The Liberal network denied that the children’s actors were used in a YouTube training site video featuring Deputy President Kamala Harris, ignoring it.
The YouTube Originals video, shared last week by NASA and released by a Canadian company that manufactures Sinking Ship Entertainment, aimed to inspire children in space and included visuals NASA will be in space Shane Kimbrough from International Space Station.
Harris’ role played a story that was ridiculed by the media to show surprise at the top spot for five children, joining a visit to the Naval Observatory.
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One of the children in the video, 13-year-old Trevor Bernardino, told KSBW TV of Monterey Bay that he had gone through the process of checking out where he was supposed to post a monologue and was interviewed before landing a gig. Children’s audiences Derrick Brooks II, Emily Kim, Sydney Schmooke and Zhoriel Tapo also appeared next to the vice president.
None of the three major media outlets mentioned Harris ’video that was heavily broadcast on their morning and evening newspapers on Tuesday, as did Grabien’s search engine.
Even 24-hour cable stations CNN and MSNBC failed to squeeze at any time to monitor the use of children’s players.
A White House official told Fox News on Tuesday that Harris’s office did not select the children seen in the video.
CNN simply acknowledged the video was an online post about a White House post emphasizing YouTube was concerned with the selection of child actors, not Harris. YouTube later confirmed the adoption.
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Lack of cover papers in comparison to the media ridicule made by Donald Trump by paying players to participate in the first campaign at Trump Tower in 2015.
MSNBC presenter Rachel Maddow was as embarrassed about the revelations as three months ago after covering herself during the 2016 election.
Harris, appointed to head the National Space Council earlier this year, praised the importance of space availability at some point during the event.
“I like the idea of exploring the unknown,” Harris said. “Also, there are some things that we don’t yet know or know. Thinking about the many things that exist that we still have to learn, like, I love that. I love that. And so, I’m very excited about the Space Council.”
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Critics have crushed Harris with a lack of truth shown in the “Get Curious” video, comparing it with the HBO series “Veep.”
Fox News’ Michael Lee provided this report.