Mystery solved: The unknown blonde sitting behind Mattis identified

Who exactly is the hottie behind Gen. Mattis? (Twitter)
Who exactly is the hottie behind Gen. Mattis? (Twitter)

Ever since Gen. James “Chaos” Mattis testified before the US Senate, social media has been abuzz.

Not so much regarding the give-and-take between Chaos (he isn’t exactly fond of the nom de guerre of “Mad Dog”) and the various committee members, but who exactly was the “hot blonde” sitting directly behind his right shoulder.

As reported by Kaitlin Collins of Tucker Carlson’s The Daily Caller;

The woman sitting behind Gen. James N. Mattis at his confirmation hearing caught everyone’s attention.

As Donald Trump’s choice for defense secretary was being questioned by the Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday, all eyes were on the blonde that was sitting behind his right shoulder.

Just a few of the hormone driven tweets are as follows;

But the mystery has been solved by the enigmatic yet exacting YouTuber by the name of Charles Walton has discovered who the willowy winsome über-hottie is.15181249_10100700262235791_3884344716898506542_n

As it turns out, the winner of the genetic lottery is one Alleigh Marré, the National Press Secretary for the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

The Emerson College grad obviously has her head screwed on straight, as evidenced by despite her being Massachusetts educated and New York born and bred, she’s a solid conservative.

But in all fairness, her home county of Saratoga did vote a nice shade of red this past November 8, as did the vast majority of NY counties, thank you very much.

For those who would care to follow this rising star in the Republican Party her Facebook page can be found here and Twitter here.


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