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Corbell releases photo of UFO over conflict zone: public has ‘right and need’ to know



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Investigative journalist Jeremy Corbell, a documentary film maker who investigates UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon), known commonly as UFOs, disclosed a photograph of a metallic-looking orb that was filmed by a U.S. military spy plane over Mosul. The incident took place over Iraq airspace in 2016 and Corbell shared the exclusive photo with

Corbell, and famous Las Vegas UFO reporter George Knapp, disclosed the incident on their podcast  “” in January. He noted that the Defense Department’s secrecy about these sightings is unacceptable, particularly in recent weeks when our government’s ‘rules of engagement’ have changed and we are militarily engaging with unidentified objects in our sky.

Moreover, Corbell said, the world has a ‘right and need’ to know what our government knows about these orbs that have been seen by people all over the world and documented by our military. I couldn’t agree more. I have been interested in this subject throughout my entire career. I have spoken to eyewitnesses, published stories on investigations into the subject and covered congressional hearings on the matter.

In the United States, military personnel, including Air Force and Navy pilots, have captured these orbs on their radar. Luis “Lue” Elizondo, the former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP),  which was created in 2007, told me on various interviews as a guest on #TheSaraCarterShow that the unique capabilities of these unidentified objects can’t be denied. He also noted that although there is no definitive proof that these are extraterrestrial, it doesn’t appear that the extraordinary capabilities of these craft are possible with Earth’s current technologies.

For example, Elizondo told me that these unidentified objects maneuver with intelligence around our military installations and military equipment. He said during the podcast that there are five observables documented by the Defense Department that are unique to these objects. First, the vehicle appears to overcome Earth’s gravity by using an anti-gravity lift, as in the 2004 U.S.S. Nimitz incident. The pilots described the object as a tubular Tic Tac shape that moved intelligently and seemed to anticipate the pilots moves before they moved. Secondly,  the objects move with instantaneous acceleration and were clocked by pilots from the Nimitz going 30 times the speed of sound. Moreover, they have Hypersonic velocities, meaning the objects make no sound or vapor when moving at hypersonic speed. These UAPs have also appear to have a cloaking device and pilots that have witnessed them say there is a glow around the seemingly metallic colored looking object. At times they are only visible through U.S. advanced radar systems. They have what is called trans medium travel capabilities. Meaning these vehicles can move from the air to the water with no difficulty.

One thing is certain, the Defense Department isn’t going to be able to keep the existence of the vehicles away from the public domain anymore. Eyewitness accounts and our modern day technology, from hand held cellular phones with advanced photo capabilities and our military grade radar systems, are capturing these objects and people rightly want answers.

Corbell was the only civilian named during Congress’ historic UAP hearing in May 2022.



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DEVELOPING: Israel at War, Iran launches missiles



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Iran launched dozens of drones and missiles at Israel Saturday, as tensions mount across the globe at the escalating crisis in the Middle East.  Missiles are currently traveling toward Israel as I put this story together and the situation on the ground in the region remains extremely fluid.

Iranian missiles were intercepted over Jerusalem using Israel’s Iron Dome system. In video posted to X, the missiles can be seen clearly over Israel’s Knesset building. Iranian Missiles were also intercepted over the Kotel and Temple Mount, according to Israeli government reports and citizen video.

Israeli citizens and visitors are preparing for the strikes and continuously monitoring the media in the early morning hours in Jerusalem, sources told me. According to U.S. and Israeli military officials the cruise missiles are traveling at slow speeds and expected to reach Israeli territory within hours.

Officials told reporters the missiles could take hours to reach their targets in Israel, however, Israeli military officials and the United States military assets in the region are prepared to intercept them.

President Joe Biden, along with senior officials in his team, have promised to back Israel during this very delicate time. However, reports from CNN  that Biden was going to make an announcement to the nation were unfounded when White House officials stated Saturday afternoon that Biden would not be speaking.

However, it’s the Biden administration’s failure to renew sanctions against Iran’s military and Iran’s continuing oil sales that have emboldened the cult like regime to target Israel on a massive scale, stated one U.S. official.

Here’s my most recent interview with former U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, on Biden’s failure to hold Iran accountable and the administration’s actions toward Israel, which I believe emboldened Iran to target our greatest ally.

Friedman said during the Sara Carter Show podcast last week,  the Biden administration’s policy in the Middle East is a complete failure “from start to finish.”

“Look, they, they destroyed America’s credibility generally, which is always kind of the key ingredients to any advancements in the Middle East, because people, you know, in the Middle East are very different than America, you can’t, you can’t talk your way into peace, you can’t talk your way into normalization, you have to, you have to demonstrate that, you know, you bring to the table, a certain strength, a strength, both both a physical strength in a in a in a sense of conviction, where people trust you and, you know, in some respects, they fear you,”  he added.

“And, you know, from the day we left Afghanistan, that was just out the window completely,” he told me. “So people, I don’t think people understand how the withdrawal from Afghanistan set the stage for everything that went wrong after that, in terms of foreign policy from, you know, the the Russian attack on Ukraine, to come US and Iran and it all started there.” 

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, posted on X Saturday, “Our ally Israel is under attack from Iran. America should back Israel to the hilt. Resolution where others waver is a hallmark of leadership among nations and men.”

He is absolutely right.


A former Israeli Defense Official told stated that the U.S. military succeeded in intercepting a missile that was launched from Iran. According to reports the United States and Great Britain have intercepted and taken down multiple missiles.

Officials working in Israel that spoke to said that the nation is preparing for the strike and concern is mounting because of the extraordinary nature of the strike. This is the first time Iran has launched missiles directly from its territory to Israel without the use of proxies, such as Hamas and Hezbollah.

Foreign Ambassadors and top diplomats in Israel received a message Saturday evening to remain on high alert and prepare for possible incoming strikes.

“Excellencies – you are aware, Iran has launched an aerial attack on Israel,” the warning states. “It is highly advised to stay tonight near a shelter or a safe room and stay tuned to the developing situation. We will update as music as possible and are available for you.”

Fox News is reporting that any missiles flying over Jordanian air space will be shot down by either Jordanian and U.S. forces. However, U.S. Intelligence officials are warning that Iran may be planning on a multi-faceted attack and the current missiles may only be one part of a much larger attack.

“What else do they have in the box, is Hezbollah,” said one U.S. official. “We could see other attacks coming from various other proxies in the region – so Israel has to be monitoring all possibilities. This does open the door for Israel to actually launch a strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities as well – which makes one wonder, why begs the question, why did Iran choose to launch from its territory?”



Since last week, tensions in the Middle East have remained on high alert. U.S. Intelligence agencies have been closely monitoring what they deemed to be “credible” threats of an Iranian attack on Israel, following a strike on Iran’s Damascus consulate, where two top Iranian IRGC Generals were killed.

In response to the perceived threat, the U.S. is bolstering its presence in the region, deploying “additional assets” to bolster regional deterrence efforts and enhance force protection for U.S. forces, according to a U.S. defense official speaking to Fox News. National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby reiterated the seriousness of the situation, emphasizing the U.S.’s commitment to closely monitoring the potential threat posed by Iran.

The evolving situation has prompted U.S. CENTCOM Gen. Michael Kurilla to visit Israel, where he met with top military officials to assess military preparedness amidst growing concerns over Iranian retaliation. However, Pentagon press secretary Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder refrained from speculating on specific threats from Iran, even as Tehran continues to promise action.

The State Department has issued new travel advisories for Israel, warning of potential terrorist attacks in major cities. Meanwhile, Iran has signaled its intent to respond to the attack on its consulate, albeit in a manner aimed at avoiding major escalation.

Amidst the uncertainty, experts weigh in on the potential ramifications of Iranian retaliation. Gen. Jack Keane of the Institute for the Study of War (IFSW) predicts an eventual attack, citing Iran’s desire to avoid escalation while exerting psychological pressure. However, Keane underscores the strength of Israel and the West’s leverage, suggesting a firm response to Iranian aggression.

Behnam Ben Taleblu, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, echoes concerns over the potential fallout from Iranian retaliation, highlighting the risks of escalation for Tehran. Taleblu emphasizes Iran’s strategic challenges in orchestrating an effective response, suggesting that Ayatollah Ali Khamenei faces a pivotal moment in his leadership.

As tensions simmer in the region, the U.S. and its allies brace for potential escalation, mindful of the delicate balance of power and the stakes involved in any confrontation with Iran. Amidst the uncertainty, one thing remains clear: the Middle East remains a powder keg, with the potential for conflict looming large on the horizon.

Alexander Carter Contributed to this report.

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