(FiveNation.com)- Controversial and unpopular Vice President Kamala Harris is still receiving a torrent of criticism online after appearing in a promotional NASA video for children.
Harris, who is the chair of the National Space Council, appeared in a clip where she spoke to pre-teen children as if they were toddlers, pretending to be interested in space and sounding like a low-budget children’s TV presenter. Harris talked about craters on the moon, and how young people will see those craters with their own eyes before they die.
In the clip, which you can see below, Harris offers unsolicited advice to the children.
“One of the most important pieces of advice that I can offer you guys, and I want you to really remember this: Never let anybody tell you who you are, you tell them who you are,” she said.
Why is Harris bringing gender identity into this?
Trans children in space!
But, seriously, check it out:
I love the idea of exploring the unknown. There's so much out there that we still have to learn. As the chair of the National Space Council, I'm eager to get our young people interested in STEM and space exploration. Watch “Get Curious” at https://t.co/d7UDjdh8NG pic.twitter.com/UYvZzsNgId
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) October 7, 2021
And if Harris being totally fake and insufferable in the video wasn’t bad enough, it turns out that the children in the video…are child actors.
— The Hill (@thehill) October 12, 2021
YouTube, which published the video, confirmed to the media that it had selected the children in the video and found them through a number of services, including casting websites.
A YouTube spokesperson confirmed to The Hill that the casting process is “no different from typical unscripted kids shows across other networks and streaming platforms.”
The 10-minute video wasn’t Vice President Harris giving unscripted advice, and the children weren’t actually interested in what she had to say. It has a propaganda effort, and not even a good one.
Don’t you miss having a president and vice president who actually care?