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Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer recently visited Marines and sailors deployed to the Afghanistan theater of war, ostensibly see for himself not only the status of the troops he’s responsible for, but also to wish those same troops a merry Christmas, as noted by The Military Times Twitter feed.
Equipped with a sidearm, Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer visited Marines and sailors at Camp Shorab, Afghanistan, to wish them a happy holiday season. (Sgt. Lucas Hopkins/Marine Corps) pic.twitter.com/X3TChTv0yz
— Marine Corps Times (@Marinetimes) December 28, 2017
Yet for whatever patently bizarre reason, CNN’s Pentagon correspondent doesn’t seem to understand why Secretary Spencer would be carrying a sidearm in Afghanistan, despite of the fact that Spencer himself is a former Marine Corps officer.
— Barbara Starr (@barbarastarrcnn) December 28, 2017
Of course, the blowback at Starr’s monumentally stupid question was often hilarious. But the one who best deserves the Occam’s Razor award would be the individual known to the Twitter universe as Memento Māori;
1. He’s a former Marine.
2. He’s in a war zone.
3. Because he fucking wants to.
— MementoMāori 💀 (@MementoMaori) December 31, 2017
Just as the furor from the politically left side of the aisle has just started to simmer down regarding the controversial opinions voiced by the paterfamilias of “Duck Dynasty’s” Robertson crew, the same business owned by the family has just launched a new line of firearms, as reported by CNN Money on Jan. 2, 2014.
Reportedly to be released sometime this winter, the hunting equipment company Duck Commander has signed on with the Mossberg & Sons firearms company to market a line of nine different shotguns, two .22 caliber rifles and one .22 pistol.