The U.S. Navy Confirms That Tom DeLonge’s UFO Videos Are Real 

September 19, 2019 / Posted by:

We all laughed when Tom DeLonge quit his once-hugely successful punk-pop band Blink-182 in order to follow his dream of finding aliens or some shit. Well, Tom DeLonge found UFOs. Bet his wife wants him back now–he’s a space traveling frontiersman. His company, the To the Stars Academy, published videos which have now been confirmed to be legitimate. So technically he leaked private information? Is he gonna get the full Julian Assange, or?

I’m not sure if this is just a hoax created by the U.S. government to justify their idiotic fucking Space Force idea or what, but the Navy is saying that Tom was telling the truth. Vice reports that Tom’s To The Stars Academy posted video alleged to be of U.S. Navy Fighter Pilots seeing a UFO–sorry– a UAP: Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon.

Here are the videos they found:

Okay, but why are these highly-trained Navy Fighter Pilots saying, “dude“, like they’re a stoned Owen Wilson?

The Navy has now confirmed these videos, posted over a year ago, are authentique:

“The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those 3 videos as unidentified.”

John Greenwald, who is the author and curator of The Black Vault, which is the largest “civilian archive” of declassified government documents, says that the Navy’s response is interesting to note. Normally they come up with explanations, claiming the “UFOs” in the videos are drones or balloons, but this time they’re referred to as a “phenomena.” 

It’s speculated that the two videos from 2015, “Gimbal” and “Go Fast”, were taken while the Roosevelt Carrier group was at the Jacksonville Training Complex off the Florida/Georgia coast. Now I don’t know military lingo but from what Vice explains, they’re high-tech as fuck.

In this location, Carrier Strike Group-12 would have been in the purview of the Naval nuclear submarine base King’s Bay. Roughly 300 miles south of the flotilla, is the Navy’s Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC). According to the Navy, making use of a multitude of in-air and deep-water tracking systems, AUTEC, is capable of monitoring and controlling upwards of 500 nautical miles and a height of 70,000 feet around the facility.

These unidentified objects may have been tracked by one, likely all, of these highly sophisticated nearby military facilities.

But back in 2015, a spokesperson said this about the videos:

“We have checked the records, and despite the public reporting (and video) on the incident, no records exist at FACSFAC [Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility] for the event(s) in question.”

So, they flipped the script, and we’re being visited by a species or entity with better technology or magic than us! Yay! Can’t wait for them to overtake us and terraform the planet. Imagine that’s global warming? It’s already started!

You know who feels vindicated today, apart from Tom who put himself $37 million into debt to find these UAPs? All of those idiots who were going to storm Area 51! Maybe they would have found aliens there! Maybe that Dutch YouTuber isn’t a moron?! …Maybe

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