Chinese rocket tracker disaster highlighted by ex-Trump lawyer who claims ‘Space Force protected US’

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Chinese rocket tracker disaster highlighted by ex-Trump lawyer who claims 'Space Force protected US'

JENNY ELLIS, an attorney who represented former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, was ridiculed for thanking the Space Force for protecting the US from rubble.

Referring to the Chinese rocket that fell back to Earth, Ellis said on Twitter on Sunday, “Aren’t you glad Trump gave us a space force?”

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One comment read: The Air Force space command existed years before Trump ordered the development of the space armPhoto credit: Facebook

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“We already had US Space Command as part of the US Air Force,” said one user on Twitter.Photo credit: Twitter

Commentators fired back on a Twitter thread that the Air Force’s Space Command existed years before Trump’s order to develop the Space Force as a new member of the US military.

“We already had US Space Command as part of the US Air Force. Jenna probably doesn’t know, ”said one user on Twitter.

“You were instrumental in not being able to predict exactly when or where it would hit!” read another comment on twitter.

An unverified video allegedly shows the Chinese rocket crashing back to Earth before crashing into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives.

The 18-second clip, which has been rife on social media, appears to feature a plume of smoke that is said to be sweeping the sky from the crash of the Long March 5B.

Scientists originally feared the missile might hit land, or possibly even an inhabited one

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Scientists originally feared the missile might hit land or possibly even an inhabited onePhoto credit: Twitter / Jenna Ellis
Commentators fired back on a Twitter thread that mocked Ellis

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Commentators fired back on a Twitter thread that mocked EllisPhoto credit: Getty

China’s runaway rocket amplifiers caught the world’s attention as people turned their gaze to the sky to cry and catch a glimpse of his fall.

Scientists originally feared it might hit land or possibly even an inhabited area, but luckily the 21-ton wreck appears to have plunged harmlessly into the ocean.

Videos are uploaded allegedly showing the rocket fall – but most of them go unconfirmed.

And one of the most eye-catching clips shows a cloud of smoke rising from the sky, but it remains unclear whether it shows the long March 5B.

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The footage features English speakers with American accents – and whoever is shooting the video appears to be on an airplane.

These facts don’t seem to coincide with reports that the missile fell near the Maldives and the fact that planes have been warned to stay away from the falling space debris.

On closer inspection, the “rocket” in the video also appears to have flashing lights like an airplane.

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