UFO News: Congressman proposes Important New Law Proposal For UFO Whistleblowers. Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Armed Services, Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI) and Intelligence & Special Operations Subcommittee Chairman Ruben Gallego (D-AZ), have submitted a groundbreaking nine-page UAP-related amendment for possible addition to the House version of the FY 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), H.R. 7900.
It is amendment no. 908, submitted to the Rules Committee on July 5, 2022 (for complete amendment text, see the link below).
Among other things, the proposal would require establishment of a secure system. Furthermore the central Pentagon UAP office, has been revamped by Congress in December 2021. What’s more they would receive information about possible previously unreported UAP-related programs or data held anywhere within the government. This important UAP information then would then be turned over to key lawmakers.
Finally the proposal would provide legal protections for current or past military and intelligence agency employees, government military agency who come forward to provide UAP-related information through this “secure system.” Amendments Rules House Gov. Furthermore in addition The thought that the US Military has had secret dealings with extraterrestrial life is something of a side interest for Gallagher. Back in May, Politico News detailed that Gallagher utilized a House Intelligence Committee meeting to poke Pentagon authorities concerning a bright shining UAP drifting over Montana.
At which momentarily closed down an atomic weapons office in 1967. That story clearly comes from the book Unidentified:The UAP Phenomenon, from previous USAF aviator Robert Salas. And at that point, Pentagon authorities rejected that there was any mysterious evidence of proof concerning Alien life.