On Sunday, the Pentagon gave an update on what is now the 4th object shot down in under two weeks,
“The U.S. military shot down an unidentified object over Lake Huron Sunday, a congressional source briefed on the matter, and two U.S. officials told NBC News — the fourth in less than two weeks to be downed over North American airspace.”
The outlet also reported, “The officials all said there are no indications of any collateral damage and that the object went down in the lake, and officials expect to recover it.”
Three of the four objects shot down were over U.S. airspace. The latest object, which was shot down on Sunday over Lake Huron, was at an altitude of 20,000 feet high and shaped like an octagon. Officials were concerned that the object was a hazard to commercial aircraft.
Reportedly, Biden was briefed about the object flying over Lake Huron and ordered it to be shot down. “F-16s from the Air National Guard shot down the “Object” with Air-to-Air missiles. The “UFO” was the shape of an Octagon.”
#BREAKING #Pentagon vs #Octagon
President #Biden was briefed and had reportedly ordered the “#UFO” over #Lake #Huron to be shot down which is when F-16s from the Air National Guard downed the “Object” with #AIM9 Air-to-Air #Missiles.
The “UFO” was the Shape of an Octagon.#NORAD pic.twitter.com/oZPXesEUTB
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— Mälbec (@OfficialMalbec) February 12, 2023
Airforce General Glen VanHerck was asked for his assessment and questioned about the possibility of an alien threat. He replied,
“I haven’t ruled out anything at this point. We continue to assess every threat,” VanHerck said during Sunday’s briefing.
The General commands NORAD and US Northern Command.
General Glen VanHerck is asked whether the Pentagon has ruled out aliens regarding the objects that have been shot down:
"I haven't ruled out anything at this point." pic.twitter.com/E0DbFcitBG
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) February 13, 2023
China has now also experienced the same phenomenon. They announced that an unidentified object was seen in their airspace Sunday morning and that they also planned to shoot it down. The state-controlled media Global Times tweeted,
“Local maritime authorities in East China’s Shandong Province announced on Sunday that they had spotted an unidentified flying object in waters near the coastal city of Rizhao in the province and were preparing to shoot it down, reminding fishermen to be safe via messages.”
The city of Rizhao is a port city located on the Yellow Sea, about halfway between Beijing to the northwest and Shanghai to the southeast. Directly to the east is South Korea.
When asked why there have been so many strange occurrences since the Chinese balloon floated through America’s airspace in early February, traveling from Montana to South Carolina before being shot down, an unnamed U.S. official speculated saying,
“The incursions in the past week have changed how analysts receive and interpret information from radars and sensors, partly addressing a key question of why so many objects have recently surfaced; we basically opened the filters.”
“That change does not yet fully answer what is going on, the official cautioned, and whether stepping back to look at more data is yielding more hits — or if these latest incursions are part of a more deliberate action by an unknown country or adversary.”
The timeline of events so far is causing widespread speculation on whether the events are serious or a distraction.
One Twitter user posted the sequence of events,
“Feb 2: Chinese Balloon Spotted
Feb 4: Chinese Balloon shot down
Feb 10: UFO seen over Alaska
Feb 11: UFO shot over Canada
Feb 12: UFO appears over China
Feb 12: UFO shot over Lake Huron
Is this the beginning of something bigger?”
Timeline of #UFO Events:
1. Feb 2: Chinese Balloon spotted
2. Feb 4: Chinese Balloon shot down
3. Feb 10: UFO seen over Alaska
4. Feb 11: UFOs shot over Canada
5. Feb 12: UFO appears over China
6. Feb 12: UFO shot over Lake Huron
Is this the beginning of something bigger?
— Sabil Alom (@sabilalom) February 13, 2023