What? It’s the iconic moment. Apollo 11 lands on the moon.
Neil Armstrong says: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Neil Armstrong plants the flag for the United States. First! What kind of bullshit movie leaves that most important detail out. Ridiculous globalists.
Star Ryan Gosling responded to questions about this stupid choice with his own little globalist spin saying the achievement transcends countries and borders.
I like this response:
Neil Armstrong biopic leaves out the moment the astronaut plants a US flag on the Moon – with star Ryan Gosling saying it’s because the achievement ‘transcends countries and borders’ – EXCEPT ONLY ONE COUNTRY IN HISTORY HAD THE BALLS AND WHEREWITHAL TO DO IT. THE USA, BABY! from r/The_Donald
I mean, I understand if they keep the alien structures they found under wraps. And the UFO Buzz Aldrin saw on the way. Don’t want to blow people’s minds.
And maybe downplay the integral part Operation Paperclip played in boosting our space program.
But, you have to plant the American flag dammit. The United States was the first there.