Who Goes There?
Will the Real Lue Elizondo Please Stand Up?
Ufology has never had a character as polarizing or important as Luis Elizondo. His controversial status tells us much about where the Disclosure movement is today.
LUE ELIZONDO HAS BECOME the face of America’s renewed interest in UFOs since the New York Times revelations of 2017. If it’s possible to be overexposed as a UAP explainer, then he may qualify. He’s been everywhere — from 60 Minutes to Tucker Carlson to Unidentified to what seems like a thousand podcasts. With each one, his schtick becomes a little clearer, and he drops another nugget here and there and then, once in a while, he uncorks a whopper which, if true, would change the game as we know it or should have already.
Is it all true? Well, according to Elizondo’s Twitter feed, and his pinned Tweet, it sure is:
By the way, the TV game show To Tell the Truth is where the phrase, “Will the real (insert name here) please stand up?” comes from. Three people take questions from a panel, all pretending to be the same person. At the end, the panelists vote and, after they’ve committed themselves, the question gets asked and the real person stands up. From a ufological perspective, back in 1966, abductee Barney Hill even appeared, and most of the panel picked him.
Elizondo has become a mystery man of sorts in the past couple of days. On November 9, he posted this cryptic Tweet:
I have no idea about his health and welfare. I hope it’s good and the concern was all a Twitterstorm in a Teapot. As of this writing, we’re still in his “strategic pause” and I’m sure more than a few are wondering exactly what he means by…