US Army Will Investigate "UFO" Metal Alloys in Partnership with TTSA/Tom Delonge

In December 2017, the New York Times broke news that the Pentagon actively investigated UFOs and even released actual UFO footage to really bring the point home! This story gave a green light to the entire mainstream media and government to take UFOs (and let's be real, that means aliens) seriously. Ever since, UFOs and aliens have been a hot topic.

In one of the latest of these stories, it is being reported that To the Stars Academy, the organization that Tom Delonge (of Blink 182) helped to create, and that helped break the New York Times story, is now partnering with the U.S. Army. Under this new arrangement, the Army will have access to mysterious metal alloys that TTSA has come across, and will be able to verify TTSA's claims about the alloys' otherworldly origins.

If you recall, back in 2017, it was reported that aerospace billionaire Robert Bigelow had a contract with the Pentagon wherein he secretly stored UFO "debris" in Las Vegas buildings he owned. It's very possible that the TTSA and the Army's partnership is in response to this news!

In addition to this headline, there are many more related ones. For example, more than three million people have now watched a recent Joe Rogan interview with Commander David Fravor, the US Navy pilot who saw the now-famous "tic tac UFO." And a former NASA scientist was also recently quoted by many media outlets as saying that life was discovered on Mars back in the 1970s.

Are all of these news headlines building to one really big story? Is UFO and Alien Disclosure upon us? As always, let me know what you think!