Lue Elizondo, the former director of the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), has publicly revealed that he and other whistleblowers have received credible threats to their lives. This chilling revelation shines a harsh light on the lengths to which certain factions within the government will go to silence those who seek to expose the truth about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs).

Elizondo, a decorated veteran and career intelligence officer, has been a leading voice in the fight for UAP transparency. His courageous decision to come forward with information about the government’s secretive UAP program has garnered worldwide attention and sparked a renewed interest in the decades-long mystery surrounding these objects.

The threats against Elizondo are not only a personal attack but also a blatant attempt to intimidate other whistleblowers and stifle the flow of information to the public. This is a clear violation of the principles of transparency and accountability that are supposed to be the cornerstone of our democracy.

The timing of these threats is particularly suspicious, as Elizondo has recently hinted at upcoming revelations that are expected to be disclosed by mid-2024. These disclosures are rumored to be highly significant and potentially explosive, shedding new light on the true nature of UAPs and the government’s knowledge of them. It is no coincidence that those who seek to keep this information hidden are now resorting to threats and intimidation to protect their secrets.

News of the threats against Elizondo was first reported by Matt Ford on The Good Trouble Show, citing direct messages from Elizondo.

Elizondo’s public statement, shared via Matt Ford of the Good Trouble Show, leaves no room for doubt about the gravity of the situation:

“When people first inquired about my story, the Pentagon initially confirmed my role in AATIP and the focus of its efforts. Shortly after Secretary Mattis left the department, the Pentagon changed its tune by saying all my emails had been deleted—the same emails that would substantiate not only my claims but many of those who were part of the AATIP effort, including one of its sponsors, the late Senator Harry Reid.


Later, when confronted with a FOIA request, the Pentagon denied again the existence of any email or correspondence between me and other seniors within the department whom I was regularly engaged with until the day I left the Pentagon in 2017. Recently, one of my emails was leaked by an unknown person on Reddit. This time, when the Pentagon was challenged with the existence of the email, in this case, one that described the authorized transfer of AATIP leadership responsibilities to another senior member of the department and endorsed by the Secretary of Defense front office, they were forced to admit this email existed and was not deleted as they previously claimed. Begrudgingly, when the Pentagon finally did release the email, proving my role and participation in AATIP, the Pentagon decided to redact the mention of AATIP, citing FOIA exemptions! By this logic, they would also have to redact the name AARO and any other office at the Pentagon.

It should also be noted that the Pentagon’s mouthpiece for this is one individual within the public affairs office who has been given sole authority to handle all FOIA requests involving UAPs, AARO, AATIP, and specifically, me. All this information is in the public sphere and can be easily verified thanks to the works of certain private citizens fighting for increased government transparency through the FOIA process. Simply put, you and Congress continued to be lied to by a few at the Pentagon who prefer to view you and the American people as “sheeple.” Make no mistake, the Pentagon public affairs office has a long history of feeding misinformation to certain questionable journalists to mislead the American public, and that relationship is alive and well today and is in fact now legal through a new and disturbing policy of “perception management.”

To add insult to injury, I was notified yesterday that there may be a personal threat against myself, and several other whistleblowers formerly associated with the UAP effort for the U.S. government. As such, I would like to make this perfectly clear to the American people: I am not prone to accidents! I am not suicidal! I am not abusing drugs! I am not engaged in any illicit activities. If something happens to me or my family members in the future, you will know what happened!”

The American people have a right to know the truth about UAPs. The government’s continued attempts to suppress this information are a betrayal of the public trust and a disservice to those who have served our country with honor. It is time for the government to come clean about what it knows and to stop persecuting those who seek to expose the truth.

The dire implications of these threats cannot be overstated. This isn’t simply a matter of bureaucratic infighting or differing opinions; it’s a stark demonstration of the lengths to which powerful forces will go to maintain the UAP cover-up. Elizondo’s life, and potentially the lives of others, hangs in the balance. This isn’t just about UFOs anymore; it’s about the fundamental right of the American people to know the truth and the erosion of trust in the institutions meant to serve them.

The Pentagon’s actions – the denial of Elizondo’s involvement, the deletion and redaction of emails, and the reliance on a single individual to control the narrative – reeks of a coordinated campaign of misinformation and obfuscation. This is not the behavior of a government confident in its transparency and accountability. It is the behavior of an entity with something to hide, an entity that fears the power of truth and the consequences of its exposure.

Elizondo’s warning is a call to action for all who value truth and transparency. It is a plea for the American people to demand accountability from their government and to stand in solidarity with those who dare to speak out against the shadows. This is not just Elizondo’s fight; it is a fight for the future of our democracy, a fight against the forces of secrecy and deception that seek to control our knowledge and our understanding of the world around us.

We must not allow fear to win. We must not let those who threaten violence and intimidation dictate the course of our collective knowledge. We must stand united in our demand for transparency and accountability, for only then can we hope to unravel the mysteries that have plagued us for generations and forge a future built on truth, not fear.

The truth about UAPs is out there, and it’s time we demand to know it. The threats against Lue Elizondo and other whistleblowers are a desperate attempt to silence the truth, but we will not be silenced. We will not be intimidated. We will continue to seek the truth, no matter the cost.

We stand with Lue Elizondo and all the whistleblowers who are risking their lives to bring this information to light. We will not be silenced, and we will not rest until the truth is revealed.

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