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American conservative journalist Tucker Carlson, who recently gained fame for his interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, shared his opinion on the UFO issue in a recent video podcast with Joe Rogan

According to Carlson, the strange unidentified objects often observed in the sky may not be aliens from distant planets, but rather some “spiritual entities” that have likely inhabited our Earth for thousands of years.

“There is a lot of evidence that they inhabit the underwater oceans and the underground. And they have been here for a long time,” Carlson said in a three-hour conversation with Rogan.

“They are from here (Earth), and they have been here for thousands of years, whatever they are. And it’s absolutely clear to me that they are ‘spiritual entities,’ whatever that means.”

Furthermore, Carlson stated that these beings are supernatural because they are “beyond observable nature” and “do not behave according to the laws of science.”

Tucker Carlson has long been interested in the UFO topic, and his interest in ufology is only growing. Earlier, in another podcast, he claimed that UFOs had killed “hundreds of US military personnel,” based on his conversations with Dr. Gary Nolan.

“In many cases, these things (UFOs) landed on military bases. … Soldiers approached them, and they received traumatic brain injuries or were killed. Why isn’t this on the front page of ‘The New York Times’? I don’t know,” Carlson said.

Nolan, on behalf of the Pentagon, once investigated numerous cases where American servicemen and military pilots suffered various brain injuries after UFO sightings. More details on this matter can be found here.

However, Nolan never wrote in his report or officially told anyone that brain injuries led to the deaths of these individuals, let alone multiple deaths. But perhaps he shared classified information in a private conversation with Carlson. Thus, Carlson’s words caused a stir out of the blue.

A Pentagon representative immediately stated that Tucker Carlson’s claims of the deaths of many US military personnel are false. “This story is false,” said Department of Defense spokesperson Susan Gough on her Twitter account. The Pentagon declined further comment.

Nevertheless, Tucker did not shy away from discussing UFOs after this incident. In his next interview with David Grahn, he again raised the issue of the deaths or harm caused to Americans due to their involvement in government UFO research programs.

Grahn confirmed to him that there were indeed cases of physical harm and even murder, but he did not provide details. However, he stated that he himself felt that his life was in danger. And his wife’s life as well.

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