By Tim Binnall
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is the latest 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to address the UFO phenomenon. Her intriguing comments occurred during a recent interview with the New Hampshire newspaper The Conway Daily Sun. The publication may sound familiar to UFO enthusiasts as their reporter Daymond Steer has frequently managed to get politicians campaigning for president in the high-profile primary state to weigh in on the phenomenon.
In this instance, Steer's inquiry arose from an exchange that he had with Klobuchar back in October wherein he asked the senator if she was aware of the testimony of Navy pilot and New Hampshire native David Fravor, made famous in UFO circles thanks to the 'Tic Tac' video. At the time, the presidential hopeful replied, "no, but I’m going to read up on it when I get in the car. I'm actually looking forward to reading about it."
To his credit, Steer followed up on the matter when he and the senator met again this past weekend. Asked if she had, indeed, looked into Fravor's story, Klobuchar responded that "I've read some articles on it. I think we don’t know enough. I don’t know what's happened, not just with that sighting, but with others." The senator went on to say that "I think one of the things a president could do is to look into what's there in terms of what does the science say; what does our military say."
Beyond that, Klobuchar offered a rather thought-provoking take on the phenomenon that should interest those yearning for official UFO disclosure. "Here's the interesting part of that answer is that some of this stuff is really old," she observed, asking "why can't you see if you can let some of that out for the public so earnest journalists like you who are trying to get the bottom of the truth would be able to see it?"
While she did not specifically say what that material is, one presumes that she means information that the government may be holding back about decades-old cases such as Roswell. For those keeping score at home, Klobuchar is the third Democratic candidate to talk about UFOs following Andrew Yang, who said he was "very curious" about the phenomenon, and Bernie Sanders, who promised to release information about the matter if elected president.