Coulthart said he has a "pretty good idea" what information Grusch may release in the coming weeks.
"I'm actually very excited that you've managed to pull that out of him," Coulthart told Vargas. "Because I've been waiting for a while for him to provide a rejoinder to the critics who have constantly asserted there is no firsthand evidence."
While Coulthart said he can't speak with any specificity on the contents of Grusch's possible op-ed, he thinks he may have an idea of what it could feature.
"I suspect it's something to do with either photographic or video material that he may have seen, but I'm only speculating," Coulthart said.
Coulthart maintains more people will likely come forward with their own UFO claims after Grusch presented his information.
The Controlled Disclosure Campaign - killed.As a positive, tracking those who put up the roadblocks is in itself revealing. It seems one purpose of this legislation may have been for just that reason: to ferret out where the pushback is coming from. Those sources include:
The Independent Review Board dedicated to the disclosure of UAP information and materials - killed.
The authority of eminent domain wielded by the U.S. Federal Government over any materials or biological evidence of unknown or non-human origin - killed.
New whistleblower and witness protections - killed.
Enforcement of subpoena - killed.
Amnesty provision for defense contractors and other entities in possession of UAP-related material and involved in illegalities - killed.
Sources indicate that the CIA and defense contractors pinpointed the key politicians named above, who were able to thwart other members of Congress, including Senators Schumer and Mike Rounds, who are understood to have fought hard to pass the language intact.
There is some slight positive news - Section 1687, referring to the Limitation On Use Of Funds For Certain Unreported Programs.
The language restricts the use of funds authorized for any activities related to UAP unless the Secretary of Defense provides details of such activities to specific congressional committees and leadership. Additionally, it imposes limitations on independent research and development funding for UAP unless information is made available to the same congressional entities.
However, that language no longer includes the level of detail contained within the initial language, including references to recovery and reverse engineering of UAP craft linked to the limitations of such funds.
If there's truly nothing to hide, why are influential members of Congress, allegedly aided by the CIA and defense contractors, working so hard to conceal something that supposedly doesn't even exist? This raises serious questions and strongly hints at a substantial cover-up.