Source: Cristina Laila
Joe Biden met with the families of the fallen US service members this weekend.
Because of Joe Biden’s corruption and incompetence, 13 US service members were killed last Thursday in a suicide blast in Kabul.
Biden would not allow any media present while he met with the gold star families.
Joe Biden met the a pregnant widow of one of the fallen Marines and it didn’t go well, according to the Washington Post.
20-year-old Rylee McCollum was a Marine from Bodurant, Wyoming and only three weeks into his first deployment when he was killed in the Kabul blast.
McCollum graduated high school two years ago and was three weeks away from becoming a father.
McCollum’s grief-stricken mother went off on Joe Biden and blamed him for her son’s death.
“My son was one of the marines that died yesterday,” Kathy McCollum in a radio interview over the weekend. “20 years and six months old. Getting ready to come home from freaking’ Jordan to be with his wife to watch the birth of his son. And that sackless, dementia ridden piece of crap just sent my son to die. I woke up at 4’o’clock this morning to marines at my door telling me my son was dead.”
McCollum’s family left the room and refused to meet with Joe Biden.
Only McCollum’s pregnant wife Jiennah met with Joe Biden and the meeting barely lasted a couple minutes.
Joe Biden spoke about his own dead son, Beau and described his military service and death from cancer.
Who cares about Joe Biden’s dead son. Beau died while receiving the best medical treatment in the world surrounded by his family.
Rylee McCollum was killed by a suicide bomber because of Joe Biden’s corruption and incompetence.
“One of McCollum’s sisters, Roice, said she and her sister and her father joined McCollum’s wife, Jiennah McCollum, on the trip. But when it came time to meet with the president, they left the room, because she said they did not want to speak with the man they held responsible for McCollum’s death.
“Only Jiennah, who is expecting the couple’s child month, stayed. But she left disappointed, Roice said. The President brought up his son, Beau, according to her account, describing his son’s military service and subsequent death from cancer. It struck the family as scripted and shallow, a conversation that lasted only a couple minutes in “total disregard to the loss of our Marine,” Roice said.
“You can’t f*ck up as bad as he did and say you’re sorry,” Roice said of the president. “This did not need to happen, and every life is on his hands.”