A verified Twitter handle that goes by the name of US Civil Defense has now claimed that the Chinese spy balloon in Montana is experiencing an unexpected development. Apparently, this is a Massive Air Mobilization to Montana, as several explosions have been reported by Fox News. It’s no wonder that most people think that there must be a connection between this and the explosion and the Chinese spy balloon. Here’s a tweet about the same:
🚨Update: Something strange happening in Montana as explosions reported by Fox News! Massive Air Mobilization to Montana? It has to be related the the Chinese Spy Balloon and the explosion right! More info to follow! pic.twitter.com/PYJHC0Ohg2
— US Civil Defense (@USCivilDefense4) February 4, 2023
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The Pentagon reported on Friday night that a second Chinese surveillance balloon had been observed floating over Latin America. Although it is yet unknown precisely which country or territory the balloon is above, it does not seem to be traveling in the direction of the United States.
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According to alleged reports, however, Antony Blinken, the US secretary of state, has now delayed his trip to China due to the infiltration of this Chinese balloon.
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As per the latest alleged reports, China has publicly apologized for the craft’s presence in US airspace and claimed that it was a weather balloon that had been driven in the wrong direction. However, the US officials made it known that they did not accept the statement. Blinken claimed that he “made clear that the presence of this surveillance balloon in US airspace is a clear violation of US sovereignty and international law, that it’s an irresponsible act.” in a phone discussion with senior Chinese official Wang Yi. Later, the foreign ministry of China alleged that some US lawmakers and media outlets were using the event to “discredit” China.