What if you “literally” cannot discuss the true nature of UFOs in a widely shared format?

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I was watching a few YouTube videos of Trump and Obama discussing UFOs. And it was amazing to me that Trump, who regularly claims to be an expert in everything, was quick to admit he “wants the pilots to believe what they believe” and that he doesn’t know. But in the video where he talks to Trump Jr. about Roswell, he says “it’s very interesting” and “many people would love to know”, as if implying he does know.

But the key part here is at the end of the clip he says “I’ll tell you after this.” What if he isn’t just saying that because then it’ll be kept secret, but literally because it cannot be said on TV in video, on a screen or speakers. Capable of being spread instantly everywhere. A format that is incredibly unnatural.

Another clip, of Corden interviewing Obama, Obama literally says “I can’t tell you ON AIR.”

David Grusch also said “he needs to be careful what he says publicly” and that he can tell the Congressmembers in a SCIF. So, basically the exact opposite of any kind of recording technology.

Plus, we never actually have VERY good videos or photos of these anomalies.

And why do the Congressmembers have to go to the Air Force base to see it for themselves, so publicly? Did they ever say they saw evidence before they went?

Perhaps the answer truly is only something you can learn first-hand. And there is no way to communicate it to the public successfully.

Sure, I totally get that this is a little far-fetched. But technology is advancing rapidly, screens were never so prevalent in all of human history, and they definitely play a part in our mental development.

I’m just wondering if there’s maybe anything to this idea?

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