If the US government found evidence of space aliens, would they publicize it or would they cover it … by Tony Garcia
Answer by Tony Garcia:
I have answered so many questions of this type. While the U.S. government’s position on UFO’s has remained a steadfast denial of the existence of any evidence supporting visitation by extraterrestrial craft, one must take into account the 1960 recommendations of the Brookings Institute, who were asked to study the social, economic, political, legal, and international implications of the use of space for peaceful and scientific purposes.
Brookings issued a report, Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs, by Donald N. Michael, that postulated on the response of the American people should there be contact with extraterrestrials or evidence of their existence—such as structures on the moon.
The Report advised the government to withhold any evidence of extraterrestrial contact from the public.