Facebook event to storm Area 51 gets deadpan response from Air Force

Area 51 sign in New Mexico

Area 51 sign in New Mexico

Over one million people RSVP to Facebook event as social media campaign to "Storm Area 51" goes viral.

Conspiracy theorists believe that the US government has kept UFOs and extraterrestrial life at the location, which is actually an Air Force training range. Pacific Daylight Time. Another 1.1 million Facebook users indicated they were "interested".

There are the Karens, whose demands to speak with the manager of Area 51 honestly are our best shot at seeing what's going on in there.

A Facebook event titled "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" has angered the USA military.

The existence of Area 51 as a real site was acknowledged by the United States in documents released by the country's Central Intelligence Agency only in 2013. "Lets see them aliens", reads the message on the Facebook page of the event. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets.

"Naruto", for those uninitiated in Japanese anime, is a popular character known for leaning forward as he sprints with his arms outstretched behind him.

Barnes, who had previously uploaded a proposal for a plan to enter the base, added, "I just thought it would be amusing and get me some thumbsy uppies on the Internet".

"We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry.We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry", the event stated.

"Area 51 is a classified research base", Lazar said. "The Nevada Test and Training Range is an area where the Air Force tests and trains combat aircraft".

The Air Force says it does not discuss its security measures and that the test and training range provides "flexible, realistic and multidimensional battlespace" for testing and "advanced training in support of USA national interests".