Congressional Chaos: UAP Whistleblower Amendment Sparks Controversy, Confusion, and Alleged Stonewalling

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  • Author Jon Stewart
  • Published March 7, 2023
  • Word count 959

As a former Illinois gubernatorial candidate and investigator, I am used to fighting impossible odds. That is why I have persevered in my five-year investigation into a clandestine USAP (Unacknowledged Special Access Program) called Project Aquarius, which may shed light on the possible "controllers" of the UAPs (the new sanitized and politically correct acronym for UFOs) that have traversed our skies and alarmed Americans.

Through a five-year investigation, my team of researchers, investigators, scientists, and retired members of the intelligence community, have uncovered a decades-old project of the retention and interrogation of the "controllers" of some of the UAPs. Although this information may be uncomfortable and bizarre to most Americans, I am reminded of what an intelligence insider once told me, "the Government has admitted to UAPs, now there is only one last step forward along the disclosure path, when they allude to the UAP "pilots."

Since MLK Day of this year, I have requested whistleblower status due to my investigation. Still, Congressman Mike Gallagher (R), the sponsor of the NDAA whistleblower amendment, has stonewalled my efforts, even outright ignoring my calls and emails. I cannot comprehend why an amendment's creator is side-stepping those coming forward because of his same amendment.

Some have called me the "Harry Marcopolos" of the UFO world (the man who exposed the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme despite being ignored by Congress for years) for my persistence in uncovering the truth despite being ignored by Congress and the mainstream media. I do not know if this is an accurate comparison, but being ignored for years by Congress and the mainstream media is painfully honest.

I fight for people. I demand the truth and common sense from government officials; it is just how I am. This is why I am steadfast in exposing these costly and covert programs.

My history of fighting for transparency and exposing government misdeeds goes back to my candidacy for Congress in Illinois' 10th CD in 1999. During that time, I collaborated with my opponent, Mark Kirk, to bring attention to the closure of the North Chicago VA facility. Our efforts led to the revelation of the U.S. government's plan to shutter the facility quietly. Eventually, Mark Kirk and I successfully advocated for the North Chicago VA to remain open, much to the cheers of the local veterans and the surrounding community.

I also want to be clear to skeptics; credible sources, including former government officials and retired military intelligence personnel, have supported and guided my investigation into the costly and hidden program in an underground facility called S4, in the Nevada desert. Even updating our investigation with information that, Project Aquarius has now moved to Michaels AAF in Utah and Sandia Labs, which is also located on the base. Despite this, Congress has refused to acknowledge my research or even grant me whistleblower status. Why?

"The American people deserve to know the truth about issues that may affect their safety and security, and it is up to Congress to ensure that they are fully informed," said investigator Chris Jackson. He also asked rhetorically, "isn't transparency and accountability the foundation of our government and Congress?"

I also cast allegations against Senators Marco Rubio and Kirsten Gillibrand, who have ignored my emails and letters regarding my request for whistleblower protection. These are the same Senators who delivered a Press Release last week about helping whistleblowers come forward.

My interactions with the senator's offices and staff prove that there is significant confusion surrounding the correct contact information for whistleblowers, making it difficult for them to come forward and report information concerning UAPs.

The refusal of Congress to acknowledge my investigation or grant me whistleblower status raises serious questions about their motives, the coordination of the program, and their commitment to transparency. "They aren't even interested in our main thesis or evidence; they are plugging their ears like four-year-olds," lamented ET expert Rev. Michael Carter, one of my team members.

I am frustrated with the Department of Defense and Congress for stonewalling my efforts to expose the truth about my investigation. I do understand that the DOD may be trying to protect sensitive information, but I question why Congress, which is supposed to serve the American people, is using the same tactics.

Congress must understand that the public's interest in UFOs and potential government cover-ups is not just a matter of curiosity; it is about ensuring those in power are held accountable to the people they serve.

I am not coming forward with these allegations for attention or personal gain. Instead, I am trying to bring attention to the established knowledge of UAPs and prevent Congress from continuing to spend hundreds of millions of dollars investigating something that has been known by U.S. government insiders for decades. The American deficit is a monster that spirals endlessly out of control. Do we feed it more by chasing UFOs, silencing witnesses, and controlling the narrative? Hence, it becomes the 21st century's War on Drugs. Can we afford another hap-hazard program that accomplishes nothing except sowing more distrust from the public?

The UFO community's fight for transparency and accountability is undeterred in our quest to bring this investigation to light. And I have always cautioned members of Congress to be reminded that "you may win an election or two, you may even think you successfully side-stepped this issue, but God help you when the people find out because they always do."

I hope my words warn those willing to hide the truth from the American people. In the end, it is the citizens of this nation who will demand transparency and accountability from their elected officials, and those who choose to ignore this fact do so at their peril.

by: Jon Stewart

Deerfield, IL


Jon Stewart is a 56-year-old former professional wrestler and candidate for both the United States House of Representatives and most recently, Libertarian candidate for Illinois Governor.

His political campaigns were covered by the national media like the O'Reilly Factor, Hannity, CNN and even a feature story in the New York Times Magazine. For over twenty years he had been a respected researcher in the UFO community and cryptozoology.

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