(Worthy News) – The suspected Chinese spy balloon that attracted national attention as it traversed the United States was part of a larger surveillance program, the U.S. intelligence officials have concluded.
The program has existed for several years under the direction of the People’s Liberation Army, according to the Washington Post, and has surveilled Japan, India, Vietnam, Taiwan, and the Philippines, all territories and nations of strategic interest to Beijing.
The U.S. military shot down the recent balloon after it cleared the continental United States and entered the Atlantic Ocean. The decision of the Biden administration to allow the balloon to cross the country before shooting it down has been met with a negative reception from the general public. Nearly two-thirds of respondents disapproved of Washington’s handling of the episode in a recent Trafalgar Group/Convention of States Action survey. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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