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The Military’s Secret “UFO WEAPON”

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This is a must read If you cannot see this email properly, please click [here]( Dear Fellow Investor, In 2002, the former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, admitted that the U.S. military recovered a "crashed UFO"... ...that an [unnamed defense contractor]( retrieved this "alien hardware" to reverse-engineer it... And the whole operation was run by a secret "cabal" within the government. But it looks like we didn't have the technology to build it yet. In May of 2020, the Pentagon brought a team of 38 scientists together to try again. At Sandia Labs - the same place where Robert Oppenheimer led the Manhattan Project to build the atom bomb. Their goal was to see if we now had the technology to build [this new "UFO Weapon."]( They succeeded. CBS News reports: "Its an entirely new type of weapon." The New York Times reports: "No existing defense can stop it." The Pentagon said building it is: "Our #1 priority." The U.S. Army said: "We're going to build a lot of them very quickly." CNBC reports: "It's going to open up a massive market for the defense industry." These huge military contracts could spark 1,000% gains of the small firm that won the contract to build them. [Get the name of the small defense contractor here ]( "The Buck Stops Here," [dylan signature] DailyMarketMovers.com Disclaimer This newsletter contains advertisements which are neither an offer nor recommendation to buy or sell any security. Content marked as "Ad," "Special" or "Sponsor" may be a third party advertisements where the advertiser is paying per click, per lead or per sale and are not endorsed or warranted by our staff or company. Sandpiper Marketing Group, LLC is also being compensated by Summit Publishing Group and Investing Trends up to three dollars per click and may exceed twelve thousand, five hundred dollars per week for placement of specific advertisements contained in this newsletter. Sandpiper Marketing Group, LLC and its principles do not own any of the stocks mentioned in this email or in the article that this email links to. Please see the disclaimer on the advertiser's website for additional information, including their relationship with any mentioned security. Compensation for advertising constitutes a conflict of interest as to our ability to remain objective in our communication regarding any companies profiled. Because of this conflict, individuals are strongly encouraged to not use this newsletter as the basis for any investment decision. This newsletter may contain information regarding investment ideas and third-party ratings regarding specific securities. We hold no investment licenses and are thus neither licensed nor qualified to provide investment advice. Sandpiper Marketing Group, LLC nor its principals are FINRA-registered broker-dealers or investment advisers. The content of this email should not be taken as advice, an endorsement, or a recommendation from Sandpiper Marketing Group, LLC to buy or sell any security. Always consult a real licensed investment professional before making any investment decision. Be extremely careful, investing in securities carries a high degree of risk; you may likely lose some or all of the investment. The content in this newsletter or email is not provided to any individual with a view toward their individual circumstances. Also, because events and circumstances frequently do not occur as expected, there will likely be differences between the any predictions and actual results. While all information is believed to be reliable, it is not guaranteed by us to be accurate. Individuals should assume that all information contained in our newsletter is not trustworthy unless verified by their own independent research. By opening this email or clicking any links contained, you are reconfirming your opt-in status. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link below in the footer. This is part of your free subscription to DailyMarketMoverscom [If you are not a human, click here.]( DailyMarketMovers.com part of Sandpiper Marketing Group, LLC | 1519 Mecklenburg Hwy | Unit 4 | Mt. Mourne | North Carolina | 28123 | United States | 877-411-9808 [Unsubscribe]( | [Report spam]( Sent with [ActiveTrail]( software

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