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Harry Reid on UFO research: 'Glad I blew the horn'

Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) commented on a report about unidentified flying objects set to be released later this month, saying he is "glad I blew the horn" on it. The U.S. government is set to release a report to Congress later this month about unidentified aerial phenomenon....
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Ex-Senate majority leader Harry Reid on UFOs: ‘We’re at the infancy of it’

Former US Senate majority leader Harry Reid may be retired from Congress, but he still has ideas on how lawmakers should study unidentified flying objects. A report detailing US military encounters with UFOs requested by the Senate intelligence committee is due to be released in June, although it may be delayed. However, the findings should not be seen as the end of the current investigations into UFOs or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), he said.
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What Chuck Schumer can learn from Harry Reid

By the time he decided to “go nuclear” on filibusters for most presidential appointees, Harry Reid had had it with Republicans. The obstruction that finally pushed the Democratic leader to change the Senate’s rules in 2013 was the GOP’s refusal to consider three of President Barack Obama’s DC Circuit Court picks. But his frustration with Republican blockades had been building for months.
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Harry Reid saw 'classified' things at Area 51 that 'fascinated me'

Is the truth out there? Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is weighing in. Reid wrote an article for The New York Times on Friday discussing how he became "increasingly interested in UFOs," something he says his staff warned him not to "engage" with publicly. Despite their warnings, the former Nevada senator, as he recounts, helped secure funding for the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, a Pentagon program to investigate UFO reports.
Nevada StateLas Vegas Sun

Former Harry Reid staffer running for Nevada secretary of state

CARSON CITY — Cisco Aguilar, a Las Vegas attorney and former staffer for U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, has announced he will run for the Democratic nomination for Nevada secretary of state. Aguilar is the first Democrat to file to run, joining Republicans Jim Marchant, a former state assemblyman and 2020...
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Letter: Harry Reid is the problem

I have been and continue to be a supporter of our Secretary of State. His integrity has been beyond reproach. Under his leadership tens of millions of dollars of funding was returned to municipalities as a result of the local government center’s misuse of taxpayer money. This doesn’t mean that I always agree with Secretary Gardner, as I don’t share his concerns regarding H.R. 1. And while I do not believe it is a perfect bill and New Hampshire has some the highest voter turnout in the country, there is always room for improvement. Both in H.R.1 and our election process.
Congress & CourtsBoing Boing

Former Senator Harry Reid: Lockheed has crashed UFO debris but the Pentagon wouldn't let him see

In the New Yorker, Gideon Lewis-Kraus dives deeply into the US government's slow-but-sure acknowledgement of UFOs. Of course, just because a flying object is unidentified does not mean it's a flying saucer piloted by an extraterrestrial. (It doesn't mean it's *NOT* piloted by an ET either.) That said, it's clear where former Senator Harry Reid stands on the matter. From the New Yorker:
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Former Sen. Harry Reid thinks Lockheed Martin may have UFO fragments

Former Nevada Sen. Harry Reid believes US defense contractor Lockheed Martin may have once had fragments of a crashed UFO in its possession, it was revealed Friday. Reid, 81, told The New Yorker that he had never actually seen proof of the remnants — but tried, unsuccessfully, to get approval from the Pentagon to find them.