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White House: ‘No Indication of Aliens,’ Spy Balloon ‘Part of Larger Intelligence Gathering Program’

White House: ‘No Indication of Aliens,’ Spy Balloon ‘Part of Larger Intelligence Gathering Program’

“Again, there is no indication of aliens or terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns.”

National Security Council spokesman John Kirby and Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to provide more details about the balloon and UFOs the military has shot down these past eight days.

Unfortunately, KJP said they have “no indication” the UFOs came to us from aliens:

JEAN-PIERRE: “I know there have been questions and — and concerns about this, but there is no, again, no indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity with these recent takedowns. Again, there is no indication of aliens or terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns.”


Kirby told the media that the spy balloon shot down last week belonged to China’s “high-altitude balloon program for intelligence gathering.” He seems to confirm The Washington Post report about the program that targets many countries.

So why has no one confirmed or seen these balloons until now? Kirby suggested new radar:

The White House said Monday that recent “enhanced radar capabilities” may partially explain why more objects have been detected in the US airspace.

John Kirby, National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications, explained during a White House press briefing that since the Chinese balloon program’s “recent incursion into our airspace the United States and Canada — through (North American Aerospace Command) NORAD — have been more closely scrutinizing that airspace, including enhancing our radar capabilities.”

Kirby said the military shot down the three objects since the first because they wanted “to air on the side of safety” since they couldn’t rule out the possibility of them spying on the country:

KIRBY: “… any of these three objects were surveilling, we couldn’t rule that out. And so there — you know, you want to air on the side of safety here in terms of protecting our national security interests and the fact that these objects could have and — and likely did at some point in their path, transit over, you know, potential military sites of ours, our sensitive sites.”

Kirby denied China’s accusation that the U.S. has balloons flying over China:

KIRBY: “There is no U.S. surveillance aircraft over Chinese — in Chinese airspace.”
REPORTER: “Even Chinese claimed airspace?”
KIRBY: “There is no U.S. surveillance aircraft in Chinese airspace.”


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Gee, Townhall. Err on the side of safety, not air.

I sincerely hope the US publishes all information collected from the shot-down widgets down to and including the chip manufacturers and fabric.

We’ve been twisting our spy balloons into dragons for use over China.

Maybe if the woke regime was dealing with real issues, not the existential detritus this wouldn’t be happening.

The Chinese don’t have to go to the trouble of inventing one of these intel balloons!! They know Traitor joe will give them anything they want. FOR A PRICE of course, but he’s been there so much he’s like a revolving door.

These goons OWN their own private creep with joe. He’d do ANYTHING for money and it’s no secret and there are plenty more high in our (commie) government.

What’s the big WHOOP?

The way Washington has been handling facts and the truth in the last few years, saying there is “no indication of aliens” may well be the best evidence yet that it’s aliens!

Paging Giorgio Tsoukalos….

The day aliens can be shot down by our inferior aircraft is the day the galaxy stands still

    Paula in reply to gonzotx. | February 13, 2023 at 3:56 pm

    Professor : One thing, Mr. Klaatu: suppose they should reject your proposals. What is the alternative?
    Klaatu : I’m afraid there is no alternative. In such a case, planet Earth would have to be… eliminated
    Professor : Such power exists?
    Klaatu : I assure you, such power exists.

    gonzotx in reply to gonzotx. | February 13, 2023 at 5:53 pm

    Really? A down vote on aliens who fly across the universe can be shot down by inferior human planes?

    Dang, one would surmise I was just not liked very much!

      Gonzo, I don’t think you are disliked or down voted on sight (as some others here unfairly are), but even if this is the latter case, it’s two votes. So what? You know that votes are only visible for a week or two, right?

      As someone who advocates for Trump and excuses his “mean tweets” effect, you should be happy to be downvoted and happy to embrace anyone who is “mean tweeting.” After all, if Trump is so glorious we should all declare ourselves “unworthy,” why would you not overlook his brazenness in others?

      Oh, right, it’s always a one-way street. Trump can be horrifically rudely out of line, and that’s okay to you, just a “mean tweet,” but anyone else clicking an icon on a comment page is committing an egregious affront that keeps you up at night (or at the very least whining that no one likes you).

      Doesn’t this cognitive dissonance disturb you at all? Embrace the mean and love it in everyone, or you’re just a hypocrite, right?

    tbonesays in reply to gonzotx. | February 14, 2023 at 8:14 pm

    The best reason that there are no aliens is that the Ds are not trying to get them to vote by mail.

Aliens used to fly shiny and sleek riveted-aluminium shaped cigars. Now all we get is crappy faster-than-light balloons. Such a letdown.

There are aliens living in the White House; one at the top of the food chain and the other pushing his propaganda from the press room.

It’s looking like they have not recovered much of the Chinese Spy Balloon brought down off coast at Myrtle Beach and probably because they blew it up bringing it down

Waiting for Kamala Harris to chime in and offer more jibberish.

There definitely is evidence of terrestrial activity.

It doesn’t appear anybody’s taken note of the likelihood that everything after the Chinese balloon was just clay pigeons being shot down to make Joe look good – well, better.