Florida man drives to Space Force base to ‘warn the government’ about ‘US aliens fighting with Chinese dragons’
- Corey Johnson, 29, of Ocala, Florida, was arrested on Friday for trying to get into the Patrick Space Force Base located in Brevard County using a stolen 2013 Ford F-150.
- According to his arrest affidavit, Johnson said he was ordered by President Biden in his head to steal the truck and drive it to the Space Force base to "warn the government’ about "U.S. aliens fighting with Chinese dragons."
- The Florida man, who has been booked into Brevard County Jail, was charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle, and his bond was reportedly set at $3,000.
A Florida man has been arrested for attempting to break into the Patrick Space Force Base using a stolen truck to warn the U.S. government of a war between aliens and Chinese dragons.
Corey Johnson, 29, of Ocala, Florida, was arrested on Friday. His arrest affidavit noted that he stole a 2013 Ford F-150 three days before driving to the Patrick Space Force Base located in Brevard County.
- Researchers in China released a now-deleted report of a “suspicious” signal from space that may be evidence of an advanced alien civilization.
- The signals were discovered by China’s FAST radio telescope, also known as Sky Eye, which has been involved in alien research since 2020.
- A team of researchers found “possible technological traces” that will need further investigation, which they described as “a long process.”
- The team previously discovered two groups of strange signals in 2020.
In a now-deleted report, researchers in China discovered “suspicious” signals picked up by the Sky Eye telescope, the world’s largest telescope.
The report, shared by Science and Technology Daily, the official newspaper of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology, revealed that a team of researchers led by chief scientist Zhang Tonjie captured narrow band electromagnetic signals through the Sky Eye telescope, located in Guizhou Province of southwestern China.
People are trolling President Donald Trump’s new immigration hotline by reporting cases of space alien abductions.
In an effort to assist victims of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants, the administration launched the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office (VOICE) on Wednesday, which features a support hotline.