What Tucker Carlson uncovered about UFOs will change the world forever

There are few things the government is more tight-lipped about than UFOs.

They could be the key to proving whether extraterrestrial life is out there, and what they want.

And what Tucker Carlson uncovered about UFOs will change the world forever.

Tucker Carlson is one of the few major reporters willing to seek out the truth when it comes to unidentified flying objects (UFOs).

He has been talking about them for years, and often brings on those who have been studying them for decades, despite the rest of the so-called “mainstream” media dismissing them as “conspiracy theorists” and “kooks.”

And Carlson recently released bombshell information during an installment of Tucker Carlson Originals on Fox Nation.

In the show, he spoke to a renowned theoretical physicist, a former UK Ministry investigator, and government eyewitnesses to get to the truth about UFOs.

He opened the episode by speaking about the Office of the Director of National Intelligence releasing a report confirming that the U.S. military has investigated nearly 150 credible UFO encounters, which they cannot explain.

“The strategic questions with UFOs are what are we dealing with, what are their capabilities, and what is their intention,” said Nick Pope, a former investigator for the UK Ministry of Defense.

So far, the U.S. has failed to answer those questions, but Carlson did his best to get as many answers as he could.

According to one source, Carlson claims that the U.S. government has even obtained physical materials from UFOs in the past.

But the most troubling allegation comes from John Greenwald Jr. of theblackvault.com.

Greenwald told Carlson that UFOs seem to be attracted to nuclear facilities, stating that “there seems to be an attraction to anything and everything nuclear.”

He went on to state that many of the reported UFO sightings occurred within close proximity to military testing areas, many of which being former testing sites of nuclear weapons in the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s.

Tom Rogan of the Washington Examiner added to that point, stating that it is “understood” within the Pentagon, the intelligence community, and members of Congress that there is a connection between nuclear weapons, reactors, and “true unknown” UFOs.

So if that is true, the real question people should be asking is why UFOs would be attracted to nuclear sites?

If extraterrestrial beings – or a foreign nation – had nefarious intentions, it seems like a no-brainer to target those locations.

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