UFOs are supplying wind technology to southern California.
As reported in Sun News, Mario Jimenez captured the late delivery by the UFO as he was driving his truck through Desert Hot Springs, California. Jimenez calls it a blimp or flat cloud-looking craft. The distance does make it difficult to make out the exact shape. That and the fact that Jimenez was filming while admittedly “driving at high speed.”
I would assume that the delivery was not scheduled during broad daylight. So, why would this skilled driver make such a rookie mistake? Maybe the driver of the craft was being coerced by an alien broker to break regs and risk detection.
Why “skilled”? I would assume that to be an interstellar trucker you would need some serious CDL training and some local experience. Like maybe a few light years of intra-star system work before bolting across the great void.
Maybe it makes more sense that these would be AVUFOs. Most likely AVEVUFOs? I asked FreightWaves’ Detroit Bureau Chief Alan Adler, but he isn’t talking. I smell a cover-up.
Okay, so there are a plethora of believers celebrating this clear evidence of UFOs and space trucking. However, as unfathomable as it may seem, there are those that are skeptical.
I know, I know, pickelballers – they ruin everything.
Well, just sit back and let me present the smoking gun.
Trucker News blew the roof off this controversy (as if) earlier this year. I cannot believe I missed this report.
“No matter where you are, even on alien worlds or parallel dimensions in space/time, loads must get to their destination,” said Space Force Colonel Andy Ramjet. “Off-world beings need toilet paper, too, though the mechanics of that are highly classified, and trust me, you’ll sleep better not knowing. There must be innumerable cosmic truck runs happening. So it should be no surprise that strange things can happen when a hyperspace long-hauler misses a turn.”
WOW! The article goes on to try and explain that it is all in good fun and just the whims of the writer. No actual facts to see here. Move along.
Nice try, but I know a cover-up when I see one.
How do you explain the details of this report if it is not true? How would he know that they need toilet paper? That’s pretty specific and personal information, right?
But, then why pick it up at a wind farm in SoCal?
Oh, I see…..
Stay aware and don’t let pickleball distract you from the truth!
Peace and love.
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