Oh, the Irony: Kamala Harris 'Space Exploration' Video Produced by... Sinking Ship Entertainment
No. It’s hysterical. Ironic. Apropos.— Dean Cain (@RealDeanCain) October 12, 2021
Many netizens suggested that the name Sinking Ship is more appropriate for the Biden administration.
Others wondered why a Canadian company was chosen to make a video intended for children in the United States.
She couldn't find a producer in the US?— Bengelk (@Bengelk2) October 12, 2021
Her aides be like, “I loved Titanic! These guys are just like that. Let’s use them!”— Jezos (@BeanDipChamp) October 12, 2021
Still others blasted the vice-president Harris for not focusing on rather more pressing issues.
Maybe she can use some actors at the border, then she can say, border crisis what border crisis ✌️✌️— tuser00 (@tuser00) October 12, 2021
I love the idea of exploring ways to get our homeless off the streets, our children to have the best education possible, for all animals to be safe and healthy, for people not to have to work 24 hours a day to barely make ends meet & not in that order!!!— MarciaMarciaMarcia (@1975mamacita) October 7, 2021
The astronaut then tells the junior scientists to meet the chair of the National Space Council – aka, Kamala Harris.
The children are delighted to meet the vice-president, who gives them “one of the most important pieces of advice” that she can offer: “never let anybody tell you who you are, you tell them who you are”. Mrs Harris and the children then visit an observatory to look at craters on the Moon.
According to its website, the firm is a "globally renowned and industry leading Production, Distribution, VFX and Interactive studio specialising in children's and family content”. It has won 24 Daytime Emmy awards.
Kamala Harris chairs the National Space Council, a body within the Executive Office of the President. Established in 1993, the council handles a portfolio of civil, national security, and international space policy matters.