Advocates are pushing for questions about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) to be included in the upcoming presidential debates. The House Oversight Committee recently held a historic hearing on UFOs, where three whistleblowers testified about their experiences. The New Paradigm Institute is calling for all presidential candidates, including Joe Biden, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Donald Trump, to commit to disclosing information about UFOs and government transparency.

The Institute believes that the next president of the United States will play a crucial role in making decisions about UAP disclosure. They argue that it is time for the topic of UFOs to be included in the political discourse of our elections. A social media campaign has been launched to pressure debate moderators to ask candidates about their willingness to declassify UFO-related documents.

While there has been bipartisan support in Congress for the release of UFO files, there is still some stigma surrounding the topic. Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s response to a question about UFOs during a presidential primary debate last April garnered mixed reactions. Some believe that laughter and mockery are not appropriate responses to national security questions.

Despite the skepticism and stigma, interest in UFOs and extraterrestrial life is growing. The Senate recently passed a bipartisan UFO disclosure bill, giving the president the power to classify or declassify specific records related to UFOs. Whistleblowers have come forward to allege that the government has been running secret programs to retrieve crashed alien craft and reverse engineer the technology.

The push for UFO disclosure has gained momentum, with advocates like the New Paradigm Institute calling for transparency and government accountability. The public is eagerly awaiting the first presidential debate of the 2024 election cycle, hoping that candidates will be asked about their stance on UFO disclosure. As the debate approaches, the pressure is mounting for candidates to address this important issue that has long been shrouded in secrecy.