There’s Something Not Quite Right About The F-35 Ejection Story….


On Sunday afternoon, it was revealed that an F-35 fighter jet worth an estimated $100 million had gone stolen.

The US Marine Corps confirmed that the F-35 pilot had safely ejected from the plane, but they appealed for the public’s assistance in locating the missing $100 million aircraft.

Collin Rugg of Trending Politics uploaded a video of the crash site. He wrote beside the video:

“The debris field of the F-35 jet has been released after it was located in a field in Williamsburg County, South Carolina.

The incident occurred around 80 miles from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina.

The F-35 fighter jet appeared to fly through a grove of trees before collapsing on the field.

The Pentagon expressed concern in 2019 about the likelihood of the F-35 being hacked.

It is still unknown what caused the crash.

The identity of the pilot who piloted the F-35 fighter that crashed in a South Carolina field has not been published, but his tale of why he ejected from the $100 million US Marine plane just moments before it crashed has been revealed.

A couple from South Carolina claimed they spotted the F-35 flying over their house only moments before the disaster, and that the fighter jet was “inverted.”

“Our kids always give a little salute, so we said, ‘Look at the plane. Oh my gosh, it’s so low,’” Adrian Truluck said. “And it was kind of probably 100 feet above the tree tops and almost going inverted.”

According to the New York Post, the pilot claimed to have lost the jet in the weather and presumably bailed out before activating the plane’s tracking system, according to sources and experts.


“He’s unsure of where his plane crashed, said he just lost it in the weather,” a voice can be heard saying of the pilot on a Charleston County Emergency Medical Services call posted Tuesday by a meteorologist.

The unidentified pilot landed in a residential area of North Charleston and was transferred to a nearby hospital for treatment.

He has since been released.

Unfortunately, very few Americans have much confidence in his story.


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