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Biden Runs From Reporters Asking About Chinese Sky Invasion (VIDEO)

On Friday, President Joe Biden flat out refused to answer reporters’ questions on the Chinese spy balloon floating across the United States after he gave remarks on the economy, in which 517,000 jobs were reportedly added last month.

He told reporters that he wouldn’t answer any questions other than ones on the Labor Department report because then they wouldn’t write about the “positive job numbers.”

When reporters still attempted to ask about the sky invasion of our country and his lack of action on it, the president ran away like the pansy he is.


On Thursday, Pentagon Press Secretary Brigadier General Pat Ryder said in a statement the US government is “tracking” a “high altitude surveillance balloon” over the country.

“The balloon is currently traveling at an altitude well above commercial air traffic and does not present a military or physical threat to people on the ground,” he said, adding that similar balloons have been observed by US officials “over the past several years.”

Many people are calling on Biden to shoot the balloon down, including former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.

Trump posted to Truth Social on Friday, “SHOOT DOWN THE BALLOON!”

Pence tweeted, “Shoot down the Chinese spy balloon. Go ahead and send the Secretary of State to China next week. Have Antony Blinken look them in the eye and tell em- it better never happen again.”

Texas Governor Greg Abbott tweeted, “The China balloon flying over the U.S. is a direct assault on our national sovereignty. Biden’s refusal to stop it is a dereliction of duty. From flying balloons to open borders, Biden has no regard for our national security and sovereignty.”

Collin Rugg pointed out, “Our government is so afraid of China that they won’t even touch a Chinese spy balloon over our own airspace. We are screwed.”

What more do people need to see in order to understand that China owns Joe??



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