Have you ever seen an explosion in the sky? Dolly Moore of Billings, Montana did, and she caught it all on video! The explosion has caused a massive stir, as there have been no reports of an explosion in Montana’s airspace. Could it have been the Chinese spy balloon that was reported over the United States?

The video of the explosion has been verified, and it has been reported that there have been other Chinese spy balloons seen over the United States. The Pentagon is now reporting another one above Latin America. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley recommended to President Biden not to shoot down the spy balloon.

Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder said that his office had received many calls on the explosion, but could find no reports of an explosion in the area. He made contact with Moore and believes the video is real. He also said that it is difficult to determine what the video shows.

Montana governor Greg Gianforte sat down with Fox News host Tucker Carlson and confirmed reports of the massive explosion over his home state. He said that earlier in the week, he was not briefed by federal authorities until the balloon was “hundreds of miles into Montana.”

Republican U.S. Representative Matt Rosendale of Montana was alarmed over the development, tweeting that he was “genuinely concerned with the lack of transparency about the original Chinese Spy balloon and potential unexplained explosion above Billings.” Montana Senator Steve Daines warned that the balloon might have been targeting his state’s nuclear missile fields.

The incident has caused a huge response on social media, with many wondering what the Chinese spy balloon could have been carrying. Could it have been a deadly virus? Could the Chinese have been testing new variants of COVID? Could it have been the start of WWIII?

The explosion has left many questions unanswered and has caused many to worry that we are not safe in Biden’s America. We may never know the truth of what happened that day in Billings, Montana, but it has certainly left an impression on the citizens of the state.

Source: www.bizpacreview.com