Veterans FURY as ‘feckless’: Biden LIVE At the memorial, Biden looks to be checking WATCH.


Veterans FURY as ‘feckless’: Biden LIVE At the memorial, Biden looks to be checking WATCH.

In the aftermath of the Kabul airport tragedy, criticism of US President Joe Biden is growing, as the mother of a marine slain in the blast rails against the hasty troop withdrawal.

President Joe Biden has been chastised for appearing to check his watch during a ceremony honoring the 13 US service members slain in the Kabul terrorist attack.

The incident was claimed by ISIS-K, a splinter faction of ISIS, which murdered over 170 people, including 13 US military personnel. The deadly strike resulted in the biggest death toll in Afghanistan’s war-torn country since 2011. On the radio, the mother of one of the 13 US military men killed in the Kabul airport attack last week shouted at President Biden, accusing him of being responsible for her son’s death.

Navy corpsman Max Soviak, Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Knauss, and Marines Hunter Lopez, Rylee McCollum, David Lee Espinoza, Kareem Nikoui, Jared Schmitz, Daegan Page, Taylor Hoover, Humberto Sanchez, Johanny Rosario, Dylan Merola, and Nicole Gee were among the 13 service members murdered on Thursday.

Kathy McCollum stated of her late son Rylee, a 20-year-old marine, “My son was one of the marines who perished yesterday.”

“[He was] getting ready to return home from Jordan to be with his wife and attend his son’s birth.

“[Biden] just killed my son.”

As criticism of the messy withdrawal emerges across the states, Ms McCollom criticized the President’s “feckless” move.

The bereaved mother said, “I woke up at four o’clock this morning to marines at my door telling me my son was dead.”

On Sunday morning, President Biden traveled to Delaware for a ceremony honoring the service personnel slain by the ISIS-K suicide bomber.

“The 13 service members we lost were heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in service of our highest American ideals while saving the lives of others,” he added in a statement.

“Thanks to their bravery and selflessness, more than 117,000 people in danger have reached safety thus far.

“In these perilous times, may God protect our military and all those on the lookout.”

Another terror attack is “very likely” in the last hours of the US evacuation effort in Kabul, according to the President.

Americans have been warned to stay away from airports once more.

There is an SAS unit of 40 volunteer combatants. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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