On Saturday morning, Kathy McCollum, mother of slain 20-year-old Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum, did an emotionally charged interview on SiriusXM Patriot radio where she ripped into President Joe Biden amid the Afghanistan crisis. The young Marine was suddenly and tragically killed Thursday alongside a dozen of other US service members when a suicide bomber exploded a device at the Kabul airport. At least 13 US military personnel were among the dead, as of the latest count.

The grieving McCollum mother said tearfully in the interview:

"That feckless, dementia-ridden piece of crap just sent my son to die. I woke up at 4:00 this morning [with] two Marines at my door telling me my son was dead.

"So, to [have her on] right before me and listen to that piece of crap talk about diplomatic crap with frickin' Taliban terrorists who just frickin' blew up my son and no, nothing, to not say anything about oh my god, I'm so sorry for families.

"So, my son is gone. You just killed my son with a dementia-ridden piece of crap who doesn't even know he's in the White House."

"He still thinks he's a senator," McCollum fired back at Biden. "I never thought in a million years [my son] would die for nothing, for nothing, because that feckless, dementia-ridden piece of crap who decided he wanted a photo-op on Sept. 11. That's what kills me," she continued.

"I wanted my son to represent our country, to fight for my country. But I never thought that a feckless piece of crap would send him to his death and smirk on television while he's talking about people dying with his nasty smirk."

"The dementia-ridden piece of crap needs to be removed from office. It never would have happened under Trump," she declared. During the course of the interview, McCollum also manifested that she will do anything in her power to get Biden out of office and is planning to meet with her local congresswoman Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) on Sunday to see what can be done.

The situation in Afghanistan continues to spiral out of control, with Americans now being told to leave immediately, but not to go to the Kabul airport.