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Rep. Tim Burchett on UFOs: 'the government is part of the cover-up'

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Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) says he doesn't trust the Department of Defense after the latest secret briefings on UFOs. 


Rep. Burchett joined “On Balance with Leland Vittert” to discuss his statements as well as what it is he does believe when it comes to extraterrestrial life. 

He believes the Pentagon knows more than what they’re saying following the latest secret briefings on UFOs. “There’s an arrogance in government at that level that we cannot handle what’s going on out there, It’s a bogus cover-up and the government is part of the cover-up and they’re not going to disclose it to us because they don’t trust us, Burchett said.


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