Kamala Harris is featured in a new NASA space video series featuring child actors. Upon release of the trailer and first episode, viewers overwhelmingly hit the dislike button.
The first episode of Kamala Harris’s NASA space series features a handful of child actors and received incredibly low marks upon release on YouTube. The series is an attempt by the government to get children more interested in space.
As was reported by the Washington Examiner, the video received around 114,000 views on YouTube, with only 1,900 likes and a whopping 2,800 dislikes. The trailer for the video itself drew 48 likes and 136 dislikes.
In the video, Harris speaks to the children about space in a bizarre fashion. “I love the idea of exploring the unknown,” Harris said in the video, gawking at the children. “And then, there’s other things that we just haven’t figured out or discovered yet. To think about so much that’s out there that we still have to learn, like, I love that. I love that. And so, I’m very excited about the Space Council.”
“We’re going to learn so much,” Harris said to the children, adding “you’re going to literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. With your own eyes. I’m telling you.”
YouTube disabled comments for the video series, but users on Twitter were quick to make note that the project appeared to resemble “a heavily produced propaganda piece,” with others slamming the Vice President for being “fake.”
Benny Johnson of Arsenal Media, a company famous for creating viral videos for conservative politicians, wrote “Have you ever seen someone as fake as Kamala is?”
Have you ever seen someone as fake as Kamala is?
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 8, 2021
“Philosopher and VP Kamala Harris appears to have gotten #ActingLessons from Hillary Clinton for her advice to children,” tweeted one user. “So @JoeBiden has a fake oval office set with springtime in the fake windows. And @KamalaHarris has fake kids and fake enthusiasm in her fake video. Nothing about this administration is real except the misery,” tweeted another.
In related news, Rotten Tomatoes has finally released the public aggregate audience rating for the fawning National Geographic documentary “Fauci,” and the score is unsurprisingly the exact opposite of the glowing reviews submitted by corporate media critics, as National File previously reported.
Despite garnering a 91% score from corporate media critics for its messianic portrayal of controversial Biden regime Anthony Fauci, the eponymous documentary opened to abysmal audience reviews of just 4%, and show signs of dropping even further.
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