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ANOTHER Balloon is Flying Over Colorado, Days After Cellular Data, Pharmacies Crash

Just days after AT&T and other cellular providers went offline…

Just days after pharmacy systems nationwide crashed…

And the same week that 911 systems were also affected…

We find out that ANOTHER “mystery” balloon is floating over the United States.

In fact, it’s apparently been here for 2 days, which is when the data outages began happening.

The government apparently has no idea where it came from.

All we know is that it’s currently over Colorado and that the Pentagon is just now scrambling to track it.

Here’s the thing:

How many militaries use balloons to spy on other countries?

It’s probably likely that whoever sent this balloon sent the other ones!

Why does that matter?

Because it shows the world isn’t scared of Joe Biden.

They know he’s not going to do anything, so they send their spy balloons to gather data, learning our weaknesses so they can exploit them in the future.

That raises the question:

Where’s Joe?!

The Daily Mail confirms:

The U.S. military is tracking yet another balloon over the western United States, a year after a Chinese spy balloon provoked a diplomatic crisis.

The military dispatched aircraft to investigate the situation, CBS news reported, adding that it has not been determined to be a threat.

Like the spy balloon that entered U.S. airspace and slowly made its way across the U.S., the current balloon was spotted in Colorado.

It doesn’t matter what the balloon’s purpose is.

It shouldn’t be there.


Yet, the world has no respect for the United States under Joe Biden’s leadership.

If they did, they wouldn’t be invading sovereign airspace.

We’re now being told that this balloon doesn’t “pose a threat.”


It might not be an immediate threat.

But a “spy” balloon is definitely not safe.

CBS has more details on the military’s reasoning:

The U.S. is tracking a small, high-altitude balloon that is drifting across the country but poses no threat to national security, U.S. officials and the military said Friday.

CBS News first reported that the military was tracking the balloon as it traversed the Western U.S. earlier in the day. NORAD, the military command responsible for air defense over the U.S. and Canada, later confirmed it had detected the object and said it was floating between 43,000 and 45,000 feet. Its presence prompted enough concern that the command sent aircraft to investigate.

“The balloon was intercepted by NORAD fighters over Utah, who determined it was not maneuverable and did not present a threat to national security. NORAD will continue to track and monitor the balloon,” NORAD said in a statement. “The FAA also determined the balloon posed no hazard to flight safety.”

One U.S. official told CBS News the balloon was expected to be over Georgia by Friday night. The official said the balloon appeared to be made of Mylar and had a small cube-shaped box, about two feet long on each side, hanging below it. Its origins and purpose remain unknown.

The developments come one year after tensions between the U.S. and China ratcheted to new heights after a Chinese balloon carrying sophisticated spying equipment flew over the continental U.S. for several days.

Are you comforted by the claim that this balloon poses “no threat” to national security?

Or do you think this is the Biden regime trying to cover its tracks?

Regardless, a spy balloon should not be over our airspace.

We all know that with President Trump, this would not be happening.

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