NOT ALIENS: White House Claims ‘UFOs’ Actually ‘Commercial Or Benign’

The White House on Tuesday claimed that the U.S. intelligence community believes that the three “unidentified objects” recently shot down by the military are not space aliens, but rather most likely “commercial or benign” aircraft.

National Security Council spokesman John Kirby told reporters today that the intelligence agencies’ beliefs are based on visual imagery of the flying objects.

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, alongside Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin during a press conference added that the U.S. has not recovered any debris from the downed objects and subsequently conceded that the first missile fired at the object flying over Lake Huron missed it’s target.

“The first balloon, the Chinese spy balloon that went down over the Atlantic, on the South Carolina coast, that shot hit,” Milley said. “Second one, over Alaska, on the north coast of Alaska, that one hit. The third one that landed in the Yukon, that one hit. On the fourth one over Lake Huron, first shot missed, second shot hit.”

The general suggested that the failed missile landed “harmlessly” in Lake Huron, NBC News reported.

“Two, three and four are not yet recovered. They are in very difficult terrain,” Milley said. “The second one off the coast of Alaska, that’s in some really, really difficult terrain in the Arctic Circle, with very, very low temperatures in the minus 40s. The second one is in the Canadian Rockies and the Yukon. Very difficult to get that one and the third one is in Lake Huron, probably a couple 100 feet depth, so we’ll get them eventually, but it’s going to take some time to recover those.”

Valiant News previously reported that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was forced to clarify that there is “no indication of aliens” in the recent balloon activity, after a top general refused to rule them out.

The Press Secretary’s remarks came after General Glen VanHerck, the USAF General responsible for American airspace, was asked by reporters if they had “ruled out” aliens or extraterrestrials being responsible for the recent balloon activity.

“I’ll let the intel community and the counter-intelligence community figure that out,” VanHerck said. “I haven’t ruled out anything. At this point, we continue to assess every threat or potential threat, unknown, that approaches North America with an attempt to identify it.”

Following her comments, John Kirby, the Coordinator for Strategic Communications with the National Security Council was asked about the discrepancy between Jean-Pierre’s and VanHerck’s comments. “I don’t think the American people need to worry about aliens, with respect to these craft. Period,” he said. “I don’t think there’s any more that needs to be said there.”

As national concerns over the potential existence of space aliens dies down in light of the White House’s most recent remarks, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) said the “real alien invasion” is the six million illegal southern border crossings that have occurred over the last two years under the leadership of Joe Biden.

“The real alien invasion is the one that the media doesn’t want you talking about,” Gosar tweeted on Monday. “Over six million illegal aliens have crossed our southern border in just two years.”

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