Compromised Biden’s Admin Tried to Hide Chinese Spy Balloon From Americans
The Biden administration was aware of the Chinese spy balloon entering United States airspace on January 28 but tried to hide its existence from the American public until being forced to go public, according to a report on Saturday.
Bloomberg News reported that the Biden administration was “well aware” that the balloon had entered U.S. airspace on Saturday, January 28, but decided to keep quiet about it so as not to ruin a planned trip by Secretary of State Antony Blinken to China.
The outlet reported:
As it turns out, US authorities were well aware of the unidentified object that had entered American airspace on Jan. 28, that had then left and re-entered over North Idaho on Tuesday. But with such a high-profile trip at stake, keeping it on the down-low was key.
However, on Thursday, a Billings, Montana, resident spotted the balloon on Wednesday, February 1, around 5:30 p.m. local time, and the next day, a local Montana paper published a report about it. Later that day, late Thursday afternoon, the Pentagon finally confirmed the existence of the balloon.
Get more information on this story HERE >>>
PureTalk – Save Big Money On Your Cell Phone Bill (Use Promo”FLS” to get 50% off your first month)
Announcing MyPillow 2.0
Brand-new temperature-regulating technology keeps you comfortable throughout the night!
Special Offer – Buy One, Get One Free with promo code FLS: https://www.mypillow.com/fls