Parscale Forced To Yank Ad That Violates NASA Policy

The New York Times reports:

The campaign to re-elect President Trump pulled SpaceX, NASA and astronauts and their families into a campaign video that appeared to violate the space agency’s advertising regulations.

The video, released on Wednesday, was the latest effort by the president to parlay his stewardship of American space policy into an upbeat campaign issue. It included shots of two NASA astronauts, Robert L. Behnken and Douglas G. Hurley, who blasted off on Saturday aboard a SpaceX rocket.

The campaign removed the video from YouTube on Thursday evening, but not before more than 4,000 people signed a petition that sought to “Stop Donald Trump politicizing SpaceX and NASA accomplishments.”

Cultists are attacking a complaining astronaut.