Object Shot Down By Biden Admin Might Have Just Been Revealed; If True, This Is A HUGE Embarrassment

So there are new reports floating around that one of the UFOs that was shot down last weekend by the authority of the Biden administration might actually have been a a hobby club’s balloon rather than a malicious threat to the United States. Yeah. If this is completely true and accurate information, this is a huge embarrassment for the president. Like one of the top five of his time in office. And there are a lot of them to choose from.

“While the government has not confirmed what pilots downed over the Yukon in northern Canada, the Northern Illinois Bottlecap Balloon Brigade said one of its balloons is ‘missing in action.’ That balloon was last seen off the coast of Alaska last Saturday morning,” TheBlaze said. “The trajectory of the balloon’s flight tracks with the object that a U.S. Air Force F-22 shot down on Saturday using a AIM-9X Sidewinder missile. Each missile costs more than $400,000.”

“But the circumstantial evidence is at least intriguing. The club’s silver-coated, party-style, ‘pico balloon’ reported its last position on Feb. 10 at 38,910 ft. off the west coast of Alaska, and a popular forecasting tool—the HYSPLIT model provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)—projected the cylindrically shaped object would be floating high over the central part of the Yukon Territory on Feb. 11.,” Aviation Week reported.

The piece from Aviation Week then said, “descriptions of all three unidentified objects shot down Feb. 10-12 match the shapes, altitudes and payloads of the small pico balloons.”

President Biden did confirm that officials within the intelligence committee believe the objects that were shot down were balloons.

“The intelligence community’s current assessment is that these three objects were most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation, or research institutions studying weather or conducting other scientific research,” Biden stated on Thursday.

“The North American Aerospace Defense Command, meanwhile, disclosed that the FBI has spoken to the Illinois hobbyist club whose balloon was likely targeted,” TheBlaze stated.

“I have no information for you from NORAD on the objects,” NORAD spokesperson Air Force Col. Elizabeth Mathias went on to say. “I understand FBI spoke with that hobby group, and I expect the [National Security Council] task force to have more on the potential identification of the objects.”

Again, this is beyond embarrassing, if the information is accurate.

Of course, no matter what information emerges, it will not be enough to satisfy some. Many believe these were balloons used in spy craft, likely from either Russia or China, given the balloon we took out a couple of weeks ago. These individuals will no doubt believe this hobby balloon stuff is just a cover. And that is possible. We know our government engages in a lot of shady business, so it wouldn’t be surprising.

And then there are those who still think these crafts might be extraterrestrial in origin. They, too, ascribe to a cover-up theory. Is it possible? I mean, I guess so. The question to ask isn’t if it is possible, but if it is probable. And I say no to that one. I highly doubt we could just shoot a highly advanced alien craft out of the sky with the current technology and weaponry we possess.

But you never know.

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