Remember how the Biden administration refused to be transparent about events really occurring in the American skies?
In particular the origins of the downed “foreign objects.”
In fact, the Biden administration has been so reticent to discuss anything at all that rumors have swirled that aliens had breached American airspace.
Rumors that the White House enabled to persist, until the press secretary finally set the press straight.
However, a recent announcement from NORAD provides a tad more insight into exactly who was behind the “foreign objects,” and it’s safe to say that such aliens weren’t, to use a word from Kamala, the “root cause” of breaching American airspace.
Nations at war, however, just might be, especially given NORAD’s disingenuous statement.
“Russian aircraft remained in international airspace and did not enter American or Canadian sovereign airspace. This Russian activity in the North American ADIZ occurs regularly and is not seen as a threat, nor is the activity seen as provocative.”
Well, that escalated quickly.
From aliens to Russians … and something suggests Russians pricking American airspace, sovereign or not, is more embarrassing to the Biden administration than aliens.
As far as four different Russian fighter jets flying over Alaska are concerned, exactly what is “routine” about that, especially these days?
Of course, the Biden administration has yet to offer a substantive explanation for anything, least of all Russia.
What makes the Biden administration’s reticence even worse is the amount of time that has passed since the incident and since a formal explanation.
Perhaps never in American history has a president avoided the general public to the degree Biden does.
No surprise that Senator Tom Cotton completely castigated the absence of transparency from the Biden administration regarding the foreign flying objects over the nation, indicating that the “classified briefing” was little more than a massive waste of time.
“So, as usual, we had another classified briefing in which we learned nothing that I didn’t already know. As a member of the Intelligence Committee and Armed Service Committee over that matter, that one couldn’t learn from reading your newspapers and watching your news channels,” Cotton remarked in annoyance.
It is quite humorous how Cotton refers to “your newspapers” and “your news channels,” all but indicating the global elites’ brazen ownership of the entire news media.
Senator Marco Rubio, who serves as ranking member on the Senate Intelligence Committee, was equally irritated with the White House’s continued absence of transparency.
“99% of what was discussed in that room today can be made public without compromising security in this country,” Rubio remarked in disgust, adding that his “timeline is immediate” with regards to when the public should receive greater insight into the outcome of the hearings.
“We have to know what we’re talking about. But I do think that when you shoot things down over the airspace of this country for the first time, in the 65-year history of NORAD … you owe the American people more than some hurriedly called press conference in the middle of the Super Bowl,” Rubio continued.
Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal openly declared that the American people “deserve to know more.”
“The American people need and deserve to know more. There is a lot of information presented to us this morning that could be told to the American people without any harm to sources or methods or national security, and the American people need to know more so they’ll have more confidence in our national security,” Blumenthal declared.
Unlikely, as most Americans are well aware of the fact that Hunter Biden’s laptop and its dark contents are, in fact, real.
Senator Chuck Schumer, on the other hand, represents the more militant left, tending to side with Biden no matter what.
“The bottom line is the … I think the Biden administration is being very careful and very thoughtful. A lot of this information, people say make it public, but a lot of it is classified or on the edge of classified. And it’s difficult. I think some of our Republican colleagues are being at the very minimum, premature or and often just very political. There’s a lot of information to assess. There’s a lot of information to recover. And the administration is on top of this and done a very, very good job,” Schumer brayed.
Sure they are.
The question is … who are they doing “a very, very good job” for?
Certainly not Americans …
Author: Jane Jones