‘Radar Anomaly’ Closes Skies Over Montana After Air Force Downs UFO In Canada

A “radar anomaly” is being blamed after a U.S. Representative said the Department of Defense was tracking an “object” in Montana last night only hours after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed he authorized the U.S. Air Force to down an unidentified flying object in Canada’s air space.

Rep. Matt Rosendale, who represents the state, confirmed that the Department of Defense is “tracking the object” over Montana. He relayed that the DoD “cannot bring it down in the dark,” which allowed the object to continue flying overnight.

News of this latest object flying in Montana came only hours after Tudeau reported that an “unidentified object” was shot down by U.S. personnel in Canada.

“I ordered the take down of an unidentified object that violated Canadian airspace,” wrote Trudeau, adding that “Canadian and U.S. aircraft were scrambled, and a U.S. F-22 successfully fired at the object.”

Despite being taken down by American craft, after speaking with Biden it was determined that Canada will “now recover and analyze the wreckage,” according to Trudeau.

It has been described as an “unidentified cylindrical object” in mainstream media reports.

This object in Canada, in turn, came only one day after an object about the size of a small car was shot down in U.S. airspace over Alaska.

The origin of that craft still remains unknown, and at the time there were unconfirmed reports that it hovered in place and displayed other behavior uncharacteristic for flying craft.

The Montana craft is the latest unauthorized aircraft to enter North America, with the first being the infamous Chinese spy balloon that traversed the entire continent before being shot down off the coast of South Carolina.

While that balloon was quickly determined to be spy equipment from China – the White House maintains it was able to neutralize its ability to spy, and actually use it to establish China’s abilities – the origin of the unidentified objects since then has not been released.

Multiple Republicans are accusing the Biden administration of lack of transparency, and are urging the White House and Department of Defense to release more information.

“The FAA has closed down the air space over north central Montana for ‘national defense airspace,'” wrote Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. “The American people need to be informed what is going on.” She went on to note the existence of nuclear missile silos and other sensitive military installations in Montana.

Meanwhile, others have referenced the videos that purportedly showed a large explosion over Montana days after the Chinese spy balloon reportedly left the area.

A clip of that explosion remains available on Spreely.video:

This news and commentary by Tom Pappert originally appeared on Valiant News.

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