This report would be damaging enough on its own without regarding the broader context.
Of course, reality does not occur in a vacuum, the broader context is what truly matters—there is no such thing as an ‘isolated’ incident.
WLTR reported extensively on the numerous Chinese Spy Balloons that permeated U.S. air space, and, in certain instances, were allowed to cross the entirety of the United States before being shot down off of the East Coast.
Moreover, there were several other ‘UFOs‘ intercepted or downed by the U.S. Air Force within the same time frame.
The CCP has been busy buying agricultural land near sensitive U.S. military bases, so much so, that lawmakers are now attempting to take active measures to stop this practice.
Given that this is the background and context we find ourselves mired in, these recent developments are even more disturbing. …
According to multiple sources, Chinese nationals posing as tourists have infiltrated our northernmost borders in Alaska.
These alleged Chinese spies reportedly attempted to gain access to sensitive military sites. …
Fox News and USA Today both confirmed that a car full of these Chinese nationals attempted to speed through a security checkpoint near Fort Wainwright, located in Fairbanks Alaska. …
When they were eventually forced to stop a drone was discovered in the car. …
Here is what we currently know:
So we have had a Chinese spy balloon, Russian Bear Bombers, & now Chinese spies in Alaska! THIS IS A WAKE-UP CALL THAT WE ARE IN A NEW ERA OF AUTHORITARIAN AGGRESSION LEAD BY DICTATORS IN CHINA & RUSSIA. Chinese nationals posing as tourists with drones on them? What say u Biden? pic.twitter.com/CHth19PvJM
— 😎LisaMarie😎 (@LisaSteelersGal) June 2, 2023
SPIES: Chinese nationals funded by Hunter Biden's Chinese partners posed as tourists and attempted to gain access to Alaskan military bases. In one incident, Chinese spies armed with spy drones penetrated a security checkpoint at Fort Wainwright, Alaska.https://t.co/uPhlAXg0fZ pic.twitter.com/gVLb71ow10
— @amuse (@amuse) May 31, 2023
USA Today reports:
Many of the encounters have been chalked up to innocent mistakes by foreign visitors intent on viewing the northern lights and other attractions in Alaska, officials say.
Other attempts to enter U.S. military bases, however, seem to be probes to learn about U.S. military capabilities in Alaska, according to multiple soldiers familiar with the incidents but who were not authorized to speak publicly about them.
Not all who appear to be tourists in Alaska, are, in fact tourists, one Army officer said. Instead, they are foreign spies.
Fort Wainwright in Alaska is the home to our ground based missile defense. #Chinese probing of this base is significant. One wonders if any of these Chinese spies are part of the large cohort of Chinese nationals who illegally crossed the border recently.@JoshMeyerDC reports:…
— Chuck DeVore (@ChuckDeVore) May 31, 2023
President Biden needs to speak to the people for the people and explain about the Chinese Spy Balloon and 2 described UFO's 1 other in the USA and 1 in Canada both entered the area near Alaska.
@pdoocy shouldn't President Biden explain why Chinese Nationals are up 800% at border https://t.co/8m7S9EXD6L
— scorpiofred747 (@scorpiofred747) February 12, 2023
Daily Caller explained:
It was not immediately clear how many incidents occurred, or which installations were targeted.
Alaska hosts three major military bases — Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, and Fort Wainwright and Eielson Air Force Base near Fairbanks — as well as smaller installations operating a constellation of advanced capabilities, including the Air Force’s F-35 jets and the Army’s sophisticated missiles and radars.