Intelligence whistleblower David Grusch gave a bombshell report that the U.S. government not only has in its possession downed UFO crafts, but has even recovered alien bodies. The media is in a frenzy either trying to disprove his testimony or asking the big question: Are we alone? We have questions, as well. Is humanity on the verge of massive disclosure of extraterrestrial existence? Is this media hype all “controlled opposition” the purpose of which is to take hold of the UFO narrative?
Join Ben and Rob on this Friday Night Live show as they look back into the past of other government and military whistleblowers who have talked about UFOs and alien crashes. This week alone, there was a report of an unusual UFO and giant alien sightings. Is all of this setting the stage for Project Blue Beam, or is this the real deal? And tonight’s show has so much more. Don’t miss today’s Mandela Effect segment, the Top 10 Weirder News of the Week, and the “Dig Deep” live Q&A!
Highlights from “Dig Deep” Q&A:
Do some storms make people go crazy like the full moon? If so, what do we do?
How long do you think it will be until UFO technology is available to the public? 50 years? 100 years? Maybe less?
What is Project Blue Beam? Is recent UFO news setting us up for Project Blue Beam?
What does the “firmament” mean?
Is alien tech already available in our phones, etc?
Top 10 Weirder News of the Week:
10. A modern day tool—or something unusual, at least—appears in a location that it shouldn’t exist.
9. Can swamp creatures self-replicate? This impossible event in a Costa Rican zoo has everyone shocked.
8. This not-so-super hero gets a demotion as his original story is turned on its head and the character changed, to fans’ dismay.
7. Space activity that happened millions of years ago seems to influence something big at the center of our galaxy.
6. Photography skills have become out of this world. The best photos of the galaxy in 2023 are on display.
5. Is it an alien parasite, mythological beast, or more evidence that eel-like creatures are more “vampire” than “fisherman’s victim”?
4. Even the news anchors couldn’t get on board when the story they reported on claimed THIS was best for hydration. (And it wasn’t water.)
3. Nature lovers in Canada accidentally capture video proof of witchy rituals on their property. (Cover the kids’ eyes for this one!)
2. The pope makes a surprising comment about extraterrestrials and baptism.
1. These future plane passengers are sure to have a rootin’-tootin’ good time on their next flight … if they don’t pass out first.