1. The same works for facet and Instagram now donโ€™t cry a river for not being the only nation that gets to control the thoughts of the world and brainwash them with garbage social media platforms

    2. So funny ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚โ€unacceptable โ€œ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    1. John C: some kid is driving his parents crazy back in China…. bawling his head off ‘cuz he let go of the string.( string is sky-blue so we can’t see it ๐Ÿคฃ)

    2. It’s solar powered. Smile when you see it passby and point your middle finger to it cuz apparently they’re taking a picture of you.

    1. I wouldnโ€™t be surprised if we find out that China has been using these balloons for years and that the US government under multiple presidents knew about it the whole time.

  1. “Balloons are much easier to deploy than satellites”
    Satellites have more complex imaging systems than what would be employed on a temporary platform such as a balloon. They have enough in orbit like the us and other countries do that would do a better job than this thing.
    This story stinks.

  2. My thing is how did it get over hereโ€ฆ? Did it really fly all the way from China to the US or what

    1. No, according to tik tok experts, it was three Chinese who inflated in two hours and a half with the patriotic strength of their lungs, this balloon which was then sent from California.

  3. Fareed, appeasing options are what got Ukraine out of hand. You’re literally apologizing for them being in our air space, our sovereignty.

    1. If it was some weak Muslim country he would be all for invading it.
      He is a self-hating Muslim American wanna be

  4. Japan did use this very same technique to attack US soil during WWII and actually killing 2 civilians. They even put in a simple timer and calculated on how long it would take for the balloon to reach America (3 days) and release the payload, all of this back in 1940โ€™s so imagine what else they can do today. So not crazy as you think!

    1. @Jack and Ollie yeah they would use their zeros to fly straight into their enemyโ€™s ships in the battles over the Pacific Ocean.

    2. The Japanese balloons had a central small bomb payload which was dropped after a series of slow fuses burned out over the course of a few days. The balloons travelled at the mercy of the jet stream. The last two ballasts dropped before the bomb were incendiary devices. The idea was to start fires on the US mainland and consume manpower fighting fires. A couple of small fires were touched off, but nothing of the magnitude Japan hoped for.

    3. @Stream Her Mind by Urias lol, perhaps those civilians were on the brink of unveiling the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. So yeah, that would work, even one, come to think of it.
      And then what followed next? A historical massacre…

  5. Did he just say that the weirdest part is that *it’s just floating* there? Did I miss how balloons float in science class ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  6. China was testing the U.S. by flying over Canada, and the dewey line, supposed to monitor the skies up north,
    in case of a threat, and the balloon didnt set off any alarms of coming into canadas airspace, and managed to fly into the u.s without anyone noticing, and the alarms of airspace protection protocol until hours later…
    Could a balloon like this be used to administer biological or chemical attacks by dropping or spraying in the air? Could it have transported tiny drones to be released and spy without being seen like the tiny drones the U.S. has which can sit in the palm of a hand? They were testing the entire airspace detection alarms.

  7. If itโ€™s anything like those pop-up pools they make over there it will eventually develop a slow leak and land before leaving our airspace. QA is a strange concept to them.

  8. They float, they spy. It’s not complicated and it’s right there in the name…Spy balloon. With segments like this, it’s no wonder this video has 631 likes out of 14,700,000 subscribers.

  9. Perhaps in a peculiar way China is trying to tell America that it is becoming second best to China and China can put things in the American airspace without informing it first? It so peculiar indeed

  10. This is incredible. This guy just blamed the opposing political party for this administrations reaction to the balloon AND justified China doing this by saying โ€œwell we do it tooโ€. Just incredible.

  11. Satellites, balloons, and aircraft all have different capabilities and limitations. Satellites have the advantage of providing long-range communication and remote sensing capabilities, but they are limited in their ability to physically interact with the environment. Balloons and aircraft, on the other hand, have limited communication and sensing capabilities, but they can physically interact with the environment. They can also be used to insert malware into a computer network, but they are not the only means to do so. Other methods, such as hacking, phishing, and exploiting vulnerabilities, can also be used to insert malware and root-kits into a network.

  12. Since the balloon flies higher than most any clouds wouldn’t it have been less conspicuous to use a blue colored one? This thing stands out pretty clear against the blue sky.

  13. It can’t be that hard to put one hole in that balloon to gradually deflate it and bring it down intact to see what’s in the package.

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