General Milley was recently replaced with a black guy named Charles Q. Brown. He goes by “Chucky Q,” “MC Chucky Pumps,” and “Mac Daddy Pumps.”
He’s new. No one knows his angle yet.
Everyone sort of assumed that they were replacing Milley because Milley would not go along with the global war program and kept saying all these wars that Biden wants are impossible.
But Chucky Pumps is good on the Jewish issue, I guess?
America’s top general should keep his opinions about Israel’s military strategy private, members of Congress and a Medal of Honor recipient told The Post this week.
Gen. Charles Q. Brown, the recently installed chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, said earlier this month that knocking out the terrorist organization would be “a pretty large order,” and that he was “very much” concerned Israel’s war in Gaza would only generate new terrorists among the civilian population.
Yeah, well. That’s true.
The media kept saying “oh yeah, so Israel is going to take out Hamas this week…” as if they were just going to waltz right in.
So, a month later, we have a ceasefire and a hostage exchange and no news about when this is supposed to end.
Not exactly a waltz.
The comments caused a stir among elected officials, who said it was inappropriate for the general to air such divisions in public.
“If General Brown is worried about how long it may take the Israelis to accomplish this mission, he should advise the president to drop his push for a ceasefire – which would only benefit Hamas – and work to ensure that Israel has the lethal aid it needs to destroy Hamas as quickly and efficiently as possible,” Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) told The Post.
Israel has to be given the space to carry out the mission, said Rep. Mike Lawler (R-NY.), a member of the House Foreign Relations Committee.
“As the United States and our allies did with respect to ISIS, Israel must have the latitude needed to eliminate the threat,” Lawler said. “The chairman must recognize his words carry enormous weight in his new role and they undermine Israel, our greatest ally, at the very moment much of the world has turned against them as they defend themselves.”
It’s crazy when you catch them literally saying “our greatest ally.” It’s hard to believe it’s not parody. We’re so used to mocking that phrase.
But no, I mean – Chucky Pumps seems better than Milley, if only because he is black and will just go out there and say things without thinking about it.