The Biden administration has received criticism from Republicans due to their lack of transparency regarding the shooting down of unknown flying objects over the US and Canada.
Despite the military’s announcement that the objects were shot down to protect civil aviation, the absence of further information from the Biden administration and NORAD has raised concerns among Republicans.
Montana Senator Steve Daines referred to the lack of transparency as “unacceptable,” while Representatives Jack Bergman and Lisa McClain from Michigan stated that the American people have a right to know.
Governor Greg Gianfonte of Montana expressed gratitude to the military for their actions, and Connecticut Representative Jim Himes expressed his desire for a prompt explanation from the Biden administration.
Senators Ron Johnson and Marsha Blackburn from Wisconsin and Tennessee, respectively, emphasized the need for transparency, while Senator Marco Rubio from Florida noted that unidentified aircraft have been present in restricted US airspace for years and the recent incidents are simply a public exposure of the issue.
Due to the lack of information and the closure of airspace over Lake Michigan and rural Montana, speculation and rumors have emerged, with some Republicans such as Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia speculating that it could be a military test. The public and media are forced to rely on unconfirmed sources, leading to confusion and uncertainty.
In conclusion, Republicans are calling on President Biden and his administration to provide maximum transparency and accountability regarding the recent shooting down of unidentified flying objects over North America. The public has the right to know what is happening, and the administration’s top priority must be the safety and security of the country.