it from the other day.

What does the community think? I’m very curious to know.

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