Another SPY BALLOON Spotted – Here’s What We Know!

( – Another large section of the infamous Chinese spy balloon was recovered from the Atlantic Ocean last Friday after being shot down a couple of weeks ago on Feb. 4th.

Retrieved by the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, the section of the surveillance balloon measures about 30 feet and was recovered with a crane ship. Electronics and sensors were also removed from it in order to be analyzed to figure out what the true function of the balloon was.

Since the Chinese balloon incident, three more objects (deemed UFOs because of the uncertainty of their purpose) were shot down by the U.S. military over U.S. airspace. Although there’s no indication these objects were engaged in any hostile actions, officials have stated that they haven’t ruled out the possibility that the objects originated from hostile countries.

A U.S. defense official also told Fox News Digital that there are similarities between the other three objects recently shot down last weekend, yet no conclusions have been drawn. The official said “there are certain similarities in terms of characteristics or size” but also made it clear the objects were “all unique and different.”

All of this activity in the skies has Americans buzzing with curiosity, with speculation running amok about what, exactly, is going on up there. Some are blaming all of it on China, some on Russia, while others are wondering if the aliens have actually started to invade.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre even addressed these concerns about aliens in a recent press conference. She assured the nation that the objects downed were not of extraterrestrial origin, an announcement that received some laughs from the crowd and from Jean-Pierre herself who chucked after telling journalists there was “no indication of aliens or extraterrestrial activity with these recent takedowns.”

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