Sergey Shoygu Appointed U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense. Has Dual Russian/U.S. Citizenship.
As I fill my cabinet, I have searched long and hard for a competent U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense. Unfortunately, it appears the military-industrial complex has totally taken over all the high positions inside the U.S. military. To solve this problem, I’ve decided to give the Russian defense minister, Sergey Shoygu, dual citizenship. He will be a dual Russian/American citizen. He speaks fluent English, along with many other languages and is obviously a genius. Since he speaks English, he will work out fine as the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense. I would like for him to work with me to weed out and destroy the military-industrial complex inside the United States military and to force the U.S. military to be in an alliance with Russia.
The United States and Russian militaries are in an ALLIANCE. We will not allow Loree McBride to use the divide and conquer strategy to destroy us. By making Sergey Shoygu my Deputy Secretary of Defense, I will be putting a blockade inside our military forces, forcing them to abandon Loree McBride’s military-industrial complex and to work with our strongest ally, Russia.
Shoygu is fond of sports and is a fan of the CSKA Moscow hockey team. He also enjoys football and is a fan of Spartak Moscow. In March 2016, together with Sergey Lavrov, Shoygu presented the Russia People’s Soccer League, with aims to unite fans of the sport from all over Russia.
Shoygu collects Indian, Chinese, and Japanese swords and daggers. He also enjoys bard songs and plays the guitar. He does water color paintings and graphics and is interested in manufacturing handicrafts made of wood.
In 1977, Shoygu graduated from the Krasnoyarsk Polytechnic Institute with a degree in civil engineering.
He will only be removed if he is found to be a traitor to Conspiracy Law. Russia is my strongest ally and I am going to FORCE the U.S. military to work with the Russian military. This is how I will do it. Loree McBride can GO TO HELL.
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