From our Bureau of the Unexpected with some assistance from our Bureau of Croqueta Conspiracy Theories
Apparently, someone in Jar-Jar Biden’s administration has not yet received the Democratic Party memo on the danger posed to the U.S. by Cuban-Americans. Or perhaps someone in the White House is so fond of Cuban cuisine they decided to ignore the memo.
So, if this appointment goes through, expect to see croquetas, pastelitos, and strong coffee on every ship in the U.S. Navy.
From Fox News
President Biden said Friday he plans to nominate Carlos Del Toro for secretary of the Navy.
Del Toro is a 22-year U.S. Navy veteran and retired commander and has nearly 40 years of experience in national security and naval operations, the White House said in a statement.
He was born in Havana, Cuba, and would be the second Latino to hold the position if confirmed in the Senate, Politico reported.
Del Toro has been CEO and president of SBG Technology Solutions for the last 17 years. The company supports Naval defense, including shipbuilding, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, acquisition programs, space systems, health, and training, according to the White House.
Virginia’s two U.S. senators, both Democrats, hailed the choice of Del Toro.
“I have known Carlos Del Toro for 20 years and cannot imagine a better pick to be Secretary of the Navy,” U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., tweeted Friday. “His patriotic Navy service and his successful entrepreneurial career make him the right choice to take the helm of the Navy at such a critical time.”
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., wrote “My friend Carlos Del Toro will make an excellent @USNavysecretary. There’s no one better qualified or better equipped, and I know he’ll do our country proud.”
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