Montana Governor Details Airspace Closure Over Havre
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte says the object that was shot down over Lake Huron is the same object that was spotted over Havre, Montana and led US authorities to shut down the airspace briefly on Saturday.
Gov. Gianforte: This afternoon, I learned the object identified in Montana airspace last night has been brought down over Lake Huron. Thank you to our servicemen and women who responded to protect our homeland.
According to The Daily Caller, Fox News, and other sources that I shared Saturday night via Twitter- the Federal Aviation Administration briefly shut down airspace over Havre, Montana for military operations.
Around 7:30 p.m. Saturday night, NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) released a statement stating that a "radar anomaly" was detected, but that responding aircraft "did not identify any object to correlate to the radar hits."
Montana Congressman Matt Rosendale (R-MT02) sent out a statement earlier Sunday noting that he had been advised by the DOD that the object "WAS NOT an anomaly."
Montana Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) tore into the Biden Administration following the weekend’s events in Canada, Montana and Michigan.
Sen. Daines: The lack of communication from the Biden administration regarding the closing of Montana airspace last night and the recent shoot-downs that took place over Alaska and Canada is unacceptable. The top priority of the administration should be the safety and security of the people of the United States and keeping the American people informed is a key part of fulfilling that duty. President Biden owes Montanans and the country an immediate and full explanation. Without information, the public and media are left to rely on leaks, speculation and worst of all disinformation from foreign governments.
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