In the wake of reports of unidentified objects flying over Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, a retired Air Force pilot has his own mystery with a rash of bright, colorful lights he photographed hovering in skies over western Arkansas last week.
“I believe these lights were not of this world, and I feel a duty and responsibility to come forward,” Col. Brian Fields told WND. “I have no idea what they were.”
Fields, 61, was cooking chicken at his Van Buren, Ark., home Jan. 9 when just before 7 p.m., he observed two intensely bright lights as he looked to the southeast close to the horizon.
Confronted yet again with evidence that World Nut Daily is the most credulous and least credible source of anything even resembling truth, I hoped that this report would lead the conservative commentator to denounce the site as the unfunny cousin of The Onion.
Alas, Forman’s response is “I don’t have a clue what this man saw. But I know some of you will ask me, ‘If these turn out to be life from another world, what would it do to your faith in God?’ ”
Yes, folks, that’s where his mind went first. I am increasingly convinced that the entire right wing of American politics is an elaborate hoax. Could people who think that a guy seeing lights in the sky is occasion for deep theological discussions really have taken over the Congress for 12 years and the White House for 8?
I’m going to assume that this is all an elaborate game by Sasha Baron-Cohen, aka Borat, aka Ali G. Nothing else makes sense.