Did US Aircraft Carrier Shoot-Down The Chinese Fighter Jet SU-35?

Did US Aircraft Carrier Shoot-Down The Chinese Fighter Jet SU-35? Now news is emerging that China Accuses a US Aircraft Carrier of Shooting Down a Chinese Fighter Jet in Taiwan airspace. A video with this news was released on YouTube by U.S. Military Daily Channel.

Chinese news agencies, citing sources in the military, report that the plane crash involving the Su-35 fighter was due to a complex failure of all onboard systems of a combat aircraft, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Sina news agency.

According to chinese military experts this can only happen in the event of external influence on the aircraft systems, for example, by means electronic suppression.

Chinese news agencies, citing sources in the military, report that the plane crash involving the Su-35 fighter was due to a complex failure of all onboard systems of a combat aircraft, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Sina news agency.

Did US Aircraft Carrier Shoot-Down The Chinese Fighter Jet SU-35?
Did US Aircraft Carrier Shoot-Down The Chinese Fighter Jet SU-35?

“All the systems of the Su-35 simultaneously failed. The pilot could not control the combat aircraft, although all of the fighter’s systems worked. If it turns out that the United States is behind this, Washington will be very bad at it,” Sina reports.

According to Chinese experts, this is possible only in the event of a powerful radio-electronic effect on the systems of a combat aircraft, and given the fact that Taiwan does not have medium and long-range electronic warfare systems, the impact on the Su-35 could be carried out from the board of American warships, against the background of which a thorough investigation is underway.

It is reported that after the incident, the PRC Air Force stopped the flights of all Su-35 fighters to clarify the circumstances, while, according to the Chinese media, the information about the missile hitting the Chinese plane is not true, since such a launch would have been recorded, and in response to an attack on a Chinese aircraft would have struck the enemy.

Taiwan did not shoot down Chinese SU-35

In our previous article, Fact Check – Did Taiwan Shoot Down Chinese SU-35 Jet? , we had mentioned that Taiwan did not shoot down Chinese SU-35 Fighter Jet and all the rumors online regarding the Taiwan shooting-down the SU-35 were false. This was also confirmed by the Taiwan Ministry of National Defence R.O.C.

Ministry of National Defence R.O.C released an official statement.

As per the Official Statement, “In response to the Internet spread of “Taiwan shot down a CCP SU-35 aircraft?” The Air Force Command solemnly refuted this (4) day that this is false information, and completely untrue.”

With Taiwan refusing to shoot down the Chinese SU-35 Fighter Jet, China has however still not denied that the Fighter Jet SU-35 was in fact not shot down.

With Communist CCP mouthpiece Global Times News busy threatening other countries and drum beating of its invincible military might, Chinese CCP or their mouthpiece Global Times News did not find time to either accept or deny if any SU-35 had in fact crashed or was shot down.

However, there is no response from the Pentagon of other US agencies on Chinese SU-35 crash issue.

Points to Ponder

China has been using this tech to render a complex failure of all onboard systems of a combat aircraft on Fighter Jets of its neighboring country for years. All the press statements have attributed such crashes owing to weather conditions. Shouldn’t all such fighter jet crash “accidents” be investigated by all neighboring countries of China?

If this news is correct, China will have to take steps back and reconsider its resolve to invade Taiwan.

Videos circulating on social media appeared the mement the news about the SU-35 crash spread. Why doesn’t Chinese CCP deny them?

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