Just in: Elon Musk says he’ll deal with the next Chinese Spy Balloon ‘Personally’

Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur and CEO of SpaceX, has announced that he will personally deal with the next Chinese spy balloon that drifts over US airspace.

In a recent tweet, Musk declared that he is fed up with the increasing number of Chinese spy balloons that are infiltrating US airspace and collecting sensitive information.

He said these balloons are a threat to national security and should be stopped at all costs.

The announcement has caused consternation among government officials and security experts, who are questioning the feasibility of Musk’s plan.

They argue that dealing with a spy balloon in space would require a significant amount of resources and technical expertise and that it is better left to professionals in the military or intelligence community.

Many are skeptical of Musk’s plan, with some speculating that it is nothing more than a publicity stunt.

However, there are others who support his bold move and believe that it will send a message to China and other countries that America will not tolerate any form of spying.

In any case, the world will be watching as Elon Musk takes to the next Chinese spy balloon in what promises to be a high-stakes battle in the skies.

Elon Musk on Sunday reacted to the destruction by a US fighter jet of a suspected Chinese ‘spy’ balloon that had been over US territory for several days.

The balloon was floating off the coast of South Carolina and its appearance startled the intelligence community in the United States, who said the country now relied on satellite technology to collect data.

Washington called it a “clear violation” of US sovereignty and informed China about the firing on Saturday.

Now, reacting to the destruction, Mr. Musk has responded to a BBC article he shared on Twitter about the US shooting down the airship over the Atlantic.

The CEOs of Tesla and SpaceX shared a funny meme, which shows the flying house featured in the 2009 animated film ‘Up’ being shot.

Meanwhile, China has confirmed that the balloon flying over Latin America is Chinese.

Beijing has expressed anger at Washington’s decision to shoot down a device it says was an unnamed weather-monitoring plane that went astray last week.

Its foreign ministry said the equipment was “civilian in nature and was used for flight tests”.

It also said that by downplaying the device the US “severely affected and damaged” relations between the two countries and lodged a formal complaint with the US embassy in Beijing.

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