In other words, Grusch believes humans are not alone. He says there is “potentially extra-terrestrial life” out there.
He’s never personally seen non-human intelligence but says he’s spoken to enough people directly involved in what he calls “the program,” that he’s convinced it’s real.
“I started out as a non-believer. I came to the problem as a hardcore physics guy … intel officer,” he said. So I have, you know, excuse my language high bull—- factor.” I was very methodical … interviewing people who didn’t know each other and making sure this wasn’t some kind of cover-up of some other program.”
Grusch says he pressed to gain direct access to the program, and that’s when the trouble started. He claims his investigation was stymied, and his requests for access were rebuffed.
“They shut the door in my face. They denied me access to these programs,” he said.
Soon after, he says he endured reprisals and retaliations from above. He reported that information to the intelligence community inspector general and eventually filed a whistleblower complaint.
The experience, he says, is why he has decided to go public in a recent article in “The Debrief” written by Leslie Kean.
Grusch says he is not being paid for any of the testimonials but rather is doing it out of a “sense of service.”
With thanks to Linda Moulton-Howe at Earthfiles.com for her references and summary of recent events on her show of June 14, 2023.