NASA touts its ‘SCIENCE’ driven Rainbow Pride flag

The Biden regime can be depended upon to pay homage to any number of demographics outside of straight white males in the never-ending quest for votes — a quest driven by a victimization mindset.

With June being Pride Month, there is no shortage of government agencies pandering to a group of people based on who they choose to have sex with. The more inappropriate, the better, with even the command structure that oversees some of America’s best warriors, the U.S. Navy SEALS, doing its bit.

And now NASA is on board. With NASA having its lunch handed to it on a regular basis now by SpaceX, a company founded by Elon Musk, the DEI-embracing space agency went to great lengths to tout an Intersex Progress Pride flag based on “imagery of phenomena from Earth and far, far beyond it.”

“How do you draw a pride flag? With SCIENCE! This flag is a composite of NASA imagery of phenomena from Earth and far, far beyond it,” the X account NASA Sun & Space posted as part of a more elaborate thread explaining each color.

The Intersex Progress Pride flag also flies at the NASA Ames Research Center, beneath the American flag on the center pole with the California state and NASA flags at either side.

As you might expect, social media users were not too impressed with NASA’s priorities — here’s a quick sampling of responses, as seen on the social media platform X:

While colleges are beginning to reject the openly discriminatory diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, through its Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity, NASA is charging ahead with its goal “to make grants and contracts more available to business owners from underserved communities… and build a stronger pipeline of diverse job candidates through STEM education,” according to Inc.

“At NASA, we are committed to advancing equity to ensure our work benefits all humanity,” said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson in February. “The Equity Action plan deepens our long-term commitment to recognize and overcome systemic barriers that limit opportunity in underserved and underrepresented communities.”

All of this has proven to be unfortunate for white Americans who are pushed to the end of the line, if not removed from the line altogether, as seen on college campuses across the country.

Perhaps, NASA should focus more on its operations. One day before boosting the left-wing Pride flag, the agency was scrambling to calm frayed nerves after audio from a simulation of an astronaut medical emergency was accidentally broadcast on NASA’s official ISS livestream channels.

More from Space.com:

In the simulation audio, which ran for about eight minutes on NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) livestream channels, a flight surgeon can be heard giving advice on how to treat an astronaut in the throes of decompression sickness. She advises responders to get the astronaut back in his spacesuit quickly and on pure oxygen, while also sharing details for a hospital in Spain for emergency hypobaric treatment after returning to Earth with an ocean splashdown. […]

NASA officials stressed that at no time was any part of the simulation real, nor were the current crew of the ISS part of the medical drill. The crew, which includes three Russian cosmonauts and six NASA astronauts, two of whom arrived last week on Boeing’s first crewed Starliner spacecraft, was not even awake, NASA said.

The ISS X account, operated by NASA, posted this statement late Wednesday: “There is no emergency situation going on aboard the International Space Station. At approximately 5:28 p.m. CDT, audio was aired on the NASA livestream from a simulation audio channel on the ground indicating a crew member was experiencing effects related to decompression sickness (DCS). This audio was inadvertently misrouted from an ongoing simulation where crew members and ground teams train for various scenarios in space and is not related to a real emergency. The International Space Station crew members were in their sleep period at the time. All remain healthy and safe, and tomorrow’s spacewalk will start at 8 a.m. EDT as planned.”

 

Tom Tillison

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