“I hope you burn in hell! That was my brother!” one woman shouted at Joe Biden as he met with the families of fallen soldiers who died in Afghanistan.
13. U.S. service members and over 60 Afghans died as a result of a suicide bomber amid Biden’s botched withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
Biden met with the families at Dover Air Force Base.
Families watched the bodies of their children exit the C-17 plane.
20-year-old Jared Schmitz was among the American soldiers murdered in the attack.
His father, Mark Schmitz, reported the incident to The Washington Post as he witnessed one distraught woman express her anger directly at Biden.
Schmitz criticized Biden for speaking about his own son, rather than Schmitz’s son. Biden’s firstborn son, Joseph “Beau” R. Biden III, died in 2015 after a fight with brain cancer.
Schmitz said, “When he just kept talking about his son so much it was just — my interest was lost in that.”
“I was more focused on my own son than what happened with him and his son ,” Schmitz added. “I’m not trying to insult the president, but it just didn’t seem that appropriate to spend that much time on his own son.”
Roice McCollum, who lost her brother Rylee in the attack, told the Post of Biden, “He cannot possibly understand. My dad and I did not want to speak to him.”
“You cannot kneel on our flag and pretend you care about our troops,” McCollum added. “You can’t f*** up as bad as he did and say you’re sorry.:
“This did not need to happen, and every life is on his hands. The thousands of Afghans who will suffer and be tortured is a direct result of his incompetence.”
The U.S. military is ordered not to criticize Joe Biden over the disaster in Afghanistan.
This applies to active duty and retired naval intelligence members, the report says.
However, not everyone is being quiet.
86 retired generals and admirals have demanded the resignation of top military personnel in a letter. A “fundamental principle in the military is holding those in charge responsible and accountable for their actions or inactions,” the letter states.
We have also seen the mother and father of multiple Gold Star families speak out against Biden after 13 U.S. service members were killed by a suicide bomber.
Kathy McCollum, the Gold Star mother of fallen 20-year old Marine Rylee McCollum, said Joe Biden is “a feckless, dementia-ridden piece of crap” who “sent my son to die.”
Craig Gross, the Gold Star father of U.S. Army Cpl. Frank Robert Gross, told Biden “please quit blaming this on the former president” and “you are culpable.” Gross added, “You alone.”
Now we have learned that Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller was relieved of duty after he demanded military leadership show some accountability.
Scheller spoke out despite knowing it might have the consequence of him being relieved.
He said that “The baby boomers’ turn is over. I demand accountability, at all levels. If we don’t get it, I’m bringing it.”
Scheller noted that he will be resigning his commission at 17 years, which is short of his 20 years for retirement. This would eliminate his pension and benefits.
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On Monday night, Darin Hoover, whose son Taylor Hoover was killed in the terror attack, told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that he refused to meet with Biden. He told Hannity, “We said absolutely not. We didn’t want to deal with him. We didn’t want him anywhere near us. We as a family decided that that was the way it was going to be.”
Also on Monday night, an American citizen calling herself “Sara” and who says she worked as an interpreter for the American military in Afghanistan but was left behind by President Biden told CNN, “I don’t believe in anybody anymore.” She added, “I just can’t believe no one told me that this is the last flight.”
I don’t know anymore, what to believe anymore. I don’t believe in anybody anymore. Because they’ve been fooling me, for past 10 days, back and forth, back and forth, stories after stories. I know, I have a group of people, who are supporting me, and helping me, and they are working very hard to, for me to leave this country. But the only thing is I don’t have one specific word to say, “OK, Sara, you’re clear! Go.” And I’ve been doing this. And I don’t know what to believe anymore. I’m completely like, speechless. I don’t know what to say. But I just can’t believe no one told me that this is the last flight, you know?