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They’ve recruited Harry Reid, who believes in his own personal universe or something about that strange, and is the perfect pitchman for the coming invasion of fake little green men.

“In the past, pilots were afraid to report these strange things happening—for fear it would affect their advancement in the officer corps,” former Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., told Nextgov in this episode of Critical Update. While he was in Congress, Reid helped secure funding for the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a quiet, UFO-studying effort that became public in late 2017. That group is now considered a precursor to the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force.

“The one thing that we established is that not a dozen people have seen these occurrences. Not 100 of them. Thousands of people have seen them,” Reid explained. People have long been intrigued by the thought of “little green men,” and, according to the former Senate Majority Leader, it’s what people he randomly encounters often ask him about.

Today, little is known about the modern UAP Task Force, a secretive unit investigating reports of what appear to be unexplainable aircraft, zipping across American skies. But soon, some federal personnel will have to provide certain members of Congress with information about what the government does know about UFOs—and who might be behind them.

Better get ready now. Whatever they tell you to do, DON’T do it.