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U.S. General Not Ruling Out Anything, Including Aliens, Regarding Recently Shot Down Objects

U.S. General Not Ruling Out Anything, Including Aliens, Regarding Recently Shot Down Objects

“We’re calling them objects, not balloons, for a reason.”

A U.S. general said he wouldn’t rule out anything regarding all the objects the military keeps shooting down in our airspace.

From Reuters:

Asked whether he had ruled out an extraterrestrial origin for three airborne objects shot down by U.S. warplanes in as many days, General Glen VanHerck said: “I’ll let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out. I haven’t ruled out anything.”

“At this point we continue to assess every threat or potential threat, unknown, that approaches North America with an attempt to identify it,” said VanHerck, head of U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Northern Command.

We call them balloons but have you noticed officials won’t use the word? There’s a reason:

VanHerck told reporters that the military was unable to immediately determine the means by which any of the three latest objects were kept aloft, the means of their propulsion or where they were coming from.

“We’re calling them objects, not balloons, for a reason, said VanHerck, who is head of the joint U.S.-Canadian North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the U.S. Air Force Northern Command.

Another official said, “separately after the news briefing that the military had seen no evidence suggesting that any of the objects in question were of extraterrestrial origin.”

Our military has shot down four objects.


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Video of interceptions, please!
If the interceptor did not positively identify the objects, there should have been no shoot down.
For Christ’s sake, there are thousands of civilians who track “space junk”, publishing their data, and no reason why lower altitude objects should not be similarly exposed.

Baby blimps? A coincidence. Why NOW (pun intended)? Demos-cracy is aborted in darkness.

Now let’s see these UFOs being reported by the rest of the world. I believe the world’s “civilized” population is weird enough these days to celebrate a global takeover by space aliens. Nothing else the Masters of the Universe has tried worked. All of their attempts have proven how stupid most people are.

Probably the greatest song of my youth was Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” it was relevant then in the context of the urban racial violence and general decay, the military industrial complex’s Viet Nam, and general feeling that everything was falling apart. Yet the “silence” that was like a cancer growing has continued to grow. The original song was released as a backdrop theme to “The Graduate” and conformed to the general folk music requirement of quiet protest. But in today’s cacaphony of everyone with a “platform” screaming hateful nonsense from which there is no escape, this the way that song would be sung:

Speaks volumes to the genius of Paul Simon that such a sophisticated song so relevant in its own time can still be with us today even more relevant than ever as it continues to rub our noses in our own shit. Today, we should be screaming furiously at the enemy among us instead of joining forces with it.

….for a reason….and that reason is our Chinese overlords haven’t given us the all clear to talk.

Suburban Farm Guy | February 13, 2023 at 7:57 am

Biden Inc is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Chinese Communist Party and they serve their masters, NOT America.

10% for the Big Guy over the decades adds up — to treason.

The Gentle Grizzly | February 13, 2023 at 8:04 am

“Good evening. The Mercury Theater of the Air presents…

And why are all these balloons white?

And, of course, since the Lyin’ Biden admin is “giving quiet assurances” that they are not alien spacecraft, we now all have to at least entertain the possibility they might be. smh

Someone need to ask, are there any photographs. If there are, where are the photographs? If there aren’t, why aren’t there any?

There’s a saying that covers this:

“It’s never aliens.”

We could all feel better if we could believe anything from our intelligence bureaucrats. Hillary and Obama fixed that for us.

Yes yes yes all known physics about travelling faster than the speed of light is wrong now that the Church Committee is in session, we must focus on a few hundred dollars worth of canvas cloth that magically got here from another solar system……..

Government backed hysteria in the 21st century has been horrible for America. Make them prove every physicist is wrong about the going faster than the speed of light or ignore them.

Balloons could be the next logical step in gaslighting … I’m amused at the thought of Dems having to shoot down the manifestations of their own bull$h!t …

So if there is truth to power – is their bull$h!t to power?

Oh Jesus

I don’t think aliens would be caught, clearly they would be so far advanced then us

    What better way to defeat what we believe to be the ultimate technology to enslave the world than to defeat it with low tech. Our “masters” are so smug and arrogant, they can be defeated by telling them everything they want to hear as they wallow in their sense of greatness and infallibility only to suddenly find themselves toppled by the idiot cutting the grass who knows where the “off” switch is.

The reason the Commander of NORAD will not rule out extraterrestrials is to give the sycophant media something else to look into. Look, squirrel!

Morning Sunshine | February 13, 2023 at 10:34 am

it is DISTRACTION. Full Stop.

ignore the noise they want you to focus on and instead focus on your circle of influence.

Don’t worry . . . they know. The information is safely stored in the same location as Hillary’s 30,000 missing emails.

If they were advanced aliens who were able to come here from another galaxy, they would have been advanced enough to shoot down our aircraft first. Duh.

    NotCoach in reply to Paula. | February 13, 2023 at 12:51 pm

    Why another galaxy? There are 300 billion stars in our own galaxy. IF we ever experience extraterrestrial life it will be within the Milky Way. While travel between the stars within the Milky Way seems insurmountable, travel between galaxies is pure fiction to the millionth power.

      Paula in reply to NotCoach. | February 13, 2023 at 1:46 pm

      “ between the stars within the Milky Way seems insurmountable…”

      Okay, so there are probably no guardians of the galaxy.

      scooterjay in reply to NotCoach. | February 13, 2023 at 3:27 pm

      I was once a believer of interstellar space travel until I realized that space is just too damn big and the laws of physics rule out that travel.
      We are not alone but we are untouchable in this realm.

It is entirely possible to build a lighweight solar powered drone/glider that can stay aloft more-or-less indefinitely and carry surveillance and RF analysis equipment. That would explain the octagonal shape and size reported of the most recent object.

People really need to lose the Erich von Daniken bollocks. Star Trek was a children’s show.

Sounds like a hell of a distraction tactic to me. Not that I would ever trust the government, never again.

I sense the approach of a Whopper, and not the tasty burger kind.

“We’re calling them objects, not balloons, for a reason.”
Because providing the public with any information at all — unes you are forced to, or it provides you some political advantage — is like stabbing hemorrhoid pain to a commie government.
Still waiting for someone to disclose even what the airspeeds of these objects were… but I’m not holding my breath.

LED strip lights from Amazon, a bunch of helium balloons from Party City and long strands of tinsel.
Have fun watching Joe Bedpan freak out!

Earlier in another thread, I complained about a US fighter being tasked to respond when “Trudeau ordered” the bogey destroyed.

I am informed this morning that one good reason this is happening is that Canada no longer has a working air warfare response. They gave it all away to Ukraine… both aircraft and gunnery. What they have left are nothing but semi-functional antiques.