After four objects were shot down in four days over North American air space, American citizens have become increasingly concerned.
The Chinese spy balloon was the first but since then, other “unidentified” objects started popping up over both the U.S. and Canada. Another was shot down over Lake Huron over the weekend.
Then another UFO was apparently detected over Montana — but that story now has an even more frightening angle.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) released a statement on Saturday that said they’d detected a “radar anomaly,” and they were sending a fighter jet to investigate.
However, the fighter evidently couldn’t find what caused that anomaly and NORAD is continuing to “monitor the situation.”
This comes hot on the heels of a U.S. Air Force F-22 raptor shooting down an unidentified high-altitude object over Canada, and one off the coast of Alaska on Friday afternoon.
But the Montana incident is of special interest, especially because of the comments given by Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) on CBS News’ “Meet the Press” (via The Daily Wire):
The investigation is still going on as we speak. The truth is, is that there was an anomaly, and they’ve investigated.
I think it got dark last night, so they couldn’t fully check it out. I’m sure as we speak, it’s being checked out right now.
There may still be something out there. It may be a false alarm.
“There may still be something out there” is the phrase that has everyone concerned.
Currently, all we know is that NORAD detected something, then was unable to find what caused the radar anomaly. This means that feasibly, whatever triggered the initial detection is indeed still flying around.
Sen. Tester also called out President Biden not shooting down a Chinese spy balloon sooner:
We’ve got ICBMs in Montana, we got 150 of them, Malmstrom Air Force Base is an incredible deterrent for this country and has been since the early 60s.
The military made an assessment that they wouldn’t be able to gather the information that the military thought was important to China.
And if that didn’t happen that way, somebody screwed up.
The biggest issue surrounding all these incidents is that neither the military nor the White House has provided America with any information.
We know the first one was a balloon, and some reports say the second was another balloon conducting “surveillance.” But these others remain a mystery, especially the one that may have been lost.
Currently, many lawmakers – especially on the GOP side – are demanding more transparency on this historic sequence of events.
- After detecting a “radar anomaly” over Montana, NORAD says they couldn’t locate whatever caused it.
- Sen. Jon Tester said it’s being investigated but right now, “there may still be something out there.”
- This comes after three other high-altitude objects were shot down in the past few days, and Americans demand answers.
Source: The Daily Wire