Joe Rogan Issues Response To White House Denials Of ‘Alien Or Extraterrestrial Activity’

Podcasting titan Joe Rogan recently spoke up this past Monday about the recent statements from the White House in which it denied a number of times that “alien or extraterrestrial activity” is in any way connected to the various objects which have been taken down over the past two weeks.

Host of the massively popular podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan shared with his staggering 16.3 million followers that it had not even crossed his mind that the recent unidentified flying objects which had been shot down over the United States and Canada air space could possibly be tied to aliens, that was until the WHite House made a show of insisting that they were not related.

“Now all of a sudden I think it actually is aliens,” stated Rogan in a post to social media. “#lookintoit.”

The podcaster’s post included a screenshot of a headline from The Independent which stated, “No evidence of ‘alien or extraterrestrial’ activity in shot-down objects, White House says.”

This past Monday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre made sure to set aside a bit of time to talk about what she has labeled “questions and concerns” when it comes to the recent “takedowns” of the Unidentified flying objects from the past two weeks.


“I just wanted to make sure we address this from the White House,” stated the WH Press Secretary at that time. “I know there have been questions and concerns about this but there is no — again no — indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity with these recent takedowns.”

Her statements sparked a round of laughter from those of the press in attendance before Jean-Pierre once again repeated the denial.

“Again there is no indication of alien or [extra]terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns,” expressed the press secretary. “Wanted to make sure the American people knew that. All of you knew that. And it was important for us to say that from here because we’ve been hearing a lot about it.”

The comments from the White House have been made after John Kirby, the spokesperson for the National Security Council, stated that the flying objects did not seem to be connected to the Chinese airship which had crossed the U.S. airspace earlier this month that was later taken down, the outlet stated.

He also made sure to put heavy emphasis that the U.S. has “no reason” to think that the objects which were shot down were “conducting surveillance of any kind,” but made clear that they could not officially rule out the possibility as of yet.


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