Contrary to those who want to yell “Conspiracy Theory,’ or point fingers and laugh, the United States learned as early as 1953 with one of our first infrared telescopes that we has an inbound bogey, or bogey’s I should say. Planet X is far more than just one massive planet. It just happens to be the outermost planet within a smaller solar system that is orbiting a dwarf star. You see, it has always been a well known fact that our solar system was a bit “different” than other solar systems, because we were not a binary system, meaning a solar system with two starts, once of which is typically a dwarf star. As it turns out, we’re not so different.
In the second video, you’ll see the red trail behind the mystery planet. No, it is not a camera malfunction. Even several disclosures by NASA insiders showing video from NASA’s observatory on the South Pole have showed a red debris field following the planet.