UFOs Spotted off Florida Coast Adding to the Hundreds of UFO Reports

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Two UFOs have been spotted in Orlando adding to the 245 new UFO reports through March 30 of the National U.F.O. Center.

William Fuentes of Palm Coast sent a video of what appears like UFOs that have been spotted in the backyard of his home in Orlando Florida, adding to the 245 New UFO reports that have been recorded by the National U.F.O Reporting Center on March 30. 


In the video sent by Fuentes, two orbs of light soaring airborne across the night sky were seen.

According to the UFO center, sightings of unidentified flying objects in 2020 rose by some 1,000 nationwide compared to 2019. The Florida sightings follow a spike in general of UFO reports. 

The New York Post also revealed last week that an ex-Pentagon official who was a former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. They ran the program that probes unidentified aerial phenomena made a statement saying that he believes that the government has been covering up the existence of UFO. 

Luis, “Lue” Elizondo, the controversial whistleblower also noted that he has not been able to get the Defense Department act on what he characterized as a serious national security risk. 

Elizondo spoke out ahead of the bombshell government report on UFOs that is set to be released before the end of June.

According to Elizondo, the highly anticipated report will address what UFO believers have been wanting to discover such as the the Tic-Tac shaped objects taht the Navy saw in 2004, the strange “cubes withing spheres” sen by Naval aviators in 2014, as well as the mysterious black triangles.

Former President Trump previously passed a $2.3 Trillion appropriation bill for the year 2021. Said bill contianed mandate that the Pentagon and spy agencies should file a report about the “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” or UAP, or as most of us call UFOs. 

Tied to the mandate, Elizondo stated that the upcoming report will talk about the the “unexplainable.”

The details of the report are promised to come through the much-anticipated report.

Elizondo exclusively told The Post, “I think the government has acknowledged the reality of UAP,” despite signing what he refers to as a “lifelong” NDA before he resigned from the Pentagon in 2017. He added, “I think they all want answers and I think they are all willing to ask the hard questions.”

Elizondo made clear that UFOs have been observed to possess qualities that are nothing less than otherworldly. He described the unidentified vessels flying at 11,000 miles per hour and can turn “instantly.” To provide a comparison, Elizondo explained that for most of the advanced jets in the U.S. that are going at the same speed, he said, “if you wanted to make a right-hand turn, it would take you about half the state of Ohio to do it.”

Elizondo also detailed technology that are far more advanced than ours as he explained that the vessels can fly 50-feet above the Earth’s surface or 80,000 feet in the sky and even submerge underwater without a compromise in performance. He said, “When you see that, you recognize you are dealing with a technology more advanced than ours.”

Elizondo was particularly disturbed by the locations where UFOs or UAPs tended to hover. Even the way in which these inexplicable flying machines manage to lift-off blows away rational engineering. 

He said, “[These] things have no wings, no cockpits, no control surfaces, no rivets in the skin, no obvious signs of propulsion — and somehow they are able to defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity,” Elizondo said. “How is that possible?”