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Fourth Object Shot Down by Military! Is This an Invasion?


What is going on?!

The military has just shot down ANOTHER object.

This time – over Lake Huron in Michigan.


According to ABC News,

Another high-altitude object was shot down on Sunday afternoon, this one over Lake Huron, three U.S. officials confirmed to ABC News, marking the latest in a string of such incidents.

The object was shot down by a U.S. military aircraft, according to one of the officials. Further details were not yet available about the object or how it had traveled into the U.S.

The downing is the fourth time in recent days that a high-altitude object was shot down over U.S. or Canadian territory.

Remember not so long ago when the first Chinese spy balloon appeared in our skies?

Biden was dragging his feet to take care of it.

How long did it take to shoot that thing down?

And now, we’re on the fourth unidentified object shot down!

What did they find on the first one to make them take such quick action?

The Wall Street Journal had this to say:

An F-16 fighter jet shot down the object, according to a Congressional aide, who said the object was shaped like an octagon and was at an altitude of 20,000 feet, posing a hazard to commercial aircraft.

It was the fourth object shot down over North America since a suspected Chinese spy balloon was destroyed Feb. 4.

The object shot down Sunday was the same one that had been tracked by U.S. officials since Saturday, leading Federal Aviation Administration officials to temporarily close off airspace above Montana and Lake Michigan this weekend.

U.S. officials said they have stepped up monitoring high-altitude airspace following the discovery of the Chinese balloon.

Is this China again?


North Korea?


A distraction?

Something else?


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