During a recent appearance on the “Full Send” podcast, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson told a bazar tale about military troops and UFOs. According to Carlson he spoke with a Stanford professor who had been allegedly tasked with studying numerous cases of troops with brain-injuries caused by UFOs. In the crazy tale, which Carlson even seemed to have a hard time believing, the professor told the “Tucker Carlson Tonight” host crazy details. The only catch is the military is shutting the story down.
As you can watch below Carlson tells the Full Send podcast about the interaction. According to Carlson, the Stanford professor alleged that 11 years ago the Defense Department had brought him in to investigate numerous cases of brain injuries in soldiers. The professor also said that there were more than 100 troops who had brain injuries or who were dead due to UFOs. Further he claimed that their families had opened court cases against the government since the government refused to provide the injured soldiers or the families of deceased service members with benefits.
“[In] a number of cases, these things have landed on military bases. … Servicemen have approached them and they get traumatic brain injury, or they’re killed,” Carlson said on the podcast. “I’m like, why isn’t this on the front page of the New York Times? I don’t know.”
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— Full Send Podcast (@fullsendpodcast) March 10, 2023
The government, aka the Defense Department and the Pentagon, has rejected these claims. Defense Department spokesperson Susan Gough said “That story is false.” Though it would be fairly easy to check for over a hundred open court cases on the matter.
UFOs have been a very popular subject in the news as of lately. After the discovery of the Chinese Spy Balloon and the subsequent unidentified objects, some interesting comments have been made by higher up individuals.
The head of the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office had recently drafted a report suggesting that “alien vessels could indeed be sending out search probes throughout our solar system.” Following that report, Sean Kirkpatrick, a chairman of Harvard University’s astronomy department made a similar statement. Kirkpatrick said that “[A]n artificial interstellar object could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth, an operational construct not too dissimilar from NASA missions.”
Leaving many to speculate UFOs, aliens, and the secrets the government could be keeping hidden from the public.
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