A Petition To The White House, Suggests Naming Next Navy Ship ‘USS The Deplorables’
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus has a penchant for doling out interesting and unconventional names for new warships, but a petition currently on the White House website wants the next major warship to be named something that may be too outlandish even for him.
The petition suggests that the next major vessel be christened “USS The Deplorables,” as the petition notes, “to honor those citizens who rose up to defend America and the Constitution from the globalists.”
Those other ships Mabus named? Navy secretary defends his unusual picks for ship names
Mabus is officially announcing five new ship names on visits to Mississippi and Massachusetts beginning Saturday. Among the group, a replenishment oiler will bear the name of abolitionist Sojourner Truth.
"I have named ships after presidents. I have named ships after members of Congress who have been forceful advocates for the Navy and Marine Corps," Mabus said in a recent interview. "But I think you have to represent all the values that we hold as Americans, that we hold as a country. And so that's why I've named ships the Medgar Evers, Cesar Chavez, John Lewis, the Harvey Milk. Because these are American heroes too, just in a different arena."
The USS Harvey Milk? Under Obama and Mabus, the primary objective of the Navy has been to explore the boundaries of how far left-wing social justice ideas can be imposed before the whole exercise falls apart under the weight and chaos. Naming a ship "Deplorables" would be a welcome reminder that sometimes the worm turns.
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