Skepticism abounds when Chinese state media says UFOs sighted over their country TOO

Seemingly intent to not miss out on the attention being paid to numerous mysterious flying objects, the communist Chinese regime has claimed that a UFO has been sighted over their own country and are prepared to take action to remove it from the sky.

“China is getting ready to take down an unidentified object spotted flying over waters near the port city of Rizhao in Shandong Province, Chinese state-affiliated media reported on Sunday, the day after a U.S. fighter jet shot down a mysterious object over Canada and two days after another object was downed in the skies over Alaska.

“An employee at the marine development authority of Qingdao’s Jimo district said ‘relevant authorities’ are preparing to bring down the object, the report said. The employee was not informed what the object was,” according to Bloomberg which reported the news.

It’s probably understandable that Beijing would desire to contribute to the brewing speculation that the world could be on the brink of an invasion by extraterrestrial life forms after one of their surveillance balloons caused a major political problem for President Joe Biden and his regime after it meandered across half the country last week before finally being blown out of the sky by military jets off the coast of South Carolina last Saturday.

China’s claims about it’s own UFO predictably elicited widespread skepticism from Twitter users, few of who were buying it.

Other takes on the sudden preponderance of unidentified flying objects suggest that something very sinister may be at play.

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Chris Donaldson


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