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Trump to replace Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley with Chuck Norris

 

This isn’t the first award presented to The Great Leader. In the past he has been the subject of 540 awards, 113 opinion pieces and 85 laments. For a list of the prior awards and/or articles, see the items detailed at the end of this article.

 

General Milley is the 20th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and as Chairman, he is the highest ranking and most senior officer in the United States Armed Forces.

 

In early June 2020, The Great Leader ordered the clearing of peaceful protestors in DC so he could stage a photo-op holding a Bible upside down in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church. Photos of the event sow Gen. Milley dressed in military garb accompanying The Great Leader as he marched from the White House to St. Johns.

 

After blistering critiques that his conduct wasn’t acceptable because the event was a political stunt, Gen. Milley apologized for appearing with The Great Leader in what he acknowledged was pure politics.

 

Several unreliable sources have indicated that The Great Leader was outraged at Gen. Milley’s apology because it proved he was not being the loyal soldier that is required of anyone serving in the Trump administration. It was rumored that The Great Leader considered Gen. Milley’s conduct to border on treason.

 

As a direct consequence of Gen. Milley’s insubordination and probable treason, The Great Leader is in the process of ordering him to resign or be fired. He will then replace him with someone much more qualified to hold the position, which would be none other than Chuck Norris. Mr. Norris has much experience in the military and law enforcement, which makes him the perfect candidate to replace Milley. That experience is set forth below.

  • Served 4 years as Air Force Policeman at bases in Korea and California
  • Served as executive officer of U.S. Army’s elite Delta Force in dealing with Muslim terrorists in the movie Delta Force 1
  • Led a Delta Force team into San Carlos, a South American country to rescue hostages and stop the flow of cocaine into the U.S. of A. in the movie Delta Force II
  • In the movie Lone Wolf McQuade, was a Texas Ranger who was unruly and didn’t follow the rules
  • In the movie “Missing in Action, played Colonel James Braddock who spent seven years in North Vietnamese POW camp, then escaped 10 years later

And Chuck’s most endearing quality is that he is a dyed-in-the-wool Trump Sycophant.

 

We should all feel much safer with Chuck Norris leading our military under the guidance of a military genius like The Great Leader who learned the ways of commanding an Army in combat while attending the New York Military Academy when he was 13-years-old.

 

Additionally, The Great Leader learned additional stealthy combat moves while cheating on his multiple wives, including his affair with Stormy Daniels.

 

For additional post-election articles re: The Don visit the articles below

  1. Trump miscellaneous opinion articles: Art. 3 thru 77 Dawg Opinions
  2. Trump’s victims of Draining the Swamp: Art. 78 thru 88 Dawg Opinions
  3. Trump Filling the Swamp: Art. 89 thru 94 Dawg Opinions
  4. Trump miscellaneous opinion articles: Art. 95 thru 101
  5. Trump miscellaneous opinion articles: Art. 325 thru 340 Dawg Opinions 
  6. Dawg Laments: Art. 2 thru 87
  7. Ass-Kisser Awards = 8
  8. Bigot/Racist Awards = 20
  9. Bullshit Awards = 72
  10. Chicken Little Awards = 7
  11. Dumbo Awards = 5
  12. Humanitarian Award = 11
  13. IHOP (Flip-Flop) Awards = 4
  14. Liar Awards = 132
  15. Lunatic Awards = 30
  16. Misc. Awards = 99
  17. Misogynist Awards = 3
  18. Moron Awards = 48
  19. Narcissist Awards = 36
  20. Screwball Awards = 12
  21. Rodney Dangerfield Comic Awards = 53

 

 
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