As reported by MysteryWire.com and now also independently confirmed by SilvaRecord.com, Lue Elizondo’s hints during an interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Knapp are true. Lue Elizondo, Chris Mellon and Steve Justice are no longer with TTSA.
When I first started writing this blog I was trying to think of what the headline might be. The headline that came to mind was, “The Implosion of TTSA.” After thinking about it more, I decided that headline was too harsh, after all, TTSA is still here. Tom DeLonge has surprised everyone before and maybe he can do it again. The fact of the matter, however, is that if TTSA were the Chicago Bulls, they just lost Jordan, Pippen (and Steve Kerr?). Where they go from here will be interesting to witness. They certainly have their back against the wall now. Will more members exit? Maybe we should look at this more in sports terms. Teams lose and gain players but the sport continues. Sometimes players and personnel move around in order to better serve their goal of winning a championship.
If TTSA was publicly traded it’s stock would have absolutely tanked today. But some investors buy the dip and wait for the rip (stock upward surge.) Whether TTSA has another rip ahead of them remains to be seen. Many people who invested in TTSA viewed it as a donation in the name of Disclosure and weren’t expecting it back. Others who invested in TTSA as a legitimate financial strategy might be sweating right now. Some people I’ve spoken to invested because TTSA showed the drawing of the UFO like spaceship and promised to build it. These people invested in the tech TTSA promised to reveal. There have been no updates on that front. Other’s investment was due to Elizondo’s involvement, or Chris Mellon’s… or Steve Justice’s. Now with those three moving on that falls apart. After the exit of TTSA’s stars, some investors are surely feeling disenfranchised and want their money back.
Who does what?
Much of TTSA’s public face has been Elizondo and Mellon. That’s evident when you watch Unidentified, a show that would seem very odd now with two main characters missing. Not only that, but by most evaluations from a public perspective, Elizondo and Mellon do the majority of the quantifiable work at TTSA. Dr. Hal Puthoff is by far the most vocal and public member left at TTSA. He doesn’t shy away from giving comments to reporters. Dr. Puthoff has also been involved with the briefings in Washington. Maybe Dr. Puthoff will now be the face of TTSA, filling Mellon and Elizondo’s roles? Semivan only speaks through others (Melinda Leslie seems to be Jim Semivan’s unofficial spokesperson) and doesn’t usually go on the record or take part in direct interviews. Steve Justice has popped up from time to time doing sporadic interviews, but has for the most part been pretty quiet. Others on the TTSA roster have never been heard from at all.
Main goal still achieved.
TTSA may not have completed what they set out to do (yet?) or what they said and claimed they would do, but they have certainly completed what they were supposed to do. TTSA facilitated three UAP videos to be released. They changed the public’s perception forever about UFOs, got Washington involved and sparked political interest. They helped a UAP task force to be formed and publicly announced. TTSA forced at least some of the public to seriously ask themselves if the phenomenon exists and they did it without scaring anyone too much. UFOs are no longer a conspiracy. Even major politicians publicly state they exist. Some or even much of that was due to Elizondo and Mellon, but they did it as members of TTSA. The main questions are now what are the UFOs and who or what controls them.
This isn’t the end of the disclosure movement.
Lue Elizondo is not going to quit doing what he does. Mellon is not going to quit doing what he does. Infact, some have thought both of them returning to government was the end game all along. Even if they don’t return to government they will continue to fight. We all often say the UAP issue is more important than partisan political affiliations, well it’s damn sure more important than business or group affiliations as well. With change comes growth.