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Tom DeLonge spoke out on social media in support of the Pentagon whistleblowers who accused the government of withholding information about alien life.
The Blink-182 frontman and UFO researcher has for years sustained his belief that intelligent aliens are watching our planet and world leaders are in on the secret.
He took to Instagram to promote his new T-shirts – one of which read “Tom was right. Aliens F**king Exist.”
Among pictures of the new designs, DeLonge added the caption: “The UFO Hearings today made history. I am so proud of the three witnesses today that blew the lid off the UFO secrecy that has been intact for decades. Graves, Fravor and Grusch are HEROES.
“I appreciated the shout-out during the hearing, but so many were involved with @tothestars.media to make this happen.”
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Yesterday, the US Congress heard testimonies from Pentagon whistleblowers who accused the government of withholding information about alien life.
One whistleblower, ex-Navy Commander David Farvor, claims he saw a “tic tac” object flying across the sky during a 2004 training mission.
He said during his opening statement: “I’d like to say that the tic tac object we engaged in 2004 was far superior to anything that we had at the time, have today or looking to develop in the next 10 years.
“If we in fact have programs that possess this technology it needs to have oversight from those people that the citizens of this country elected in office to represent what is best for the United States and best for the citizens.”
DeLonge co-founded the To The Stars Academy – a Las Vegas-based company researching the extraterrestrial through science, arts and the media.
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However, the rocker’s fascination with unidentified flying objects (UFOs) has been met with criticism from members of the sceptic community.
In 2020, DeLonge was accused of publishing “verified fake” information by hoax buster Scott Brando of ufoofinterest.org after sharing a video of supposed UFO activity.
It appears to have been first uploaded to YouTube in November 2012 under the title Alien UFO Sighting 2012 Over Seattle, WA Craft Caught On Tape Today More Shocking Videos This Week.
The ufoofinterest.org Twitter account tweeted: “As usual, Tom Delonge published this verified fake on Instagram (my debunk: twitter.com/ufoofinterest/…) without any information.
“Does he think that’s a real footage? His post: instagram/com/p/CHWpCfCJO1l/ #EpicFail.”
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