Footage of the shooting down of UFOs over US airspace to remain 'classified,' DoD confirms

 March 29, 2023

Remember the mysterious, unidentified objects that were shot down in American airspace not long after the Chinese spy balloon debacle? The footage of the shootdown doesn't appear as if it will see the light of day, at least if President Joe Biden has anything to do with it. 

According to The Daily Wire, the White House indicated this week that it doesn't have plans to release what is now considered classified footage.

For weeks, many have asked about the footage and if it even exists. The Department of Defense (DoD) confirmed as such in a recent admission.

A DoD spokesperson told Fox News footage of the "high altitude objects and the takedown of those objects exists," but added in a statement to the Daily Mail that it "remains classified, and I have not received any information as to the potential timeline on a change in classification."

Of course, that raises questions as to the reason behind holding back the footage from the American public in a series of events that were unprecedented, to say the least.

Did the objects belong to an adversary? Were they extraterrestrial? Were they hobby store balloon projects?

One would like to think that the Biden administration would get out in front of those questions by practicing some of that "transparency" it promised during its 2020 presidential campaign. The fact that they're not, at least at this time, makes it easy to believe it's either a downright scary situation, or utterly humiliating.

It has to be one or the other.

The Daily Wire noted:

Early last month, after U.S. jets shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina following a flyover of the United States, at least three mysterious UFOs were reported to have been blasted by missiles over Alaska, a remote part of Canada, and Lake Huron.

The news dominated the headlines until one day it didn't. One would struggle to find a story buried more quickly than that of the shooting down of unidentified objects over the United States. Why?

In February, President Biden said the objects are likely "tied to private companies, recreation, or research institutions studying weather or conducting other scientific research."

House Republicans should prioritize, if they already haven't, getting to the bottom of that story. The American public absolutely deserves to know if it's in imminent danger, or if its government wasted millions of dollars to shoot down amateur weather balloons.

" A free people [claim] their rights, as derived from the laws of nature."
Thomas Jefferson
© 2015 - 2024 Conservative Institute. All Rights Reserved.