‘Is there bioweapons in that balloon?’ GOP Rep. Comer wants answers

Lots of question asking and speculation going on in the face of Joe Biden and a Chinese balloon. Harris Faulkner and Rep. Comer talk about the China spy balloon that was spotted over Montana. House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer to Fox News: “My concern is that the federal government doesn’t know what’s in that balloon. Is there bioweapons in that balloon? Did that balloon take off from Wuhan?” None of those questions are proven facts yet, but Comer is asking questions that he is concerned with.

Harris Faulkner has a field day with it and wonders if people were not being briefed about it. Did the American government know about this way before the American people did? You have to wonder if the American government knew about this way before someone spotted it and reported it. I think they did because America seems to have a pretty good grasp of what’s in their airspace., but that’s just my opinion.

A giant suspected spy balloon allegedly linked to China was spotted over Montana and several Republicans called for it to be shot down. However, the idea of it being shot down was shot down because of safety concerns for the people who could be under it. Biden didn’t want to use any military options for that reason, but people are wondering if the balloon can be dragged to a spot where no civilians are under it and then shot down.

Officials are tracking the Chinese spy balloon as it travels across the United States and also sending messages to Beijing about it, because obviously Americans are quite concerned about this Chinese spy balloon that is violating American airspace. It doesn’t pose any risk to the people below unless we blow it up though – and of course, there’s the possibility that it is spying on people, places, or things.

The Hill reported:

The Chinese government has confirmed that they own a balloon that has been traveling over the western part of the country. 

U.S. officials have said they believe the balloon is conducting surveillance, while the Chinese Foreign Ministry said it is a civilian airship meant primarily for meteorological research that was blown off course by wind. 

China claimed the spy balloon was taken by wind they cannot substantiate. Do you believe them?

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