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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Chinese Spy Balloon


From Starlink launches to green comets, you never know what you’ll see in the night sky these days.

Today’s special: a Chinese spy balloon.

Yes, a confirmed Chinese spy balloon is floating over the US collecting information.

Right now!

But don’t worry, the Biden administration says it’s not considered a threat.

No need to shoot it down.

Okay China Joe.

Wait a minute, are you storing more boxes of classified documents in the balloon?

According to CNN,

The Pentagon has been tracking the balloon for several days as it made its way over the northern United States, Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder said.

While the balloon’s current flight path carries it over “a number of sensitive sites,” the official said it does not present a significant intelligence gathering risk. The balloon is assessed to have “limited additive value” from an intelligence collection perspective, the official added.

The president has been briefed on the balloon’s movements and requested military options on how to deal with it, according to a senior administration official.

Biden took Milley’s advice not to order the balloon shot down and the official stressed that it does not pose a military threat emphasizing that the administration acted “immediately” to protect against the collection of sensitive information.

Phew! I feel better now.

I know Milley has our best interest at heart.

It’s not like he ever told China there’d be no surprise attacks….

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene took to Twitter, saying this wouldn’t fly with a Trump administration.

I’d have to agree, and it looks like I’m not the only one:

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