National Intelligence, United States And Jennifer Griffin discussed on WEZS Programming

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Was on the Fox News APP. Voices America trusts downloaded now. Are the UFOs or are they foreign adversaries and upcoming intelligence report may have some answers. A new highly anticipated report to Congress about UFOs says there is no conclusive explanation for more than 120 incidents of Navy pilots reporting flying objects that seem to blow past the boundaries of cutting edge aviation technology. The director of national intelligence will release an unclassified report with the classified annexed to Congress this month, which concludes There's no evidence the These UFOs are alien spaceships. Nor is it some classified American technology. Some U. S officials believe the UFO's are potentially from Russia or China and have hypothesized it could mean America's adversaries have outpaced the United States in the development of hypersonic weapons or surveillance drones boxes Jennifer Griffin reporting at the Pentagon. Meanwhile, protesters faced off with officers in Minneapolis early Saturday over the shooting death of a black man by members of a U. S Marshals Task force Photos from the scene following a vigil. For 32 year old Winston Smith Jr show Dumpster fires in the street and a line of officers Standing guard. Police say 27 people were arrested in the protest. Plus, the federal judge has ruled California's long standing ban on assault weapons is unconstitutional. The ruling from federal Judge Roger Benitez found the state's 30 year old law banning so called assault weapons unlawfully deprives law abiding Californians. Weapons commonly allowed by most other states and by the U. S. Supreme Court judge also pointed out that murders by knife occurs seven times more often than murders by rifle in California Judge Benitez, who was appointed to the bench by President George W. Bush, that struck down the state's ban on large capacity ammunition magazines two years ago, California's governor Gavin Newsom, calls the assault ban ruling a direct threat to public safety and the lives of Californians. The state is likely to appeal

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