Toronto striker Josie Altidor commented on a story published by the US government that allegedly captures unidentified flying objects.
The Pentagon previously posted a video on its website that captures “unidentified phenomena.” Footage shot by crews of combat aircraft in November 2004 and January 2015.
On these records flying objects are visible, which in appearance cannot be attributed either to airplanes, or to helicopters, or to other known aircraft.
In 2007 and 2017, the videos entered the Network without the permission of the Ministry of Defense, but now the Navy has recognized their authenticity.
“This is crazy! I don’t think people are paying close attention to this information right now. The US government has just informed us about this news, but no one has noticed. It shows how crazy the times are now. They simply indicated that they were seeing UFOs, and no one paid attention to it because of the coronavirus, “quoted the words of Altidore edition of Vice Sports.
“I had to post it on Twitter so people could see the story. Do I believe in alien life? I don’t know what to think. But these videos seem to confirm that there is something. Otherwise, all these fighter pilots would not have filmed these videos,” added the 30-year-old footballer of the US team.
The World Health Organization on March 11 announced an outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 with a pandemic. According to the latest WHO data, over 3.4 million cases of infection have been recorded in the world, more than 239 thousand people have died