"I know of stuff I can't talk about right now" - Tom DeLonge Talks UFOs and His Split from Blink 182
6/23/2016 Update: Tom DeLonge has since clarified his comments about his "split from Blink 182," criticizing journalists for sensationalizing the story: "Quitting the band to search for UFOs? Hahhaha WTF is wrong with you media. I'm actually talking to Travis about us right now... Never did quit, remember? But- Am I currently working with people in the Government? YES. Including leadership from DOD, Intelligence and Executive Branch? YES. Just wait for the Documentary before considering ridiculous headlines. Haha.... #sekretmachines"
These recent statements are very similar to statements he made in January 2015 when people accused him of quitting the band.
Tom DeLonge, former Blink 182 member and current UFO Disclosure activist, has just given another great interview, expanding on the whole Ancient Aliens/UFO war narrative that has been unfolding over the past few months. If you aren't already aware, the new appointed PR spokesman for UFOs and Disclosure is apparently DeLonge, who claims to be a government insider. He has, in fact, just published a "fiction" sci fi book that includes real, nonfiction information about UFOs and aliens.
In the interview with Mic.com dated June 17th, Delonge detailed his recent split from Blink 182, which was due to his passion for UFOs and the many projects borne from it. While DeLonge leads another popular band, Angels & Airwaves, he didn't cite that as being the reason for leaving Blink 182.
One might recall a similar falling out with the late Nick Menza and his band Megadeth - the band and the drummer split ways after Menza became interested in UFOs. Like DeLonge, Menza also had plans to release some info on UFOs in a book, specifically his memoir. Unlike DeLonge, though, he was never able to follow through, passing of surprise heart attack last month.
DeLonge also reflected on the deep importance and secrecy of the information he's been tasked with disseminating to the American public, stating "I know of stuff I can't talk about right now."
He also depicted alien life as being far more complex than what mainstream scientists theorize, and echoed President Obama's recent statements that we (America) have not yet made direct contact with aliens: "I think that contact is kind of a vague description of a lot of things. I think there has been [alien] hardware, and whether by design or by accident, it's fallen in multiple countries."
We should continue to hear more from Tom Delonge on UFOs and more topics no doubt. If you want to keep up with the musician and UFO researcher, follow him on Twitter at @tomdelonge. In the meantime: