Lue Elizondo is a name that has made big waves in government and political circles and if he thought that was a tough crowd, now he has entered the Twittersphere – you can follow him here.
After going public as the former leader of AATIP – which stands for Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, reportedly a secretive Pentagon unit established to study UFOs.
Since then, Elizondo has held the position of Director Special Programs at To The Stars Academy spearheaded by former Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge and the Unidentified television series on the History channel.
Many believe To The Stars has been a key influence in pushing forward UFO disclosure and assisting the conversation to gain traction in the mainstream media, most notably with several articles in the New York Times. To The Stars has had mixed results since it began in 2017, with critics quick to point out that not all of their information, as presented, has been entirely convincing.
Nonetheless, Elizondo is seen by many researchers and supporters as a hero and a pivotal figure in bringing forward UFO disclosure.
At the time of writing, Twitter is yet to verify Elizondo’s account, but If there was any doubt in the minds of his followers, he cleared it up with this tweet today.
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