WATCH: Kamala Harris Gives Cringeworthy Speech on Space (VIDEO)

Vice President Kamala Harris delivered a speech while presenting astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley with the ‘Congressional Space Medal of Honor’.

During the speech, Harris slipped off into a strange diatribe about space. Sounding like a Kindergarten teacher, Harris explained a space launch in terms that even a preschooler could understand.

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Interesting, considering she was in a room surrounded by some of the smartest scientists in our country. Harris came off as extremely patronizing.

See a clip of that cringe-inducing moment below…

Kamala Harris loves space. This is not the first time she has slipped into a strange, childish explanation of space.

Harris was busted early on during her Vice Presidency for hiring child actors to pretend to be ‘child astronauts’. The video released by her office shows nearly the same instance.

See a clip of that moment below…

Everything about Kamala Harris seems disingenuous. Put her in front of children, or get her to start talking about space, and you will see the wheels in her head begin to spin.

This comes as President Joe Biden is embroiled in a classified documents scandal, leaving VP Kamala Harris just one step away from the Presidency.

Biden has even repeatedly referred to Harris as President.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre even referred to Harris as President during a press briefing last week. We covered that story on Rare.

Space seems to be a concept that Kamala Harris is incapable of grasping. I only wish that somebody would make her stop talking about it.

With only one impeachment standing between Harris and the Presidency, it is safe to say that America has never been in a more dangerous position.

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