CONVENIENT: Officials Now Saying UFO Debris Might Not Ever Be Found

Government officials are now attempting to reduce expectations for recovery efforts concerning an unidentified flying object that was shot down over North America. Boy, this is not going to do anything to stop all of the theories floating around out there that this was an extraterrestrial craft, is it? Nope. It’s sure not. Better get your tinfoil hats and glasses of water ready, people.

I hope you got that reference.

According to the Daily Wire, the U.S. military is saying that jets shot a craft of some kind out of the air over the state of Alaska last Friday, another in Canadian airspace on Saturday, and a third one over Lake Huron on Sunday. This is scary. And I’m not talking about the alien hypothesis, though that might be frightening too. What I’m more concerned about is these crafts being Chinese or Russian in origin. Look how easily they seem to have infiltrated our airspace. That is horrifying from a national security stand point.

“The U.S. and Canada announced there would be retrieval operations so investigators could better understand these objects. Officials have warned all along how wild terrain and winter weather might complicate the process,” the report continued.

By Tuesday of this week, officials have started casting doubt on whether these salvage missions will actually be able to locate any of the debris from the crafts. Now that doesn’t sound suspicious, does it? Again, this is exactly how you’d expect the government to act if they were trying to cover something up. Doesn’t mean aliens, but it could mean something sinister from a security perspective.

“If it can’t be recovered, it’s going to be extremely difficult to say with great certainty what these things were,” a senior Biden administration official then stated during an interview with CNN on Tuesday morning.

An official with the Canadian government also gave a cautious message.

“We are working very hard to locate them, but there’s no guarantee that we will,” Sean McGillis, a spokesperson for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police went on to say.

“The terrain in the Yukon is rather treacherous right now so it could pose some significant challenges to us in terms of our recovery efforts. The same could be said about what’s taking place in Lake Huron, the marine conditions are also not conducive at the moment,” McGillis commented.

“These UFOs flew at such an altitude that they endangered civilian aircraft and were possibly conducting surveillance, officials have said. The Pentagon says these flying objects differed from the one shot down off the coast of South Carolina on February 4. While the U.S. assesses that object was a Chinese spy balloon, China claims it was a civilian research craft that was blown off course,” the DW reported.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre went on to tell the press on Monday that there was “no indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity” concerning the recent takedowns. White House national security spokesman John Kirby has announced that President Joe Biden has ordered officials to build an interagency team to look into “unidentified aerial phenomena.”

The leading theory to explain this activity, according to KJP, is that these UFOs were “simply tied to commercial or research entities and therefore benign,” according to a report from the New York Times.


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