The following article, Tucker Carlson to Air Pentagon’s Most Compelling UFO Evidence Yet, was first published on Flag And Cross.
For decades now, the United States has been obsessed with the idea of flying saucers.
Called UFO’s for most of modern history, the term “UAP”, or “unidentified aerial phenomenon has become the new norm among government officials discussing the subject – which in and of itself is something that would never have happened even a decade ago.
On Thursday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson is about to boldly go where few primetime anchors have gone before, and with some stunning new evidence.
Now, Tucker Carlson reveals the most compelling evidence in the upcoming episode of Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Originals – The UFO Files: Chasing the Truth.”
“Oh, UFOs, they’re spooky and kinda funny,” Tucker writes. “Crazy people believe in them. Up until you get to the line, ‘The Pentagon admits it doesn’t know what in the world this is.’ That’s all you need to know. From a national security perspective, that’s a very big problem.”
Tucker sits down with air and space experts and witnesses of the strange sightings for the Fox Nation special to learn more about what UFOs are and if they should worry us.
And, according to some, worry we shall.
There are plenty of credible, military eyewitnesses who’ve now come forward to say that these unidentified craft are not only of a far superior technological locale, but that they’ve been known to arm and disarm American nuclear sites on a whim.
Tucker’s special airs on Thursday night.
Continue reading: Tucker Carlson to Air Pentagon’s Most Compelling UFO Evidence Yet ...