Friday, April 30, 2021

Gough: DOD Has No Comment on Any Elizondo Remarks

    Spokesperson Sue Gough stated in an email received today the Department of Defense has no comment on any of Luis Elizondo's remarks. She also reiterated the Department's position that Elizondo had no assigned responsibilities for AATIP while assigned to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence. 

Luis Elizondo
A query was submitted to Gough after the New York Post published an article in which the controversial government official-turned-UFO Disclosure activist minimized statements issued by the DOD on his former responsibilities. The Post quoted Elizondo as suggesting the Pentagon doesn't like him very much, and its denial of his AATIP assigned responsibilities have been disgruntled matters of semantics.

"I had no assigned responsibilities," the Post quoted Elizondo, "because I was working Gitmo for [the Department of Defense]. These assigned duties [exploring the reality of UFOs] were coming from the legislative branch."

Asked if she had any comment, and specifically if Elizondo had AATIP duties originating from the "legislative branch," Gough replied as indicated below.

The Post further quoted Elizondo, "There are enough people now in the Pentagon and on the Hill who know exactly who I was and what I did. And, you know, it’s going to hurt [my detractors’] credibility."

Seemingly unknown to Elizondo, the issue is not a matter of whether those seeking evidence to justify his claims are supporters or detractors. It's a matter of proper documentation. To argue otherwise confuses the issue and is detrimental to the fact-checking process. 

Perhaps his claims will be fully verified, but that is not currently the case. It becomes increasingly difficult to empathize with his inability to resolve the circumstances. As one Twitter account put it, "It makes no sense that he can't show documentation to the public about a claim he has made public. In all his years he has not a scrap of unclassified anything that proves he worked with AATIP?"


See also:

Significance of Pentagon Statements about Luis Elizondo and OUSDI 


  1. And on and on the ufo circus goes...
    Meanwhile...a "real" phenomena exists..
    Not that 99% of the "Ufo fans" would care.
    Crashed saucers/Discosure projects/mystery metals/alien abductions etc are where the cool kids are.
    Non prosaic mystery lights per se..are so passe...
    why does the profound attract the profane?

  2. Oh Lue, we are not detractors, we are simply wondering why a carnival sideshow barker should be taken seriously.

  3. For a long time it's been all about the, " experts " and " investigators " and their experience, truthfulness or bona fides. Not so much about the data though.

  4. I meant to post this here :
    Elizondo’s response to Gough in April 30th interview on YT >
    EXCLUSIVE - Ex Pentagon official Luis Elizondo reveals UFO bombshells | The Basement Office

    EXCLUSIVE - Ex Pentagon official Luis Elizondo reveals UFO bombshells | The Basement Office - YouTube

  5. Luis, is a phony, wags his tongue anywhere he can, but NEVER produces any evidence of his claims. WHY would anyone believe him in the first place?