Just one day after the United States shot down a “cylindrical, silverish gray” unidentified flying object (UFO) in the northeast arctic region of Alaska, NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) reportedly shot down a third UFO in Canada over the Yukon.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that NORAD, and specifically a U.S. F-22 fighter jet, took down the unidentified high-altitude object that had “violated Canadian airspace.”
“Canadian and U.S. aircraft were scrambled, and a U.S. F-22 successfully fired at the object,” Trudeau told his followers.
An AIM 9X missile, the same kind used to shoot down the “Chinese spy balloon” that crossed the U.S. last week, was used to take down this latest UFO, according to the Pentagon. Now, Canadian forces will recover and analyze the wreckage.
Meanwhile, Trudeau says he is in talks with fake president Brandon about these UFOs. Their sudden appearance and takedown is raising more questions about communist China’s alleged surveillance programs, which media reports say has “sparked a diplomatic standoff between the world superpowers.”
“It’s unclear what the latest object is and where it originated,” one report reads. “But the U.S. has accused China of a years-long surveillance program in which it deployed spy balloons across the globe, a claim rejected by Beijing.”
(Related: Check out this video footage of an F-18 fighter plane encountering a UFO.)
Brandon adds six Chinese groups suspected of connection to “spy balloon” to special “entity list”
This latest UFO to hit the ground in Canada after being shot down is “roughly the size of a car,” authorities say, and smaller than the Chinese spy balloon that was shot down a week prior.
Both UFOs were taken down by a U.S. F-22, while the third was taken down and is now being recovered near Deadhorse, Alaska. NORAD and U.S. Northern Command also say that the FBI has taken custody of the Chinese spy balloon debris for investigation.
The Brandon regime has since added six Chinese groups suspected of connections to communist China’s spy balloon program onto its “entity list,” which bars them from providing China with any U.S. technology.
In the comments, one person wrote that he suspects these spy balloons have been entering North American airspace for years, but that we are only just now hearing about it because the Brandon regime has decided that “the optics of it are bad and they had better ‘do something about it.’”
“This feels a lot more like a sudden change in policy than a sudden change in the number of balloons,” this same commenter added.
Another wondered if perhaps we are witnessing the early stages of Project Bluebeam get unveiled to the masses. Will the powers that be stage a fake alien invasion as their next false flag operation?
“But peace and safety! Peace and safety!” this same commenter added, referencing I Thessalonians 5:3 which reads:
“For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.”
“The economy is imploding and many people will … look over there!” wrote someone else, illustrating how these alleged spy balloons could just be a distraction from the markets, which appear poised for a massive collapse.
“So the big story is: how many millions were wasted shooting it down?” asked another. “Bring on more distractions from the exposure of the Nord Stream terrorist attack and the deadly ‘vaccines.’”
To this end, another commenter pointed out that the current excess mortality rate in Germany is now around 44 percent, which is perhaps another reason for these newest distractions.
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