In what can only be described as a tumultuous relationship with the UFO community and media in general, Department of Defense (UAP) Spokesperson Susan Gough has again issued a statement regarding the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena subject. Historically her comments have ranged from total wastes of time to seemingly misleading and inaccurate to even surprisingly helpful and valid. Knowing when to distrust and when to believe is the real skill that isn’t easy to master.
On December 2nd, 2020, Gough (pronounced Goff) answered a question about Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris and Senator Diane Feinstein. There has been a lot of speculation and even claims of confirmed briefings coming from members of the UFO community regarding Kamala Harris and the UAP topic. After all, Kamala has been a member of the SSCI committee that allegedly, or rumored to have been, briefed on UAP, with two of its members, Marco Rubio and Mark Warner, speaking publicly about their personal briefings. But Gough says no.
In an on the record exchange with an unnamed member of the media, Gough denied that Kamala Harris and Diane Feinstein have received UAP briefings in the past 2 years. The transcript is as follows:
“Can you confirm that Sens. Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris have been involved in briefings on UAPs?”
Department of Defense Spokesperson, Susan Gough:
“…neither senator has received a UAP-specific briefing in the past two years, nor attended a briefing/hearing where the topic came up. DoD and Navy officials, as part of the UAPTF, have and will continue to meet with interested Congressional members and staffers to provide classified briefings on the progress of our efforts to understand and identify these threats to the safety of our aviators and security of our operations. Follow-up discussions with other interested members and/or staffers will also continue as necessary or requested. We will not comment on the specific information provided in these Hill briefings.”
Whether this information is accurate or misleading is anyone’s guess, however, at the least it is worth noting for the official record, especially since so many questions are being asked about the Biden/Harris administration’s past UAP interest and knowledge of UFOs, as well as what the future may hold for the new administration and the UAP/UFO topic.