It's almost like President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are in a competition to see who can make the most gaffes. Harris spoke with reporters on Sunday before the NASA rocket launch was canceled due to engine problems that the United States space program will benefit “all mankind and womankind.”
“I’m so proud of what is happening in terms of our space program and the leadership that the United States is providing to the world,” Harris said as the chair of the National Space Council.
“The Artemis is the beginning of the next era of what we have a history and a tradition of doing — of providing vision and inspiring innovation — in a way that is going to benefit all mankind and womankind,” Harris continued.
Kamala Harris Says Space Program Will Also Benefit ‘Womankind’ https://t.co/U5f3s7PjtO
Small-minded....obsessed with critiquing words, instead of the Bigger Picture.
— Athena Cruz (@kjfkugkujvj) August 29, 2022
Many people are left wondering what kind of an impact Kamala Harris actually has as chair of the National Space Council. Politico Playbook reported, “There have occasionally been snickers about the fact that the VP chairs the administration’s National Space Council.”
KAMALA HARRIS: The space program "is going to benefit all mankind and womankind." pic.twitter.com/WfxkUuooLV
— Kyle Martinsen (@KyleMartinsen_) August 29, 2022
What about transkind, one Twitter user joked.
Oops. What about Transkind? https://t.co/S5eC3vJbzV
— Wendell Husebø (@WendellHusebo) August 29, 2022
Another wondered why she overlooked the other 624 genders.
mankind and womankind.... ?
— Allard Kamermans ✏️ (@allardkamermans) August 29, 2022
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