“TTSA, it’s no secret, also focuses on its entertainment division and, you know, let’s face it, guys like Chris Mellon and Steve Justice and myself, we’re not entertainers,” Elizondo told George Knapp on Coast to Coast A.M. “We’re not.”
Despite producing no evidence of space aliens, Elizondo declared that the mission he pursued at TTSA had been accomplished, thus justifying his departure. It was unclear what that mission was supposed to be since it was not disclosure.
Elizondo suggested that he and the other departing TTSA staff intend to pursue “disclosure” full-time, whatever that is supposed to mean. These brave he-men claim to know the “truth” but are too afraid of NDAs and share what they see as the most important discovery and unmask the biggest coverup in human history until Daddy and Mommy in the Pentagon say it’s OK. Daniel Ellsberg, they are not.
Meanwhile, Hal Puthoff remains at TTSA but has become the subject of a new claim circulating in UFO circles. A new, almost certainly false story alleges that in 1981, Puthoff screened Berkeley schoolchildren for psychic powers and then exposed them to a real, living Grey alien. I won’t even dignify that with a full description. As should be obvious, if any of it were true, then Puthoff has been a liar and a fraud misleading investors and government administrators—not to mention his buddy Jacques Vallée—for years about UFO research while secretly harboring a Grey alien. He must also be horribly unethical, mistreating an alien, exposing children to potential cosmic diseases, and conducting traumatic experiments without informed consent.
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