White House says ‘thousands’ of objects in skies could be used car lot balloons — not aliens
There are hundreds, “if not thousands,” of unknown objects soaring in the skies — but they’re likely just used car balloons or other benign crafts and not aliens visiting Earth, White House officials said Monday.
“There are no UFOs. This is not an invasion of the aliens,” White House Homeland Security Adviser Liz Sherwood-Randall said in a virtual briefing with governors after the US military shot down three flying objects last weekend, according to Fox News.
“I mean, it’s funny, but it’s not funny because people are communicating this on platforms that are widely viewed,” Sherwood-Randall said.
On the call to governors Monday (last week), Sherwood-Randall said there are “hundreds, if not thousands” of objects in the sky.
Most are believed to be mundane and could be things like “used car lot balloons” to aircraft launched by commercial businesses, she added.
“It’s true that there are things that are being identified that don’t resemble anything else, that largely don’t present a threat, and we have to figure out what to do about them,” the White House advisor told governors. “And it turns out, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of them.” – READ MORE