A UFO whistleblower sounded the alarm on this bone-chilling threat against the truth

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The federal government knows more than they’re willing to admit about the existence of UFOs.

Now the lengths they’re willing to go to keep a lid on this information is being exposed.

And a UFO whistleblower sounded the alarm on this bone-chilling threat against the truth.

UFO whistleblowers are being threatened, according to Congressman

The federal government has been more forthcoming about some of the information surrounding the existence of UFOs in recent years.

For decades, it was dismissed as the stuff of science fiction. But the Pentagon released an unclassified version of its 2022 UFO report to the public last year.

Lue Elizondo came forward as a UFO whistleblower after working for the Defense Department’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which studied the UFO phenomenon.

The program was started in 2009 to “investigate potential next-generation aerospace technologies.”

He said that he’s faced threats and so have “several other whistleblowers formerly associated with the UAP [unidentified anomalous phenomena] effort for the U.S. Government.”

Elizondo told The Good Trouble Show that he’s feeling perfectly fine in a statement.

“I would like to make this perfectly clear to the American people. I am not prone to accidents. I am not suicidal. I am not abusing drugs. I am not engaged in any illicit activities,” Elizondo said. “If something happens to me or my family members in the future, you will know what happened.”

Representative Tim Burchett is one of the leaders pushing for UFO transparency on Capitol Hill.

He called the lack of protections for UFO whistleblowers by the government alarming.

“There is whistleblower protection, but it’s a joke, and we know it’s a joke,” Burchett told Fox News Digital.

Burchett didn’t reveal who or what the threats were against Elizondo, but he said they’ve become friends.

UFO whistleblowers lack adequate protection from the government

“Lou is a dear friend of mine, and I take any threat against anybody seriously, especially against friends and somebody that has given so much to this country and to this issue [UFOs],” Burchett said.

“So, I’m very much aware of it, and I’m very much alarmed,” Burchett continued. “I’m pursuing every avenue I can to get to the bottom of it.”

UFO whistleblower David Grusch, a former Air Force officer, testified before a House committee last year that he was threatened to keep quiet about a secret government program to recover UFOs that have crashed. 

“I can’t get into the specifics in an open forum but . . . what I personally witnessed myself and my wife was very disturbing,” Grusch said. “I’ve faced brutal, unfortunate tactics.”

He claimed that the government has had UFO technology since the 1930s and is in possession of creatures of “non-human origin.”

No one can be quite sure about what the truth is about the existence of UFOs or the government’s knowledge of them.

But someone doesn’t want the UFO whistleblowers coming forward with what they know.