False positives, or UFOs, don’t exist. The extraterrestrial invasion theory does not apply here. During the thirty-minute conversation, the White House’s Homeland Security Advisor, Liz Sherwood-Randall, briefed the governors. Others are talking about it on platforms that many people may see, and this is causing needless panic.
Over the course of the weekend, three unidentified flying objects were destroyed by military fire across North America. Over the course of the weekend, three were shot down: one over Lake Huron on Sunday, another over the Yukon in Canada on Saturday, and the third over northeastern Alaska on Friday.
Gen. Glen Van-Herck, chief of NORAD and the U.S. Northern Command, said:”after the third item was shot down on Sunday that he hasn’t “ruled out anything,” which may refer to aliens.”
Others in the White House, though, have downplayed the idea of contact with aliens. A spokesperson for the National Security Council. John Kirby said, On Monday that he does not believe the American people need to worry about aliens with reference to this craft.
The government doesn’t know what the objects are, and there are probably more of them than was previously assumed, even if they aren’t proof of life in other worlds.
“We are dealing with a number of things that are hard to articulate”: Sherwood-Randall told governors on Monday.”
Even though the objects we’re discovering don’t fit the mold and aren’t very dangerous, we still need a plan of action for dealing with them. It has been determined that there are likely thousands of them.
Most of the items are probably innocuous, Sherwood-Randall added. Business planes can be found with used car lot balloons in this category.
This Monday, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan announced that multiple government organizations would be collaborating to investigate the flying objects.
The three objects that were shot down over North America are currently being recovered by a number of different teams. On Sunday, we witnessed the most recent one being successfully shot down. It was strung together and formed a “octagon.” It was potentially endangering commercial airliners because it was flying at an altitude of 20,000 feet.
Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand described the object that was shot down over the Yukon as being cylindrical.
On Tuesday, a senior U.S. defence official said on Fox News, “The weekend’s sightings have some physical characteristics, such as size or shape, but they are otherwise quite distinct from one another. Anything from “sky garbage” to “weather experiments” could be among the objects in the sky “official statement
On February 4, a Chinese surveillance balloon measuring 200 feet in height was shot down off the coast of South Carolina. The other three objects were significantly smaller.
This Monday, American forces recovered a 30-foot section of the balloon’s cargo from the ocean floor.