“They are not Drones”: The Navy shows a video of a UFO entering the water

A video that appears to show a UFO disappearing into the water near US Navy warships contradicts the official version that these objects are drones.

Filmmaker and researcher Jeremy Corbell, who was the only civilian named during the May congressional hearing, obtained and released six videos of unidentified aerial phenomena that were confirmed by the Pentagon.

Only one of those six pieces was shown during the historic public hearing, and Scott Bray, the deputy director of naval intelligence, said they are “reasonably certain” the objects were drones.

But Corbell does not agree and has stated this in a recent interview with The Sun. “These objects flew at 21,000 feet for more than four hours and flew at speeds of 158 mph (138 knots), according to published Navy documents,” he said.

“UFOs are real and they remain a bigger national security problem than we knew.”

And while the debate has revolved around whether the objects were drones or UFOs, the videos published by the researcher appear to show at least one of these unidentified people disappearing into the sea.

“That’s crucial, because it shows that these technologically advanced ships of unknown origin can defy the principles of resistance,” Corbell stressed.

“It was understood that they disappeared into the water, which led to the hypothesis that these objects are transmedia; that is, they have the ability to traverse space, air, or sea without destruction, apparently defying the known laws of inertia,” he continued.

“Our greatest aerospace capabilities require thermal protection. That change in the middle is so dramatic that our ship can barely resist.”

“However, these advanced craft we know as UFOs seem immune to our understanding of the inertial effect. For example, moving faster than the speed of sound without generating a sonic boom.”

gravitational propulsion
Corbell, who has a multitude of sources, said that ability “leads our military to believe they are gravitationally propelled.”

That means they “appear to wrap their ship in gravitational distortion to enable true transmedia capability beyond what our military or any technologically advanced nation has been able to demonstrate in theater of war or otherwise.”

The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence passed a bill last month that specifically mentions “unidentified aerospace-underwater phenomena,” lending further credence to this theory.

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