US fighter jets have taken down three unidentified flying objects in the over the past few days. In addition, the FAA temporarily shut down airspace in Montana and Michigan over the weekend, due to Department of Defense “activities”, but we have no explanation of those activities. Critics question why the government and media want the public to be talking about UFAs and are concerned that they are trying to distract away from other issues.
Last week, US fighter jets downed a balloon, about 200 feet high, that was reported to be a suspected spy device, off of the coast of South Carolina. President Biden waited four days before shooting down the balloon that had traversed over a long swath of the US, and it is suspected of collecting vital information.
On Friday, February 10, President Biden gave the order for an F-22 warplane to shoot down a unidentified flying object (UFO) that was flying over Alaska’s northern coast. The object’s origin and history remain a mystery. The object was reported to be a cylindrical gray object the size of a small car.
On Saturday, February 11, the FAA closed airspace in Montana to support Defense Department activities. The nature of the “activities” has yet to be disclosed. NORAD later said that the closure came after it detected a radar anomaly, but it didn’t find anything and Montana’s airspace and was reopened.
The second UFO was shot down over Canada by the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD), a combined organization of the United States and Canada. The object, described as a cylindrical shape smaller than the Chinese balloon, was downed by a A US F-22 fighter jet.
On Sunday, February 12, the FAA temporarily shut down airspace over part of Lake Michigan for the Department of Defense activities, but the nature of the DOD activities are unknown.
The US military shot down another UFO over Michigan on Sunday, the Defense Department announced. The object was described as octagon-shaped.
Mainstream media is reporting that Chinese authorities are reportedly preparing to shoot down an “unidentified flying object” spotted in the skies near the eastern Shandong Province.
A critic questioned why the people in power want the public to be talking about UFOs and what are they trying to distract away from?