Chinese Spy Balloons?!

Look up in the sky…it’s a bird! It’s a plane! No…it’s a Chinese spy balloon? On Wednesday, February 1, 2023, a Chinese spy balloon was spotted in the sky over Montana…by civilians, who observed it floating over their homes. A resident of Billings observed what he initially thought to be a UFO when he looked out the window of an office building. He took pictures and posted them to social media, those images were shared and reshared, and soon the entire country was aware that the Chinese Communist Party was spying on us. But, of course, our government hadn’t notified us, even though there is no way the people in power (not the president) were not already aware.

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We’re back, we just had to take a pause while writing this to shake our heads in disgust at the lack of commitment to the American people by our poor excuse for a federal government. The spy balloon entered U.S. airspace over Alaska on January 28, 2023. Officials surrounding Joe Biden were certainly aware of it by then – in fact they must have known about it when it took off from Central China on January 21. But the United States took no action when the CCP surveillance orb entered U.S. airspace. The balloon was allowed to make its way down from Alaska and breach the sky over the U.S. mainland. It wasn’t until after a man in Billings, MT broke the story that commercial flights were diverted. This seemed to be the point where high-ranking officials finally decided to tell Joe Biden about it. But, of course, the inept president did nothing. Or perhaps he was just following through with a Biden crime family decidedly anti-America first agreement with China. Democrats didn’t miss a beat when it came to resuming Chinese regime bootlicking ASAP. Rep. Jim Hines (D-CT) stated that we can’t let the Chinese spy balloon “color the deeper strategic relationship with China” because China is “massively important to the U.S. economy”. Hmmm. Not cool, Jim. Not cool.

Meanwhile, China Joe let the spy balloon traverse unencumbered across most of the United States. In violation of international law, the balloon was allowed to surveil its way all the way to South Carolina unencumbered. And, of course, loyal CCP member Joe did not call for sanctions against the Chinese government. There was no punishment of any kind for invading our airspace on a spy mission, and passing over at least one classified nuclear weapons installation. It wasn’t until the spy balloon was off the coast of South Carolina that an Air Force jet hit it with a sidewinder missile. The official White House narrative (pack of lies) was that the surveillance balloon was shot down as soon as it could be done without undue risk to American lives under the balloon’s path. Naturally, this coincided with the completion of its spy mission.

The balloon remnants hadn’t yet been retrieved from the Atlantic ocean and the Biden administration was already lying to the America people about what had happened. We were assured that there was no threat to national security. We were told that the balloon never transmitted data back to China. But how could officials know that? The White House did not elaborate, and we don’t expect that any explanation is forthcoming. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan prevaricated that bringing the surveillance device down over the ocean would better allow for the ability to “effectively exploit the wreckage.” But we’re pretty sure anything plummeting to the earth from 60,000 feet is going to shatter on impact, regardless of whether it hits pavement, dirt, or water. And what we’d really like to know is why the government rolled out the aerial red carpet and did nothing to defend our sovereignty against our enemies.

Shortly after the round mound of espionage was shot down, three additional unknown objects were detected in the skies over the United States. All three were taken out by the United States military. Were they UFOs? Were we under attack? Or was it a hobby balloon belonging to the Northern Illinois Bottlecap Balloon Brigade… The club’s silver-coated, party-style, cylindrically shaped, pico balloon last reported its position on February 10 off the west coast of Alaska. By the following day, February 11, the balloon would have been floating high over the central part of the Yukon Territory. This is the same day and the same location that an object fitting the description of the hobby balloon was shot down by the U.S. Air Force. The other two unidentified objects shot down over U.S. airspace match the shapes, altitudes and payloads of the small pico balloons. It seems likely that the highly competent Biden administration spent over $1.6 million to shoot down three $12 hobby balloons. 

Trump, the seemingly permanent scapegoat of the democrat party, was somehow blamed for this. The regime’s mouthpiece (AKA the mainstream media) reported that Trump allowed Chinese spy balloons to do the same thing during his administration. The weak Biden administration asserted that this “minor spying incident” is not a big deal because Trump did it first. That steaming pile of BS has already been fact-checked by former president DJT and by former CIA director and secretary of state Mike Pompeo. Pompeo stated that, “I certainly never became aware that there was a three-bus-sized floating device coming across our country for five days, either as CIA director or secretary of state.”

The balloon saga continues. On February 19, 2023, a large, white balloon was reported flying over the Pacific ocean, approximately 600 miles northeast of Honolulu, Hawaii. This object was reported to be flying at an altitude of roughly 40,000 to 50,000 feet, which is consistent with the previous spy balloon’s elevation. The Biden administration is thus far silent about the nature of this orb, but it seems the CCP received China Joe’s welcome message loud and clear: the United States of America is open for spying.

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