Tucker Carlson is spilling allll the beans, and we are so here for it. On the “Full Send” podcast, Tucker told a story of a Stanford professor who was allegedly asked by the Department of Defense to investigate cases of troops dying after UFO exposure. Oh.
According to Tucker, this happened 11 years ago, and the professor studied the brains of more than 100 troops who died after encountering UFOs. The professor claimed to have expertise in traumatic brain injury, which would explain why he received this task.
According to Tucker’s source, the DoD had over 100 court cases from families of US servicemen who died after approaching UFOs that landed on military bases. The DoD was refusing to give them death or medical benefits, so families turned to the courts.
Carlson explained, “[In] a number of cases, these things have landed on military bases. … Servicemen have approached them and they get a traumatic brain injury, or they’re killed. I’m like, why isn’t this on the front page of the New York Times? I don’t know.”
Susan Gough, a Defense Department spokesperson, told Military Times, “That story is false.’ The Pentagon declined to comment any further.
However, there does seem to be evidence to back up Carlson’s claim. Dr. Garry Nolan of Stanford spoke to Vice’s Motherboard back in 2021 about what he’s seen in the brains of UFO victims: “If you’ve ever looked at an MRI of somebody with multiple sclerosis, there’s something called white matter disease. It’s scarring. It’s a big white blob, or multiple white blobs, scattered throughout the MRI. It’s essentially dead tissue where the immune system has attacked the brain. That’s probably the closest thing that you could come to if you wanted to look at a snapshot from one of these individuals. You can pretty quickly see that there’s something wrong.”
Now, I gotta be real with y’all – I’m not a believer. I just don’t think it’s likely that there are humanoid reptilian creatures from another planet soaring around Earth and abducting people left and right. I think it’s more likely that the “UFOs” are either a foreign threat or something the US government is testing and doesn’t want us to know about. But I’m open to the possibilities.
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Author: Lily Hayes
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