The United States military has finished operations to recover wreckage from a Chinese spy balloon that flew over the country earlier this month.
It was reported that on February 4 at roughly 58,000 feet above the Atlantic Ocean, an F-22 Raptor fired a single AIM-9X Sidewinder missile at the observation balloon. Before choosing to shoot down the spy balloon, President Joe Biden allowed it to go hundreds of miles beyond the continental United States.
On the 16th of February, 2023, U.S. Northern Command announced that the recovery operations for the debris from the shot-down PRC surveillance balloon on February 4, 2023, off the coast of South Carolina, were complete. The remaining shards are being transferred to an FBI laboratory in Virginia for counterintelligence study, just as the surface and subsurface debris already gathered. U.S. Navy and Coast Guard vessels have departed the area. There are currently no limits on oceanic or aerial transport.
Two weeks after the fact, on a Thursday, Biden tried to seem tough.
Perhaps we can discover the truth here “According to Biden, who added that he hoped to have a chat with President Xi, the two men will soon meet. No, I’m not sorry that I burst your bubble.
Rapidly following that, suspicious UFOs were shot down over Alaska, Canada, and Lake Huron.
There is no evidence to suggest they were part of China’s spy balloon program or were surveillance vehicles from any other country at this time “Quote from President Biden.
President Joe Biden promised “sharper rules” for tracking objects that enter U.S. airspace and determining potential actions to be taken against those objects after allowing the Chinese spy balloon to fly over the United States for two weeks before shooting it down off the coast of South Carolina.
If I may quote President Biden: “discern between those that are likely to generate safety and security concerns that necessitate action and those that do not.”