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BREAKING: Pentagon Just Shot Down An “Unknown High Altitude Object” Over Alaska…


Breaking right now…

An unknown high altitude object has just been shot down over Alaskan airspace.




Project Bluebeam?

We’ll discuss it all, but first watch this alert from the Pentagon:

From NBC News:

The U.S. military on Friday afternoon shot down a “high-altitude object” flying over Alaskan airspace and Arctic waters, National Security Council official John Kirby confirmed at the White House.

The Pentagon had been tracking the object over the last 24 hours, he said.

“The object was flying at an altitude of 40,000 feet and posed a reasonable threat to the safety of civilian flight,” Kirby told reporters during the White House briefing. “Out of an abundance of caution, and at the recommendation of the Pentagon, President Biden ordered the military to down the object and they did and it came inside our territorial waters and those waters right now are frozen.”

Fighter aircraft assigned to U.S. Northern Command took down the object “within the last hour,” Kirby said around 2:30 p.m. ET.

The pilots were able to determine that it was “unmanned” before it was shot down, he added.

Kirby made clear the U.S. does not know who owns the object and he would not call it a balloon, like the one allegedly owned by the Chinese government that the U.S. military shot down on Saturday.

“We’re calling this an object because that’s the best description we have right now,” Kirby said. “We do not know who owns it, whether it’s state-owned or corporate-owned or privately-owned. We just don’t know.”

Pilots shot the object down just off the northeastern part of Alaska, near the Canadian border, over the Arctic Sea, Kirby said.

Officials did not understand the full purpose of the object, Kirby added, saying the U.S. expects that it will be able to recover the debris. “A recovery effort will be made and we’re hopeful that it’ll be successful and then we can learn a little bit more about it,” he said.

The object, which the U.S. learned about on Thursday evening, was described as “roughly the size of a small car,” Kirby said.

Pentagon press secretary Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder provided additional details at a briefing with reporters, noting that the object was shot down at 1:45 p.m. ET.

The U.S. initially detected the object on ground radar Thursday and further investigated it using aircraft, Ryder said. An F-22 fighter jet shot down the object using an A9X missile, he added.

U.S. Northern Command coordinated the operation with assistance from the Alaska Air National Guard, the Federal Aviation Administration and the FBI, Ryder said.

Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, said he was briefed by senior Pentagon officials about the object and said the U.S. needs to “reestablish deterrence” in response to the Chinese government, which he said, “believes they can willfully infiltrate American airspace whenever they want.”

A few jokes to lighten the mood…

Some have suggested it was the Tesla Roadster:

Many are calling it a “UFO”:

While those are obvious parody, the term “UFO” is technically correct here.

Meanwhile, I found this very interesting…

This looks a whole lot like the one that got shot down last week, doesn’t it?

Except check the date on that Tweet….

It’s from ONE YEAR ago!

Things that make you go hmmmmmm.

Now watch my friend Christopher Greene break it all down and his analysis about whether it’s a UFO, Project BlueBeam, real, fake and more….

He has one theory that perhaps it was staged to make Biden now appear strong and tough.

Not a bad theory.


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