US should take UFOs seriously & shouldn't 'laugh them off' after San Diego sighting revealed, says Senator Marco Rubio

THE US should take UFOs entering the country’s airspace seriously and shouldn’t “laugh them off”, Republican Senator Marco Rubio has warned.

The warning comes after Navy footage appears to show an orb-shaped object flying through the sky before dropping into the ocean off the coast of San Diego in 2019.

Sen. Rubio, of Florida, told CBS 60 Minutes that investigating aircraft from foreign powers or another civilization should be given more time and resources.

The Republican said: “I want us to take it seriously and have a process to take it seriously.

“I want us to have a process to analyze the data every time it comes in. That there be a place where this is cataloged and constantly analyzed until we get some answers.”

The US Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the Director of National Intelligence to work with the Defense Department to provide a report by June 25 on unexplained sightings by the military.

Luis Elizondo, who led the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program between 2007 and 2012, warned the report could reveal the greatest intelligence failings since 9/11.

Footage appears to show an extraterrestrial object buzzing the Navy ship USS Omaha in July 2019 as personnel tracked it with a targeting camera.

One person is heard saying: “Whoa, he’s getting close.”

Then, the shape goes into the ocean and disappears from view.

The same voice is then heard exclaiming: “Splash! Splash! Mark bearing range."

The images and footage were published by investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell on Mystery Wire and the incident took place on July 15, 2019.

Former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves has also recalled seeing bizarre objects just like the one that flew around the Omaha.

He said that he saw the strange objects zipping through the skies above restricted Virginia Beach daily.

In another encounter, USS Nimitz pilots reported seeing a tic-tac-like object in the sky.

And, in July 2019, several US warships were reportedly visited by some strange vessels from above off the coast of San Diego.

Steve Bassett, the executive director of Paradigm Research Group, thinks US intelligence is preparing to end a so-called “74-year truth embargo”.

The count apparently started back in 1947 when the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) in New Mexico distributed a press release claiming they had recovered the remains of a “flying disc” that had crashed in the desert.

The next day, the US Army backtracked, claiming the recovered object was just a weather balloon.

But if the information comes forward, Bassett believes it will be the "most profound" moment in the history of mankind.

He exclusively told The Sun: What is going down right now is extraordinary. This is really a big deal. We may be in the last days of the truth embargo.

“We might be finally about to get confirmation of the ET presence we have been waiting [almost] 75 years for.”

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