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Feb 07 2023

ChiCom Balloon Was Likely Not There to Spy

Why did the ChiComs have to spy on us using a balloon, when satellites are so much harder to shoot down? This might offer a clue:

Chinese state-owned television aired footage of a high-altitude balloon dropping hypersonic weapons in 2018.

The stunning footage displays a high-altitude balloon, not dissimilar from the one that traversed over the United States last week, carrying three hypersonic glide vehicles (HGVs) into high altitude and dropping them for testing. …

The balloon-dropped HGVs were part of an effort to develop precision warheads for hypersonic weapons, which would give the Chinese military an “unstoppable nuclear-capable weapon,” according to the South China Morning Post.

The balloon was likely not there to spy. This was a dry run, testing our preparedness and ability to respond. With the sick joke Biden as Commander and Chief, it is unsurprising that we flunked the test.

Here’s the next thing from China we might look up to see in our skies:

Maybe the next balloon won’t drop hypersonic missiles. Maybe it will carry an electromagnetic pulse device that will knock out our power and communications nationwide.

That would be game over. Xi Jinping knows that Democrats would probably respond with unconditional surrender.

Look at the bright side. At least transsexualizing children will stop under Chinese rule.

On a tip from Chuck A.


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