So here's how this episode of "Redacted" started out:
Incidentally, Burchett's office is right close to here in Knoxville.Our guest, John Stewart, hand delivered his entire investigation, to Congressman Tim Burchette's office. He's become the first non governmental civilian, to submit a report to the United States Congress, regarding the extraterrestrial phenomena.
If this information is indeed going to become an official part of the UAP congressional investigation, then OMG, there's no one up above who's at all interested in checking out his sources. Not that it would be of any great surprise mind you, but interesting none the less, considering...
From the notes I jotted down while watching it:
His sources are Sean David Morton , Richard Doty, Michael Salla, Linda Moulton Howe - Steven Greer and Project Aquarius/Dan Burisch get an honorable mention.
Has anyone been hearing about some congressman seeing something that struck him so profound, it left his hands shaking? Supposedly LOL, it was this dark grainy video that shook him.
Ex 4 star general and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell, was one of the doctors in the video.
He's saying this is all about "Majestic" (which was Doty's baby more or less, same as "Project Serpo".
He calls the video "The Victor Film". Being that it was Doty that probably told him that shit, it struck me Doty may be playfully using the name Victor from Victor Martinez, who was the original member of the 2006/07 Project Serpo behind the scenes "Team of Five":
Christopher "Kit" Green (CIA)
Richard Doty (AFOSI)
Hal Puthoff (NSA)
That's it for now, just something to keep an eye on. I can't yet verify this guy's direct connection to the hearings.
At the very least, some of these content providers like the couple that does "Redacted" are getting hornswoggled by some of these same old retread stories, performed by the same old people from the same old groups. I'm waiting to see the planet name Serpo come popping up next, and the Eben/astronaut exchange program...
Something else. As the 26th rolls near, I'm seeing a lot of previews advertising first hand ufo accounts of military pilots seeing unexplainable aerial phenomena. I don't think there's any argument that pilots are seeing very strange things up there, but haven't we been led to believe we'd be seeing evidence of alien bodies, and their retrieved ships? Pilots seeing ufo's/uap's is not exactly red meat for the hungry and curious any more.
The unexamined life is not worth living.