The White House—President Donald Trump unveiled the new Space Force logo today, saying to the White House Press,
“Today, I give to you, my supporters, and even you traitors here in the press, a brand new Space Force logo. I designed it myself, and it is totally new, totally my idea. Totally unique, totally new, maybe even the most new, perhaps even ever.”
He held up a depiction of the logo, which he’d hand-crafted from 8 1/2 x 11 printer paper and colored in with crayons, mostly inside the lines. The piece was also tastefully decorated with McDonald’s grease stains.
Now the Do-Nothing Democrats were saying that we would never have a Space Force, and it’s disgraceful. It’s a big, fat, horrible lie. So I want to have the best Space Force, a Space Force that stops the bad guys. And this is a way to do it. This is brand new, this logo, to stop the bad guys. Do you want to hear something? It’s brand new. I mean it. I really do.
So as you can see, I was very successful again, making this logo. Some have compared me to Michelangelo, even Picasso. I mean it, I mean it. Thank you, thank you everybody.”
White House staff members were seen rushing a member of the erstwhile United States Air Force Space Command out of the room, trying to shield him from the press corp’s cameras with their bodies.
The man, along with the entirety of the USAF Space Command, had been transferred to the US Space Force, a Department of the Air Force, which is of course very different.
He wore a logo that administration aides said had no resemblance whatsoever to great logo that the President had drawn up. When asked, he said that the new uniform patches hadn’t reached his unit yet.