Senator Gillibrand has seats on both the Senate Armed Services Committee and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, which are the two Senate committees with primary "jurisdiction" over UAP-related matters. For reasons that I explained in the blog post that Nivek linked above, for Senator Gillibrand to lay out such a ground-breaking amendment for possible incorporation into the National Defense Authorization Act -- a "must pass" bill -- provides an unprecedented opportunity to enact very substantial legislation on this subject matter. We should seek support among lawmakers of all stripes in this endeavor.
I find it telling that Meghan Markle and Mr. Markle don’t wish to be Royals anymore. Yet no one would be giving them the time of day if they were average citizens like you and me. I am waiting for her to announce that she will be running for some sort of political office.Sorry to be a funsnatcher but people tend to forget that New York does actually have TWO US Senators. It's easy to do that because we don't. We have Chuck Schumer. The remaining .08% worth of Senator is Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). We think of her as maybe an end table over in the corner that you don't even bother to toss your keys on, just collects dust.
She's a sock puppet or more accurately and wind sock that'll just go in whatever direction is easiest. Not exactly laden with gravitas. The other hot button issue of national importance that she's involved in right now is to give Meghan Markle the private contact information of a number of other senators so she can cold call them and wag around the title of nobility she's renounced. Because she has important issues to promote, like herself.