The phrase that keeps coming to my mind when I think about the disaster that has occurred in Afghanistan is “it didn’t have to happen”.
The tragedy that has occurred in Afghanistan that has left over one hundreds Afghan’s dead and has left 13 of our brave American warriors dead as a result of poor leadership from the Biden admin.
Kathy McCollum who is the mother of U.S. Marine Rylee McCollum who tragically died while protecting the Kabul airport, had a lot to say about whose the cause of her son’s death.
Mrs. McCollum absolutely destroyed Biden and said “that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap just sent my son to die. I woke up at four o’clock this morning to Marines at my door telling me my son was dead.”
She went on to say that “all Democrats who cheated in the election or who voted for Biden legitimately you just killed my son”.
Listen to her interview here:
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CBS Denver had more details regarding Lance Corporal Rylee McCollum:
Heartwrenching details began emerging Friday about some of the 13 U.S. troops killed in a suicide bombing at Afghanistan’s Kabul airport, which also claimed the lives of more than 160 Afghans. Eleven Marines, one Navy sailor and one Army soldier were among the dead, while 18 other U.S. service members were wounded in Thursday’s bombing.
Among the victims is a young husband from Wyoming with a child on the way.
Rylee McCollum, a Lance Corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps. and native of Bondurant, Wyoming, was married and his wife is expecting a baby in three weeks, his sister, Cheyenne McCollum, said.
“He was so excited to be a dad, and he was going to be a great dad,” McCollum said. She said her brother “was a Marine before he knew he was allowed to be a Marine … He’d carry around his toy rifle and wear his sister’s pink princess snow boots and he’d either be hunting or he was a Marine. Sometimes it would be with nothing on underneath, just a T-shirt.”
McCollum said her brother wanted to be a history teacher and a wrestling coach once he completed his service. Another sister, Roice McCollum, told the Casper Star Tribune that her brother was on his first deployment when the evacuation in Afghanistan began.
We really need to pray for these family’s who lost a son or a daughter in the Afghanistan bombing because the pain they are going through is tremendous and you can hear it in their voices.