BREAKING: High altitude ‘object’ wasn’t ‘off’ Alaska coast but OVER it, in U.S. airspace BEFORE it was detected

Fox News reported on Saturday that, contrary to most initial reports, the high-altitude object shot down over Alaska was in fact in U.S. airspace when it was shot down — and before it was detected.

You’ve seen reporting that it was shot down over U.S. territorial waters, but that is an irrelevant fact. What is pertinent here is that, PRIOR TO OUR DETECTING IT, the object was ALREADY in our airspace.

That’s called a “breach” ladies and gentlemen.

From Fox News:

A senior U.S. official has confirmed to Fox News that the “object” shot down over Alaska on Friday entered U.S. airspace before it was detected.

The official told Fox News the object was detected by the U.S. military while it was “over Alaska not far from the northern coast” on Thursday night.

It’s a breach of security, as was the last balloon. And by the way you might even say it’s bad border security!

But the fact that we didn’t even spot this thing until was already over us? That’s huge. If it had been a weapon …

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