December 24, 2023

Biden Tried To Prevent Congress From Knowing About Asian Spy Balloon

Remember the Chinese spy balloon that traversed America earlier in 2023?

If Joe Biden had his way, you wouldn't.

Biden and his team apparently knew about the spy balloon from China before the general public did, and they had made up their mind about what they were going to do about it.

They were going to prevent Congress from finding out about the balloon and raising the alarm for civilians.

Yes, it really is as shady as it sounds.

The White House is justifying those actions by saying that America's enemies are spying on us every day, and China's latest attempt shouldn't even have made headlines.

General Glen VanHerck, the head of the North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, alerted Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about the balloon and informed him that his staff had been trying to track it for more than a week.

The balloon had already crossed through American airspace at this point.

Biden and his team were apparently furious when this news hit the airwaves. ABC News reported that Biden officials were upset about "'the political outcry over the balloon' because they did not view a balloon that was designed to collect intelligence on sensitive U.S. military sites as being a serious 'threat' to U.S. national security."

The leaders in the White House thought that more damage would be done by the story going public and humiliating China than by coming forward with the truth.

That's pretty much all the proof I need to be able to tell exactly which side of things Joe Biden and his family are on.

They're more worried about not embarrassing China's leaders than they are protecting the citizens of the United States of America.

That's a BIG problem. In fact, some might say it's a problem the size of China.

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