Twitter user: “When your book report on space is due and you didn’t do any of it…”
Vice President Kamala Harris showcased her inability to speak coherently to crowds for like the millionth time. The lady failed her presidential campaign because she can’t fake excitement or knowledge. Stop being a robot!
Harris stopped at the Vandenburg Space Force Base in Los Angeles. Could someone at least provide our vice president with a thesaurus? Please:
I think everyone here recognizes how extraordinary space is. Whether it is satellites that orbit the earth, humans that land on the moon, or telescopes that peer into the furthest reaches of the universe. Space is exciting. It spurs our imagination. And it forces us to ask big questions.
The Twitter account @FiveTimesAugust described it perfectly: “When your book report on space is due and you didn’t do any of it…”
Does Kamala Harris think the Space Force doesn't know what space is…pic.twitter.com/CjEGLEHMvw
— Tommy Pigott (@TommyPigott) April 20, 2022
There are so many opportunities in space for our country and for all of humanity — from science, to commerce, to national security.
All of you on this base know the importance of the space systems that you use and operate and how important they are for our national security.
Our space capabilities provide for global awareness, global connectivity, and global navigation.
And, of course, we also know the threats we face in space.
Harris’s speech centered around a plan by the administration to ban “destructive, anti-satellite missile testing.”
The Biden administration wants all nations to pass similar bans.
Russia and China already performed anti-missile tests in space. Do you think the countries will bow to Biden’s requests?
It all sounds fine and dandy but when our enemies keep their anti-missile capabilities it handicaps us against the very threats Harris mentioned in her speech.DONATE
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