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If you’re a UFO believer, you’ve probably heard of Travis Taylor. But did you know he’s been secretly working as the chief scientist for the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force? Last week, Travis revealed that double life to George Knapp in an interview on KLAS-TV.

In this interview, the gentlemen aimed at UFO DEBUNKERS. They are biased in their research.

Last week, Travis Taylor and George Knapp aimed at UFO debunkers in an interview on KLAS-TV. In this interview, Taylor revealed that he had been hiding his double life for years. He was secretly working as the chief scientist for the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force.

The Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force is a program within the United States Office of Naval Intelligence used to “standardize collection and reporting” of sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena, termed UFOs. The task force has been criticized by UFO enthusiasts for being too secretive.

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George Knapp is a UAP researcher and reporter who has been covering the topic of UFOs for decades. He is often the subject of criticism from his peers, who accuse him of being a shill for the government or otherwise lacking any credibility as a UFO researcher.

George Knapp together with Taylor patronized and discredit UFO debunkers like Mick West by calling them civilian debunkers and that the UAP Task Force does not draw its conclusions based solely on video evidence material.

Debunkers

Let’s use the term used by George Knapp, the term civilian debunker is an advantage for the UFO community. Unlike George Knapp and Travis Taylor, civilian debunkers are independent.

George Knapp works for the media and Travis Taylor for the government, so automatically their work is biased by their supervisor. They have no choice but to follow whatever their employer expects them to do, regardless of whether or not it’s true.

Civilian debunkers aren’t paid by anyone else but themselves; they’re not beholden to anyone else’s agenda besides their own. This means that they can speak freely about what they want to say without being held accountable by anyone else—and that lends itself to a more honest approach to researching UFOs than what you’d get from someone who has something to lose if they say something controversial about aliens!

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UFO debunkers are dedicated to seeking out and exposing the truth behind the existence of extraterrestrial life.

They do this through research and investigation, seeking to prove that all alleged sightings can be explained by known phenomena, such as weather conditions or another natural phenomenon.

They also look at how people’s imaginations can play tricks on them, and how they might misinterpret things they’ve seen in the sky, such as satellites or birds.

UFO debunkers are not against believing that there may be life on other planets (or even other universes), but they believe that our current evidence for this is insufficient for us to make any conclusions about whether aliens exist or not.

Debunkers, the only thing they do, they let the facts speak, contrary to George Knapp and Travis Taylor.

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Retaliate

George Knapp has been doing UFO research and investigative journalism for more than 32 years, then he is doing this wrong for 32 years. Let me prove my point …

George Knapp says that Travis Taylor and the task force spent three years analyzing the 144 incidents including dozens of bizarre objects that buzzed multiple navy ships in 2019 some of them were spears that swarmed and kept pace with the warships others appeared to be greenish pyramids task force members were stunned to hear a navy official tell a congressional hearing last month that all of these were quote drones as if the mystery had been solved

Debunker Mick West never claimed the triangles in the background are drones but he has been saying they are stars, he even pinpointed and fact-checked the smallest details, like star formations. The triangle is nothing more than an effect caused by a triangle lens, called the Bokeh effect.

This is the difference between “civilian” debunkers and people like George Knapp and Travis Taylor.

George Knapp is good friends with UFO hoaxer Jeremy Corbell. This video was released by the UFO hoaxer Jeremy Corbell.

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Jeremy Corbell, an American contemporary artist, documentary filmmaker, and ufologist, has repeatedly been caught lying about his claims. In one example, he posted a UFO from the miniseries Taken (2002) as “real” on his Instagram account which he later removed when we exposed him.

Travis Taylor is known for the History Channel series The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch. Skinwalker Ranch is a location known for paranormal activity and UFO sightings. But it turns out that many of the “events” depicted in the show were faked.

Someone who lives near the Skinwalker Ranch told me the show is all fake. Everyone who lives in the local area considers the show a big joke. One of the cast members often visits local pubs and exposes the production team for faking stuff while being drunk.

In Episode 7: Surveillance – A cow unexpectedly died, and despite a skilled veterinarian examining the cow, they get the conclusion that extraterrestrials were involved.

George Knapp is affiliated with Corbell and Taylor. These are all people who allow themselves to be surrounded by liars and deceivers. You Are Who You Hang Out With.

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Conclusion

Do you know what’s a funny thing? How often we’re willing to accept information from the mouth of liars. We just take it at face value, or we don’t even pay attention to what they’re saying. Maybe it’s because we want to believe that something like UFOs is real, or maybe it’s because we want someone else to validate our own beliefs about conspiracies and aliens and other wild things that go bump in the night.

But here’s the thing: if someone is lying to you about something that important—something that could change your entire life—why would you trust them? Comment below!

Heathcliff Spencer Peters, born and raised in the Netherlands, has worked with Dutch and American artists as creative artist for over 10 years. From 2000 - 2001 he was the main character in a popular Dutch television docu-soap-travel program. He has also worked as a cameraman and video producer for over 11 years. In addition to his work experience, he has been practicing journalism and fact-checking since 2007 for Lions Ground, nowadays known as Astral Citizens.

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  1. Katherine

    July 24, 2022 at 10:43 PM

    i find your attempt to make your comments appear truthful by modifying your voice as if to hide your identity makes your comments fallacious.

    • Heathcliff Spencer Peters

      July 29, 2022 at 4:52 PM

      Katherine, nice try but you’re being illogical.

      You make your decision based on the sound of a voice. My voice is more real than your profile. I am more transparent than you are: I use my real name, in addition, this article shows an author box with my social profiles so that everyone can see who’s writing it—in fact, I’d say that you’re very much in the same category as you profiled me.

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