Joe Biden calls off search for UFOs shot down over Alaska and Lake Huron, leaving Americans in the dark

 February 19, 2023

A joint statement issued by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the U.S. Northern Command has confirmed that the search for the UFOs shot down over Alaska and Lake Huron is over.

It now appears that Americans will be left in the dark and get no answers on what exactly was shot down. This isn't surprising considering the Biden administration is more interested in hiding the truth than being transparent.

The statement from NORAD read, "U.S. Northern Command recommended that search operations conclude today near Deadhorse, Alaska, and on Lake Huron, as search activities have discovered no debris from airborne objects shot down on Feb. 10 and Feb. 12, 2023. The U.S. military, federal agencies, and Canadian partners conducted systematic searches of each area using a variety of capabilities, including airborne imagery and sensors, surface sensors and inspections, and subsurface scans, and did not locate debris."

The inability to recover any debris from the objects raises some serious questions about what exactly happened.

There is growing suspicion that the object shot down over Alaska may have been a hobbyist's balloon. Even if that report is confirmed, it doesn't explain what was shot down over Lake Huron.

At this point, it wouldn't be far-fetched to say that more Chinese spy balloons were shot down. But it seems President Biden and his administration have lost interest in the situation and Americans will likely never know the truth.