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Tulsi Gabbard: Jeff Bezos Should 'Stay up There' in Space

Former congresswoman takes aim at Amazon founder

 on 20th July 2021 @ 9.00pm
 the only problem i have with bezos    blue origin space rocket ship into outer space is that it   s going to come back © press
'The only problem I have with Bezos’ Blue Origin space rocket ship into outer space is that it’s going to come back'

Former congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard joked that Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos should have "stayed up" in space after the news broke he had lifted off from Earth.

The former Democratic presidential hopeful tweeted that Bezos should stay out there rather than come back and join the rest of humanity.

"Bezos, please stay up there. Do the world a favor," Gabbard said.

"The only problem I have with Bezos’ Blue Origin space rocket ship into outer space is that it’s going to come back," she added.

gabbar blasted bezos for not allowing amazon workers to unionize in 2019 © press
Gabbar blasted Bezos for not allowing Amazon workers to unionize in 2019

Gabbard is a known critic of Bezos.

She blasted him for not allowing Amazon workers to unionize in 2019 and called out the company for reporting a large tax rebate after supposedly making $11.2 billion in profit.

Bezos went into space with his brother Mark Bezos, 82-year-old Mercury 13 aerospace pioneer Wally Funk and 18-year-old Oliver Daemen.

the astronauts on board had to undergo training for 14 hours over a 2 day span  blue origin said before the flight © press
The astronauts on board had to undergo training for 14 hours over a 2-day span, Blue Origin said before the flight.

The astronauts on board had to undergo training for 14 hours over a 2-day span, Blue Origin said before the flight.

"Our training is comprehensive and gets crew prepped for everything they need to know about the vehicle," Blue Origin lead flight director Steve Lanius said.

Lanius said the spaceflight company's astronaut training was in line with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements.

BBC reported:

"Two minutes into the flight, the capsule separated from its rocket and continued upwards towards the Karman Line - the most widely recognized boundary of space that lies 100km up.

"The newly minted astronauts shouted 'wow!' and cheered.

"The post-flight briefing was shown video of the occupants performing somersaults and tumbles during four minutes of weightlessness.

"Stunning views of the Earth could be seen outside."

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