Recently, a Chinese spy balloon caused concern when it entered the continental U.S. from Canada and flew over Montana. Did Chinese spy balloons carry bioweapons all the way from Wuhan?
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Rep. James Comer, the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, expressed his worry to Harris Faulkner on Fox News on Friday, regarding the unknown contents of the Chinese spy balloon floating in the sky above America. He conjectured, with little basis, that the balloon might contain “bioweapons”.
Jennifer Griffin, the national security correspondent, presented a serious report about the balloon before Faulkner introduced Comer to the audience.
“What is your greatest concern as we track something that is the size of three busses now that China says was taken by wind, wind that we can’t substantiate?” Faulkner asked Comer.
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“Well, I have concern this is going to be another example of the Biden administration’s weakness on the national scale,” Comer replied, adding:
“My concern is that the federal government obviously doesn’t know what’s in that balloon. Is that bioweapons, weapons in that balloon? Did that balloon take off from Wuhan? We don’t know anything about that balloon. But the fact that this balloon was slowly making its way to the United States for several days and this administration never alerted anyone about the possibility of this balloon coming up, I think it is very concerning. It’s very concerning. They didn’t shoot it out of the air before it even reached the continental United States,” Comer added.
Of significance, the balloon traversed into the mainland U.S. from Canada and hovered above Montana, thereby necessitating the U.S. to bring it down in Canadian airspace.
“Oh, Chairman, let me stop you there. What do you mean, never alerted anyone? You mean people on Capitol Hill were not being briefed, national security briefings about this giant object in the sky?” Faulkner followed up.
“No one on the House Oversight Committee. Now, I don’t know about the Intelligence Committee with the Senate or the House, but I can tell you the overwhelming majority of the members of Congress that I’ve spoken to in the last 24 hours had no idea about this,” Comer replied, concluding:
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If this were the case, it wouldn’t be the first time Wuhan has been at the center of attention in a bioweapon controversy as previously, at the request of researchers from Communist China, the NIH blocked access to data on the early genetic sequences of COVID-19, material that could help determine the virus’s origins.