A strange green light streak across Southern California skies last week quickly explained away by employees and stooges of the federal government working at Griffith Observatory. “Space junk.”
The word “aliens” didn’t cross their lips.
Of course “aliens” remained unsaid, that’s not a word the government has ever used with strange lights in the sky. And in Southern California I’m sure you could be tagged a racist, or even worse, a Donald Trump supporter, for using the word.
Given an official reluctance to even discuss it I’m willing to believe that the Mexicans have found a new way to relocate “undocumented immigrants” into California. Honestly though, it does seem like a lot of trouble when all I have to do is stroll across the border with their Mexican government issued instructions on how to collect U. S. welfare in their sweaty little palms.
The Griffith Observatory said it was not uncommon for this to occur:
In December 2015, Russian space debris was spotted over Southern California and Nevada, taking social media by storm.
Officials with the U.S. Strategic Command later stated a Russian SL-4 rocket body had reentered the atmosphere.
In November 2015, a missile test flight from a submarine left hundreds of people from Southern California, Nevada and Arizona perplexed as it caused a bright light to streak across the sky.
The Pentagon later released a statement explaining that the Navy Strategic Systems Programs had conducted a scheduled test of a Trident II (D5) missile from USS Kentucky, an Ohio class submarine.
When you think? Space junk? Aliens from another planet? Or just aliens from the Third World?
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