Character Filibuster: Mulder before the sub-committee. The committee members do not seem too moved and it's rather short anyway, but he gets uplifting background music nevertheless.
MULDER: Why is this so hard to believe? When the accepted discovery of life off this planet is on the front page of every newspaper around the world? When the most conservative scientists and science journals are calling for the exploration of Mars and Jupiter? With every reason to believe that life and the persistence of it is thriving outside our own terrestrial sphere? If you cannot get past this, then I suggest this whole committee be held in contempt, for ignoring evidence that cannot be refuted.
SENATOR SORENSON: This is NOT why we are here today.