Buzz Aldrin Wears AMAZING Shirt That Had Hollywood Snowflakes In An UPROAR

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Many believe that astronaut Buzz Aldrin was protesting the upcoming anti-American Neil Armstrong film “First Man,” by wearing a patriotic shirt featuring the moon landing and an American flag.

The film has opted not to show the iconic moon landing image with the American flag, because according to global Hollywood elites, it was a “human achievement,” not an American achievement.

Aldrin posted photos of himself, wearing a shirt that displays the iconic image.

We know for a fact that Aldrin is very proud of the American flag, as he’s shown in his tweets.


Iconic American astronaut Buzz Aldrin was photographed wearing a t-shirt of an astronaut standing next to the American flag amid backlash over the upcoming film First Man, which omits the planting of the U.S. flag on the Moon.

Explaining the decision to omit the American flag-planting scene, Canadian actor Ryan Gosling, who stars as astronaut Neil Armstrong, said that the landing “transcended countries and borders” and that it was a “human achievement” rather than an American one.

“I think this was widely regarded in the end as a human achievement [and] that’s how we chose to view it,” Gosling said. “I also think Neil was extremely humble, as were many of these astronauts, and time and time again he deferred the focus from himself to the 400,000 people who made the mission possible.”

In a tweet, Aldrin wore a t-shirt with the tagline “Future Martian,” as well as an image of an astronaut standing next to the American flag.

The photos provoked interest from Aldrin’s fans, who wondered whether the t-shirt was a reflection of his views on the upcoming film in which he is played by Corey Stoll.

Aldrin indicating disapproval of the film’s anti-American sentiment would provide further embarrassment for its director Damien Chazelle, who has reportedly portrayed frontman Neil Armstrong as a “liberal progressive,” “anti-Trump,” and “non-flag waiver.” When asked his opinion about such a portrayal, legendary pilot Chuck Yeager said that it would not reflect the Neil Armstrong he knew.

Via TruthFeed

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