Retired Nevada Senator Harry Reid says that he hopes to persuade members of Congress to take a fresh look at the UFO phenomenon. The intriguing revelation reportedly came about when the former Senate majority leader who spearheaded the Pentagon's UFO research project did an interview with a Nevada radio station on Thursday. "We have hundreds and hundreds of people that have seen the same thing," Reid marveled, "something in the sky, it moves a certain way."
He went on to advocate for developing a way in which military pilots could report UFO sightings to their superiors without fear of being ridiculed or having the encounter negatively impact their career. "Many, many times they don't say a word to anybody about these strange things," Reid lamented. Remarkably, beyond merely calling for some kind of reporting system, he indicated that he had a call scheduled for later in the day with "a powerful member in Congress" and that the topic of the conversation was this very issue.
Find out more of what Reid had to say about the UFO phenomenon at the Coast to Coast AM website.