Who took the first step on the moon? The Americans, that’s who. What flag was flown on the moon? The American flag, that’s what. It’s part of history and that bit of history was disrespectfully removed by some Hollywood elitist who didn’t want to offend people because the movie would have been ever-so-slightly praising America and its astronauts for succeeding in their attempt to walk on the moon.
The Neil Armstrong movie ‘First Man’ casually left out the part where the American flag is placed on the moon, an iconic moment in history that fortified our true space force and was a symbol of great achievements that comes along with one of the all-time greatest quotes ever “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
That sure was a small step for man and a giant leap for mankind, however, 2018 feels like we’re doing our best Paula Abdul impersonation because we’ve taken two steps back and we’re not going forward when it comes to liberals. The amount of disrespect coming from the left towards loving America is distasteful and doesn’t make much sense.
Since when is it a bad thing to love your country and be patriotic and want every bit of the moon landing to be included in the movie about the moon landing? It would make sense to show the flag being pressed into the dust of the moon and would probably cause theaters to erupt in USA chants during the showing, but some horrible person in Hollywood thought it was a better idea to not show the American flag being planted.
No wonder Hollywood continues suffering rating drops on their award shows.
Thankfully astronaut Buzz Aldrin came to the rescue and reminded people how patriotic and important the American flag is to him.
One tweet said it all.
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) September 3, 2018
“#proudtobeanAmerican #freedom #honor #onenation #Apollo11 #July1969 #roadtoApollo50”
Sometimes you just need a humble American astronaut to remind you of the simple patriotic things in life. He didn’t say anything about the movie. He didn’t insult anyone. He remained kind, humble, and subtle. One little message is all it took to remind Americans what the astronauts think and how they feel about our country. Of course, Buzz only speaks for himself, but the sentiment is shared among millions of Americans who think it was disrespectful to our country and the astronauts to omit that scene of history.
Buzz barely said anything at all. Just one sentence and two pictures were all it took to send a shockwave of a reminder up to those Hollywood brains who are clearly out of their own orbit when they purposely omit parts of history to take a swing at America for no reason whatsoever.
It’s a shame that the Hollywood elite doesn’t feel the same way about America, the country who helps them become millionaires.
Maybe the celebrities are too busy sexually assaulting each other to care.