The mother of slain U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum has come public.
Just a short while ago, the names of the 13 fallen marines were made public.
Now, their family members are also going public.
Are they speaking out in support of Joe Biden?
Are they supporting the Biden regime?
They are speaking out AGAINST the regime and lamenting that Biden sent our finest to die.
Specifically, the mother of this slain marine called into a local radio show to mourn.
Her voice was shaking.
You could hear the deep sadness and horror in her voice.
But she couldn’t hold herself back.
Within seconds, she said:
That dementia-ridden piece of **** sent my son to die.
Trump supported and loved our military.
And our military loved him.
It is clear that our finest men and women are simply expendable pawn pieces to his regime.
And now their surviving family members are speaking out.
Listen to the heartache in her voice below:
Mother of U.S. fallen Marine Rylee McCollum calls into radio show.😔🥲💔🙏🏽🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/ox8m6jjEbf
— 🖤⚔️Destiny⚔️🖤 (@RN_Destiny) August 28, 2021
In case that Twitter link isn’t working, you can try listening on YouTube:
The flags in Wyoming were lowered to honor his sacrifice.
The local Cowboy State Daily has more information:
Many of Wyoming’s elected officials spoke out on Friday upon hearing the news that one of the Marines killed in a terrorist attack in Afghanistan was from Wyoming.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow was the first to issue a statement expressing condolences for Rylee McCollum, a 2019 graduate of Jackson High School.
“Saying that I am grateful for Rylee’s service to our country does not begin to encapsulate the grief and sadness I feel today as a mother and as an American,” Balow said in a release.
“My heart and prayers are with Rylee’s family, friends, and the entire Jackson community,” she said.
“We will find many ways to honor Rylee for this ultimate and untimely sacrifice in the coming months and years – but for now, my arms are wrapped around Rylee’s loved ones from afar and I pray they find some comfort.”
McCollum, who also graduated from Summit Innovations School, was married and his wife was expecting a child in three weeks.
McCollum’s sister, Roice, told the Casper Star Tribune that being a Marine was a lifelong ambition for him.
“He wanted to be a Marine his whole life and carried around his rifle in his diapers and cowboy boots,” Roice McCollum said. “He was determined to be in infantry… Rylee wanted to be a history teacher and a wrestling coach when he finished serving his country. He’s a tough, kind, loving kid who made an impact on everyone he met. His joke and wit brought so much joy.”
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon ordered flags lowered to honor McCollum.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the McCollum family.
We thank your son for his service and sacrifice.
On behalf of the country, we hope that your family finds peace.
And may justice be served.