Filed under: News | Tags: Launch, Missile, News, Unidentified flying object
Recently, many news stations reported that a missile had been launched off the coast of California. Some even went as far as saying where it originated from. Really? Are you really that dumb to think you can accurately estimate the origin of a ‘missile’ that has not even been confirmed by ANYONE? That’s like saying, “sure, I know where that UFO came from. Its origin is about 35,000 miles past Mars, as you can see from its contrail.”
Do your research media. How many other people have reported the missile? Okay, a lot. How many people who weren’t in the Los Angeles area? I thought so. It seems as though all reports and accounts of this ‘missile’ were from the exact same area: the direction of travel for the airplane responsible for the contrail.
Hmmm… maybe that’s why the Pentagon and the FAA have no idea what the heck you’re talking about when you say there was a missile launch 35 miles off the coast of California. The media sure does have a short memory. Maybe next time they will remember rather than reporting on an “errant missile launch” coughLATimescough.
- Mystery Missile Baffles Officials (abcnews.go.com)
- Pentagon can’t explain mystery ‘missile’ (ctv.ca)
- Missile Launch California: Mystery Missile is a Contrail? Video (nowpublic.com)