Pentagon, FAA, Air Force, and Navy Baffled By LA “Missile”

That random Los Angeles missile is baffling several of the most respected American institutions, including the Pentagon. While some have stated that it’s clearly a jet or missile contrail, nobody knows — or is honestly saying — where it came from. According to CNN:

The Pentagon is unable to explain images of what witnesses took to be a high-altitude rocket launched off the coast of southern California at sunset Monday, officials said.

The Federal Aviation Administration, the Coast Guard, Navy, Air Force, and California Reps. Dana Rohrabacher and Jane Harman — whose coastal districts are closest to the offshore contrails — were at a loss to explain the images.

I’m abandoning my theory that the “missile” was an act of defense against a skrull invasion. Clearly the government has made breakthroughs in repulsor-ray technology and is testing out a form of Iron Man armor. It all makes sense now….


Author: RPadTV

2 thoughts on “Pentagon, FAA, Air Force, and Navy Baffled By LA “Missile””

  1. That cloud looks like one of the battleships from "Independence Day."

    Maybe the rocket was launched to save us all from a cloudlien invasion?

    (sorry, I'll see myself out now)

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