The search has been called off. No UFOs recovered. Apparently the Canadians are still searching for their one but I'll be surprised if they find anything.
So the official narrative is, after spotting and shooting down the original "spy" balloon, NORAD for the first time ever turned off the default settings on their radar which had kept them blind to all these balloons flying around American airspace. They were then inundated with so many objects that they had to scramble jets three times in three days, each ending with a shoot down in US airspace.
There's so many unanswered questions.
Are supposed to believe radars are like consumer devices with preset settings that you just plug and go? At no point of its development or deployment was the sensitive or filter settings calibrated or adjusted until now?
Since last week, why did the objects suddenly stop showing up? Was it just a massive coincidence that three showed up in three days, or did they reset the radar sensitivity?
Why was it so important to scramble jets to intercept and shoot them down, instead of diverting flights?
Why hasn't any hard information objects been released? Even if you don't find the debris (probably because it's some tiny deflated balloon) there should be something on the camera.
Every public update since the initial one has been the virtually same; they could be civilian balloons, they could be Chinese spy balloons, they may even be aliens.
Very bizarre set of circumstances.