On Friday the U.S. shot a second unknown airborne object near Deadhorse and a third blasted out of the sky on Saturday over Yukon, Canada.
Saturday, Justin Trudeau posted he ordered NORAD to “take down” the unknow object which was ultimately shot down by a U.S. F-22 fighter jet.
“I ordered the take down of an unidentified object that violated Canadian airspace. @NORADCommand shot down the object over the Yukon. Canadian and U.S. aircraft were scrambled, and a U.S. F-22 successfully fired at the object.”
“I spoke with President Biden this afternoon. Canadian Forces will now recover and analyze the wreckage of the object. Thank you to NORAD for keeping the watch over North America.”
“Military aircraft are currently operating from Alaska and Canada in support of North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) activities. NORAD confirms that we have positively identified a high-altitude airborne object over Northern Canada,” Norad and the U.S. military’s Northern Command said in a statement.
“While we cannot discuss specifics related to these activities at this time, please note that NORAD conducts sustained, dispersed operations in the defence of North America through one or all three NORAD regions. NORAD is a United States and Canada bi-national organization charged with the missions of aerospace warning, aerospace control and maritime warning for North America.”
If the analysis of the object reveals it to be another surveillance balloon from China it would mean the Communist Party of China is deliberately invading Canada and U.S., threatening each nations sovereignty.
But why is Canada relying on the U.S. airforce to protect its airspace.
“So it’s just confirmed that this “object” over Canadian airspace was taken out by a U.S. F-22 jet.
We do not have the capacity to defend ourselves and our sovereignty.
Hard questions need to be asked about the state of the Canadian armed forces.”
is a very concerning trend that citizens in Canada and the U.S. need to be aware of and know what their governments are doing to protect their countries sovereignty
There has been a series of surveillance and other unknown reason balloons with payloads invading Canada and U.S. air space and very little information being given to citizens about the incidents.
The first surveillance balloon floated over the heads of millions of Canadians and Americans as it move unimpeded over Alaska and several provinces in Canada before crossing the border in to Montana. into the U.S.
Its flight path brought it directly over highly sensitive U.S. military sites before it eventually got shot down on February 4, 2023 just off the coast of South Carolina which was flying at an altitude of 58,000 feet.
Earlier today another airborne object was shot down over Lake Huron but it is unknow which side of the border it was actually shot down.
Aerospace and air travel safety is on everyone’s radar as they are on high alert. Air space was closed down in Michigan and Montana when an unknown object was spotted on radar, a fighter plane was dispatch but couldn’t find anything last night.
U.S. officials believe the two most recent objects were also balloons, according to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who spoke to U.S. broadcaster ABC.
“They believe they were (balloons), yes, but much smaller than the first one,” Schumer said. In a statement that echoed Schumer’s description of the newly downed objects as being “much smaller,” the White House stated they “did not closely resemble” the Chinese balloon.
“We will not definitively characterize them until we can recover the debris, which we are working on,” a spokesperson said.
The three newest objects currently have unknown purposes and unknown origins.
Canada is currently trying to recover debris Yukon so the object can be studied, U.S. counterparts also have recovery teams out to get the parts from the one at Lake Huron and South Carolina.
China denies the first balloon was a surveillance balloon contesting it was a civilian weather balloon.