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REPORT: Biden Knew of Spy Balloon BEFORE IT LEFT CHINA

What a ridiculous failures of the administration.

As Americans continue to wonder just why the Biden administration waited as long as it had to engage with a purported Chinese spy balloon, a troubling new revelation has come to light.

The device, some of which has been recovered after being shot down off the coast of South Carolina, was first made known to the public as it passed over the northern state of Montana, some 2,000-plus miles previous.  The President’s decision to allow this espionage to continue for nearly the entire width of our nation has been roundly rebuked by both citizens and lawmakers alike.

But now, a stunning new revelation regarding the timeline of US knowledge of the incursion is raising eyebrows.

Biden administration intelligence officials observed the suspected Chinese spy balloon that was shot down off the coast of South Carolina ever since it took off, according to multiple reports.

U.S. monitors watched as the aircraft took off from Hainan Island near China’s south coast in late January nearly a week before it entered U.S. airspace, The New York Times reported, earlier than previously known. Follow-up reports by The Washington Post and CBS News indicate U.S. intelligence tracked the balloon moving east toward Guam, but it suddenly veered north toward Alaska’s Aleutian Islands.

The balloon was a rather complex piece of hardware.

A senior State Department official said the Chinese balloon, which flew past U.S. military sites, was equipped with “multiple antennas” capable of collecting signals intelligence, according to NBC News.

In the salvage operation that followed, U.S. Northern Command said crews recovered “significant debris” from the site where the Chinese balloon fell, “including all of the priority sensor and electronics pieces identified as well as large sections of the structure.”

Drawing further attention to the Biden administration’s lackluster response is the silence coming from the White House on the subject of at least three other unknown aerial devices shot down in subsequent days in various other parts of the country.

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