Earlier today, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that he ordered the takedown of an unidentified object that violated Canadian airspace. According to PM Trudeau, NORAD Command shot down the object over the Yukon, and a US F-22 fired at the unidentified object. Trudeau claimed he spoke with dementia patient Joe Biden this afternoon about the incident and said that Canadian forces will now recover and analyze the wreckage of the “object.”

Election Wizard is reporting that NORAD claims the ‘object’ shot down over Canada today was not detected until it had already penetrated U.S. airspace over Alaska late Friday night.

This evening the FAA closed the airspace over North Central Montana due to “an object that could interfere with commercial air traffic.”

The FAA has released a statement “The FAA closed some Airspace over Northern Montana to support Department of Defense Operations. Contact NORAD for additional information.”

The unidentified object is centered over Haver, MT. Surface to 34,000 ft.

OSINT defender claims, “F-15s have reportedly been Scrambled out of McChord Field near Seattle moments ago.”

Oscar Gomez summarizes: An UFO was shot down over Alaska this morning. Another UFO was shot down over Canada a few hours ago, and now F-15s and a refueling tanker were just scrambled out of Portland, and NOTAM was just issued in Montana.

From the FAA website: A NOTAM is a notice containing information essential to personnel concerned with flight operations but not known far enough in advance to be publicized by other means. It states the abnormal status of a component of the National Airspace System (NAS) – not the normal status.

UPDATE: Airspace over Montana has been reopened.

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