US lawmakers are unhappy with the lack of information about air incidents

Senators and congressmen demand more information from the US government on air incidents

US Republican and Democratic lawmakers demand from the administration Joe Biden the maximum amount of information on recent air incidents, Fox News reported on February 12.

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Yes, Republican Senator from Montana Steve Danes called the behavior of the Biden administration after the destruction of the fourth air object “unacceptable.”

“The lack of reports from the government about the closure of Montana airspace last night and the recent attacks that took place over Alaska and Canada is unacceptable. President Biden must give an immediate and full explanation to the people of Montana and the entire country. Without information, the public and media are forced to rely on leaks, speculation, and worst of all, disinformation from foreign governments”Danes said in a statement.

Member of the Michigan House of Representatives Elissa Slotkin believes that the US Congress should oblige the government to provide a full explanation of what has happened in recent days.

Congressman from Connecticut Jim Heimc said that the lack of information from the government contributes to increased American anxiety.

Congressman from Michigan Jack Bergman believes the American people deserve much more government responses.

Senator from Tennessee Marsha Blackburn said the government should be accountable to the American people.

Recall that over the past eight days, four aerial objects were shot down over North America.

Read earlier in this story: The fourth air object was shot down in the United States in the last eight days


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