Whether you believe in aliens or not does not matter. The government is fully on board with the idea that they are going to come and possibly invade us. On March 7, the Pentagon released a report. Unlike their usual reports, this one has caught the public eye. The reason for it being that they are straight-up saying that aliens exist and have been sending mini-probes since 2017.
The AARO (All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office) was renamed from the Airborne Object Identification and Management Group (AOIMSG) in 2022 and was given a new mission to detect and identify unidentified stuff near military bases and satellites, specifically things that can go from one terrain to another. What they claim to have discovered literally sounds like a science fiction novel.
Aliens Are Real, Apparently
In 2017, there was a quarter-mile-long object found by astronomer Robert Weryk named Oumuamua. It was named after the Hawaiian word for scout because it was discovered in the Haleakalā Observatory in Hawaii. Oumuamua acts very strangely for an object from outer space, as we currently understand it. It is able to move away from the sun without a cometary tail. There are a couple of theories on why this is the case that does not involve aliens. However, nothing is proven yet. The object is currently on its way out of our solar system.
In the report, penned by Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the AARO, claims that the Oumuamua is an alien mothership that is sending mini-probes to the planets in our solar system. This is like how NASA does planetary exploration. The reason why astronauts have not been able to see these mini-probes is that they are too small. They do not reflect enough light for our telescopes to see them. The AARO claims that there are not actually any aliens in the mothership and that it is all being operated by an AI. Kirkpatrick ends the insane report with a reminder of why they are needed. "AARO provides the opportunity to integrate and resolve threats and hazards to the US, while also offering increased transparency to the American people and reducing the stigma."