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Don’t celebrate just yet, thinking General Milley’s retirement is a win for the US military. As problematic as Milley may have been, be prepared for an even worse Chairman of the Joint Chiefs to come.

Reports are circulating that Joe Biden is considering Airforce Chief and BLM supporter Charles Q. Brown Jr., for the position of Joint Chiefs, and this choice is highly contentious. Many believe that Brown is determined to swiftly transform the US Military into an anti-white free-for-all, making him an terrible choice  for the military, but a perfect pick for the regime.

Daniel Greenfield:

Brown disgraced himself and his uniform during the Black Lives Matter race riots by releasing a video in which he “seemed to barely contain his rage” while ranting “that the ideals of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution ‘that I’ve sworn my adult life to support and defend’ have not always delivered ‘liberty and equality’ to all.”

What horrible acts of oppression did one of the most powerful men in the military experience that made him turn on America? In his own words to People Magazine, “When you get to senior levels, you have reserved parking spots around the base. I was in civilian clothes, I parked in a spot and someone came out and said, ‘That slot is reserved for the Pacific Air Force’s Commander.’ And I go, ‘Yeah, I know, because I am the Pacific Air Force’s Commander.’”

Someone questioned Brown’s parking space once and all the white male officers must pay.

So, what can we likely expect from Mr. Brown? Well, a lot of division, less qualified white men and lower enrollment numbers would be our best guess.

Last year, Brown, alongside Undersecretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones, the first

gay and Filipino woman in her role, and other leaders, signed their names to one of the most shocking and destructive racist documents ever produced by the modern military.

The topic of the Air Force memorandum was officer quotas set by race and gender.

Similar quotas had been issued by political appointees in a politically correct military, but they had focused on slowly boosting minority officers rather than calling for a purge of white men.

The 2014 quotas had looked for an 80 percent white, 10 percent black and 8 percent Asian officer corps. While choosing officers by any racial category rather than merit is racist, wrong and illegal under civil rights legislation, this fell short of Brown’s proposed racist purge.

Brown’s quotas limit the number of white officers to 67% and cut white men down to 43%.

Brown’s quotas limit the number of white officers to 67% and cut white men down to 43%.

The Air Force officer corps is currently 77% white: getting it down to 67%, a reduction of 10%, would require serious effort to purge white officers and bar the doors to any new ones.

Reducing the number of white men in the officer corps to a minority, 43%, would cripple the service and wipe out generations of talent: especially when 86% of pilots are white men.

What do you do with those 86% of white male pilots?

Gen. Brown and his radical allies claim that “diversity and inclusion” are vital for the Air Force’s success; pushing for a 7% multiracial officers quota. However, despite these efforts, Air Force readiness rates have continued to decline. This focus on diversity and inclusion has proven to be disastrous for mission readiness.

Brown’s so-called “leadership” has driven the Air Force into a downward spiral, and entrusting him with the responsibility of leading the entire military and advising the president on military matters could spell disaster.