A. exposes the incompetence that this society views as normal.
The photograph is at first shown upside down. The same photograph is shown again in a different position as a clear attempt of showing it in the correct position, which whoever is trying failed. This situation is repeated a few times, showing a constant fail in a humorous way. It is a clear focus on the incompetence of whomever is doing it.
"Harrison Bergeron" has been written as a satire to critique the people's claims of equality in every sense. Cambridge English Dictionary defines "satire" as "a way of criticizing people or ideas in a humorous way, especially in order to make a political point, or a piece of writing that uses this style."
A. The given excerpt is an example of satire because it humorously exposes the incompetence that this society views as normal.