China Threatens To Retaliate Over Downed Spy Balloon, What’s Next

  • China on Sunday threatened to retaliate against the United States after the Biden administration waited at least four days to shoot down a Chinese spy balloon that floated near several military and nuclear sites.
  • “China strongly disapproves of and protests against the U.S. attack on a civilian unmanned airship by force,” China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement, adding that the Chinese Communist government could take “further responses if necessary.”
  • The spy balloon on Tuesday crossed into the continental United States and was observed crossing over military bases in Montana, which have nuclear missile silos. After the airship traveled across the entire country, the military on Saturday shot down the vessel off the coast of South Carolina.
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