In advance of the upcoming UAP report to Congress, Lue Elizondo, former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, joined Jacqueline Alemany, Washington Post congressional correspondent, on a wide-ranging podcast.
Among many other comments, Elizondo said that UAPs have repeatedly affected US nuclear technology, causing certain facilities to go offline.
“Now in this country we’ve had incidents where these UAPs have interfered and actually brought offline our nuclear capabilities,” Elizondo said.
Elizondo said that there is data suggesting that UAPs have impacted nuclear technology in other countries and “actually turned them on, put them online.”
“I think that there is certainly at this point enough data to demonstrate there is an interest in our nuclear technology, a potential to even interfere with that nuclear technology,” Elizondo said.