Jozy Altidore Comments on the American Government Releasing UFO Videos

Jul 17, 2019; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto FC forward Jozy Altidore (17) goes to pass the ball against the New York Red Bulls at BMO Field. Toronto defeated New York. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Jozy Altidore claims the presence of alien life may be verified by videos newly released by the United States Government, and is surprised more people aren’t paying attention to them.

The Pentagon released three images caught on U.S. infrared cameras last week. Navy jets apparently display unexplained “aerial anomalies”. Recorded in 2004 and 2015 during training trips, they display unseen airborne vehicles traveling so rapidly that they amaze the pilots who follow them.

The videos do not confirm we have been visited by aliens, but Altidore thinks they might suggest anything out there. “Therefore, not all the fighter pilots should have created those recordings. It’s very, really obvious, otherwise there wouldn’t be any photos,” the American told Vice Sports. “I don’t know what to talk now, but those videos seem to prove that something is here.”

The announcement did not gain much interest because the coronavirus pandemic appears to consume media all over the globe. However, Toronto FC star Altidore has much to talk about when it comes to the story: “That’s insane. I don’t believe nobody pays that much attention to this.”

The U.S. men’s forward national team did his best to support the tale by posting messages from media sources, but was disappointed to see the media ignoring potential alien proof:

“The U.S. government just dumped this news on us and nobody heard it. This reflects how insane these times are. They just said they have UFOs circling about so nobody is involved because of the coronavirus.”


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