The last thing you expect to hear on a quiet Sunday afternoon in your Northern Michigan apartment two blocks off Lake Michigan, in the middle of winter, is the sonic BOOM of a fighter jet breaking the sound barrier. But that's exactly what my neighborhood heard yesterday afternoon, February 12, 2023.
Because the U.S. Air Force was on its way to shooting down the 3rd UFO of THIS WEEKEND — this time over Lake Huron. All this and after that Chinese spy balloon last weekend.
WTF is going on? It's time to ask some uncomfortable questions...
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Ep. 282: Weapons of Mass Balloonery
Ep. 281: The Execution of Tyre Nichols: Another Cover-Up From The Lying Machine
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