Early Tuesday morning, Air Force jets were scrambled and the entire area surrounding the White House was put on lockdown due to an unidentified flying object that hovered over the White House and moved at speeds far beyond that of the US Air Force jets. This happened around 8:30 AM yesterday, and the lockdown stayed in effect for about 30 minutes.
Now this story by itself is a mildly amusing anomaly until you recall how back in September US Navy spokesman made a statement concerning the existence of UFOs, and the testimony of highly-decorated Air Force pilot Ryan Graves personal testimony of chasing UFOs and being unable to catch up with them. What was the hyper-fast object flying over the White House yesterday? Ask Ryan Graves, I am pretty sure he could tell you what it was, take a look at the videos below.
Officials still puzzled about unidentified ‘hovering’ object that prompted lockdown in DC
FROM FOX NEWS: The incident caused an abrupt security situation, with jets being scrambled and officers warning people outside Capitol facilities to stay far away. The U.S. Secret Service said personnel at the White House were told to remain in place.
“We don’t know what the h*** it was,” one security source told Fox News.
Officials said the alert could have been sparked by birds, a drone, or possibly a “weather anomaly.” Security officials received different information regarding the location and speed of the object in question. Officials heard it was “hovering” and were even given “knots” measuring its speed, sources said.
Fox is told security officials got different info as to location & speed regarding the aircraft in question potentially posing a security risk in DC today. Officials heard it was “hovering” & were even given “knots” measuring its speed. But they still don’t know what it was
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) November 26, 2019
Fox News is told by security officials that the situation went to “Air Con Orange,” which means a suspicious aircraft piercing the Washington security bubble. But security personnel are only supposed to stay at Air Con Orange for a few minutes, before either upgrading the alert or downgrading the problem.
Neither occurred with Tuesday morning’s alert, but Capitol Police sent a notification of a potential threat shortly after 8:30 a.m. People were allowed back in after about 30 minutes.
Law enforcement sources initially told Fox News the lockdown was triggered after an aircraft moving east violated restricted airspace. But Fox News is now told officials may have to go back and review the radar to determine what exactly prompted the scare, with sources saying they got “mixed signals at best” as to what the potential aircraft could have been. READ MORE
Official Statement On UFOs Over The White House In 1952
Amazing little video from 1952 that corroborates testimony of Air Force pilots in 2019.
Actual Pilot Video Of Chasing UFOs
The pilots couldn’t catch these UFOS, and could not identify them. Can you?
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