Make. It. Stop.
Kamala Harris delivered remarks at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California this week.
Harris announced the US called off anti-satellite missile testing.
“I am pleased to announce that as of today, the United States commits not to conduct destructive direct-ascent, anti-satellite missile testing. Simply put, these tests are dangerous and we will not conduct them,” Harris said. “We are the first nation to make such a commitment and today, on behalf of the United States of America, I call on all nations to join us whether a nation is space-faring or not.”
Then she dropped this gem…
“I think everyone here recognizes how extraordinary space is. Space is exciting. It spurs our imaginations, and it forces us to ask big questions. Space: it affects us all, and it connects us all,” Harris said.
Kamala Harris sounded like she was talking to a class full of kindergarteners.