With Secretary Tillerson on vacation (don’t worry, he’s “not going anywhere”), it appears that President Trump felt the State Department was a bit understaffed: on Wednesday, the President formally nominated Kansas Governor Sam Brownback to serve as the Department’s ambassador at large for international religious freedom. Perhaps most thrilled about the nomination are the residents of Kansas, whose beleaguered Governor has, according to a local House representative, wreaked “carnage and destruction” upon their state through the implementation of calamitous fiscal policies. While not the shiniest of governors (he’s rated second in disapproval behind New Jersey’s Chris Christie), many deem Brownback perfectly suited for his new role. But if you’re concerned about his record on LGBT rights and efforts to battle the imaginary threat of Sharia, don’t be! Did we say “don’t”? Sorry, go ahead and be.