In my couple of conversations I had with Lue before interviewing him on Spaced Out Radio, I found him to be very forward, as well as very invested in what I was saying and how he was answering. For a guy like Lue, who has spent the better part of his adult life in the intelligence community, I could tell a couple of things: 1) I felt he was seeing as to whether or not he could trust me and whether or not my word on keeping things ‘off the record’ was going to be adhered to. 2) I also felt, even though he’s a man of strength and conviction, that he struggles (like any human being would) with not being able to say what he wants to say regarding this knowledge of the subject.
I really believe Lue is an experiencer outside of what his duties were within AATIP and the Government. This isn’t from prior knowledge. I will let you be the judge if you go to the 18:27 minute mark on my interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5td7_ERy7aY to decide whether or not Lue admits to having encounters with ‘grey’ aliens or not. To me, I think he did admit something very big. I have also taken out of our conversations that we’ve shared that he’s very much about opening up the people of the world to the new reality that we are not alone. Whether that’s extraterrestrials or some sort of ultra-terrestrial phenomenon, we may not have that answer just yet.
I also took out of our interview that Lue is nowhere done with the U.S. Government when it comes to this subject. He may not be a part of AATIP or the even the UAP Task Force, but with reading between the lines, you can easily tell that he’s not ‘retired’ so to speak. He’s in there, in the thick of the conversation between the military and elected officials. Should we be surprised? Heck no. This is Lue! This is what he does. This is what he’s good at. This is his mission. Although I don’t believe that we’ll ever get all of the secrets we want out of Roswell or the Phoenix Lights, I do believe that Lue is working towards giving us something. What that something is, is yet to be determined. This is part of the long, wait and see approach that’s already been going on for decades. It also should be stated that we can only hope that he’s doing it to benefit the people on this planet and not for nefarious ways to further exploit the military industrial complex.
In the end, I can honestly say I like the guy. He’s someone I’d definitely love to have a beer with. I wouldn’t want to cross him, but I believe Lue Elizondo is here to help. How much he can help will be something we have to wait and see. I wouldn’t say Lue is one of us fully in the UFO community. But I would say he’s closer to us with his own experiences than we expect. To me, it’s Elizondo’s experiences that we need to focus on. I started paving that road. It’s now up to me and others who interview or talk to him, to continue to lay the pavement, so he has an easier road to walk on when it comes to fully admitting “Lue’s Got Aliens!”