Biden: ‘We Don’t Know’ What UFOs Were, But They’re Not From China

Joe Biden has declared that the three objects shot down over North American airspace in recent weeks were likely just weather balloons.

After a suspected Chinese spy balloon was shot down over the east coast, three more objects appeared over US and Canadian airspace, and were taken down by fighter aircraft, over fears that they may interfere with flight paths.

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Joe Biden declared that the US government still doesn’t know “exactly what these three objects were,” but that “nothing right now suggests they were related to China’s spy balloon program, or that they were surveillance vehicles from other, any other country.”

According to Biden, the current assessment of the intelligence community “is that these three objects were most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation, or research institutions studying weather, or conducting other scientific research.”

This matches up with comments from National Security Council spokesman John Kirby, who on Tuesday declared that the unidentified objects were likely to be “commercial or benign aircraft,” rather than more spy balloons, based on their visual appearance.

Earlier this week, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg argued the opposite, suggesting that the balloon activity was “part of a pattern” of increased surveillance on NATO states by Russia and China.

After Biden had made his comments to the press, one reporter asked him if he was compromised on the topic, given his family’s business relationships with China. Biden’s son Hunter has come under the spotlight for his alleged business dealings, with the House Oversight Committee asking for records relating to his business activities.

In response, Biden told the reporter to “give me a break man,” before walking off without answering the question.

Valiant News previously reported that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was forced to clarify that there is “no indication of aliens” in the recent balloon activity, following comments from top general, Glen VanHerck.

When asked by reporters if there was any chance that aliens may have been involved, VanHerck said that he would let the “intel community figure that out,” adding that he was ruling “anything out,” despite alien involvement seeming like a rather far-off chance.

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