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White House Denies Alien Takedown by Fighter Jets

February 14, 2023 | By Kali Girl

Over the weekend, reports surfaced about unidentified flying objects being shot down from the sky, according to TMZ. Though the White House has attempted to quell speculation that these objects were of extraterrestrial origin, many questions still linger.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre briefly addressed the matter with reporters on Monday before ceding the floor to other Biden administration officials for further discussion. While Jean-Pierre made it crystal clear that the objects were not of alien descent, the exact details of what occurred over the weekend remain largely unknown.

During the press conference, Jean-Pierre stated, “There is no indication of aliens or extra-terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns. Again, there is no indication of aliens or terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns.”

Nevertheless, no clarification was provided regarding the identity of the airborne objects. John Kirby, a member of Biden’s National Security Council, stated that a complete and thorough assessment of the unidentified objects has yet to be carried out, and that research is ongoing to establish their exact nature and origin.

According to CNN, over the weekend, the US military reportedly shot down three unidentified flying objects in the North American airspace, with one being taken down over Alaska, northern Canada, and over the Great Lakes region. The White House, there was not a threat to civilians on the ground. This development follows the recent incident where a Chinese surveillance balloon was taken down in the US.

In response, the President has sanctioned an inter-agency task force, comprising of the Defense Department, State Department, and Office of National Intelligence, to conduct a more comprehensive investigation.

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