Listen To Baker Mayfield

If he's saying that UFOs are real, UFOs are real.

Jim Rome
April 27, 2021 - 10:40 am
Baker Mayfield

USA Today


A few weeks ago, back in early March, Baker Mayfield tweeted the following: Almost 100%, Em and I just saw a UFO drop straight out of the sky on our way home from dinner... We stopped and looked at each other and asked if either of us saw it... Very bright ball of light going straight down out of the sky towards Lake Travis. Anybody else witness this?

And I’m sure a bunch of you dopes and haters were saying, that’s just a guy from Texas seeing something in the sky and immediately thinking its aliens. The History Channel is full of shows like this.

And usually when something like that happens, the guy who posted the tweet comes back a few days or weeks later and walks back the original claim. That UFO turns out to be a small plane, a weather balloon, or a drone. They admit the mistake and apologize for the confusion. 

But not this time. Not only is Baker Mayfield not walking it back, he’s backing it up. He spoke with the media yesterday and he made a couple things clear.

“We were driving home from dinner. Just driving back home and had the music going. It was one of those things [Emily] was looking down at her phone in the passenger seat. It was nighttime so when you’re looking at your phone screen, everything is dark around you and you can only see that light, but it was bright enough to where it caught her attention, too. We kind of just looked at each other, ‘Did you just see that? Yeah.’ Other people in that area confirmed, too.”

That’s significant for two reasons. One, he’s not saying that he was mistaken or that he’s subsequently learned that it wasn’t what he thought it was. 

He’s RE-SETTING the scene, telling you exactly what happened, and how he reacted in the moment. That’s important.

And that he received confirmation from other people in the area as well.


“I’m a firm believer in ufos and Sasquatch. It’s real, I saw it. I’m glad the Navy finally confirmed some more pictures. Now everybody doesn’t think I’m as crazy. I believe.’

That is the quarterback of America’s Team saying that UFOs are real. When it comes to significant voices on this issue, America’s Quarterback is second only to America’s President when it comes to weight and heft. 

And if the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns is saying that UFOs are real, UFOs are real. That’s a fact. Case closed. 

If you’re new to the conversation about UFOs, here’s all you need to know: the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns said he’s seen them and they’re real. Game. Set. Match. THANKS FOR COMING.

Let’s move on to the next topic, because this one is resolved. 

And don’t come in here with some junk like that report that UFO sightings were up 51% last year during the pandemic. I’m aware of that study and if you want to explain the increased sightings as a result of people being at home, or being bored, or being at home and being drunk off their asses, you can keep right on moving.

Because you know what else has increased over the last few years? Government confirmation of what’s happening.

Like the photographs that surfaced earlier this month of an unidentified flying object that was spotted and photographed by Navy pilots. 

In March, the former national intelligence director told Fox News that “We are talking about objects that have been seen by Navy or Air Force pilots, or have been picked up by satellite imagery that frankly engage in actions that are difficult to explain.” 

That’s an interesting quote from the former national intelligence director. And he had more, saying that these objects had “Movements that are hard to replicate that we don’t have the technology for. Or traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom.”

Like how does something like that get said, by a guy who had crazy access to intelligence, and people aren’t talking about this every single day? How is this not the lead story every single day all the time?

You’ve got the quarterback of the Cleveland Browns talking about this and the former director of national intelligence. At this point, UFOs are practically like gravity. It’s real, I can’t really explain it to you, but it’s real.

And if that’s not enough for you, less than two weeks ago, a spokeswoman for the Department of Defense told CBS via email: "I can confirm that the referenced photos and videos were taken by Navy personnel.”

And she went on to write: "As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace, including those incursions initially designated as [Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.]"

“Potential adversaries”?!? Are we talking about ENEMIES IN SPACE!?! That is nuts. How are we talking about objects with movements that are “hard to replicate that we don’t have the technology for” and objects “traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom” and people are not freaking out. 

It’s so wild to me that there are members of the intelligence community, members of the military community, and members of the football community talking about this, and it’s not the only thing that people talk about, ever. 

It is such a wild commentary on the way life is right now that we’ve had all this information about ufos come out over the last few years and people are shrugging their shoulders. WE HAVE ADVERSARIES IN SPACE AND NO ONE’S TRIPPING? 

Maybe this is what Kyle Shanahan was talking about. Maybe Baker Mayfield and Kyle Shanahan are part of some sort of UFO task force. Maybe Shanahan has been briefed on these objects that move in outrageous ways that we cannot replicate. Maybe this is why the roster construction on Sunday doesn’t matter.  

I’ll be honest, this isn’t something that is keeping me up at night. But it sounds like it might be something that is keeping someone in the intelligence community up at night. And it should. 

If we’re talking about potential adversaries and potential space-enemies, then they should be staying up at night.  SOMEONE BETTER BE.  And instead of spending all our time, worrying about and preparing for our enemies here on earth, maybe we better be gearing for those dudes screaming through the air at the speed of sound in those crazy flying triangles. That bleep hasn’t been keeping me up at night, but after seeing all this, it probably will now.  Used to be someone said they saw a UFO and you were mocked for being a kook: now you say you saw one and it’s like, and? Happens every day. Happens to all.

I don’t want to watch the next Baker press conference and an alien pop out of his chest. Sigourney Weaver will have to light up the entire Browns facilities. Arnold will have to put the face paint back on and hunt the SOB.