VP Harris has some explaining to do After NASA Launch goes wrong.

VP Harris has some explaining to do After NASA Launch goes wrong.
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We’re going back to the moon and taking identity politics with us! NASA recently attempted a rocket launch but it didn’t go as planned. There to witness the utter failure was the one and only Vice President Kamala Harris and she had some interesting things to say.

Not surprisingly the Vice President struggled to communicate at the rocket launch.

As reported by Trending Politics, Kamala Harris struggled to express a coherent thought about NASA’s Artemis program in an interview on Monday.

Monday morning, however, NASA’s Artemis program received some bad news that is pretty indicative of the Biden administration. Its first launch has been canceled.

NASA announced in a release, “Following the Artemis I launch scrub Monday from Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the agency will hold a media briefing at approximately 1 p.m. EDT today, Monday, Aug. 29, to discuss mission status,” Here is the footage from the moment the launch went wrong.

Kamala Harris during the interview proffered an attempt to defend President Biden’s student loan “forgiveness,” which some have reported was her idea.

“Well, let’s start with this,” she said. “First of all a lot of the same people criticizing what we rightly did and following through on a commitment that we made to forgive student loan debt are the same people who voted for a tax cut for the richest Americans. So when we look at who is benefiting from this, 90 percent of the people who are going to benefit from student loan forgiveness make under $75,000 a year. And that debt has been the reason they are unable to start a family, buy a home, and pursue their piece of the American dream.”

College tuition has skyrocketed in recent decades due to federal student loans, grade inflation, dubious degrees, and grade inflation among others. However, the vice president did not explain why.

According to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, student loan debt will likely return to its current $1.6 trillion level after Biden’s debt forgiveness. The report noted that if all debt were to be canceled, it would take 15 years for the debt to return to its present level.

Additionally, Harris claimed without evidence that a more diverse NASA program would be more successful. “The diversity of thought that goes into that, the more diverse, the better the outcome will be,” she claimed.

According to TownHall, Kamala Harris, who chairs the National Space Council, traveled to Cape Canaveral to witness the launch, but watched as the rocket failed to lift off.

According to Harris, NASA’s Artemis I launch was part of a plan to return American astronauts to the Moon, including the first woman and person of color. Nevertheless, Harris’ dreams of bringing Democrats’ identity politics to the moon will not come true anytime soon if Monday’s attempt to go to the moon is any indication

The Artemis program is years behind schedule and billions over budget, according to NASA’s inspector general. According to the IG, NASA’s current timeline is “unrealistic,” and the project will cost taxpayers $93 billion by 2025.

If this launch was any indication of the future, it doesn’t seem like we’ll get to the moon anytime soon. That won’t stop the government from trying though and apparently on a massive taxpayer budget. Typical

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