White House tries to calm fears that shot-down UFOs were from outer space, ‘no indication of aliens’
The U.S. shot down a Chinese surveillance balloon Feb. 7, then downed three unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, Friday, Saturday, then Sunday.
The White House said Monday there is "no indication" the three yet-to-be-identified flying objects shot down over the North America in the past four days came from outer space, in an attempt to calm the American public looking for answers.
"There is no indication of aliens or extra terrestrial activity with these recent takedowns," White House press at a press briefing.
The U.S. shot down a Chinese surveillance balloon Feb. 7, then downed three smaller, unidentified flying objects, or UFOs on Friday, Saturday and then Sunday.
The Pentagon hasn’t shared details about the sources of the unmanned UFO incidents.
John Kirby, coordinator for Strategic Communications at the National Security Council, said Monday the Pentagon is working to recover and study the remnants of the objects.