What if Schumer’s UAP Amendment is removed from the final NDAA and this is all over? What’s the next step?

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Let’s say this is fizzling out in the House and Senate, for whatever reason, and Schumer’s UAP Amendment gets removed from the NDAA before it gets finalized. That’d likely be the end of the David Grusch story, even if they still need to investigate whistleblower retaliation.

We’d be right back where we were, pre-Grusch. But if we’re still certain they’re not being transparent, what do we need to do? More public whistleblowers with more details? I mean what can we really do?

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