Daddy Of Marine Killed During Afghanistan Fiasco SLAMS Biden: ‘Be A Grown A ** Man, Admit Your Mistakes’


In a powerful and emotional speech, Darin Hoover Sr., the daddy of the fallen Marine, Darin Taylor Hoover Jr., who was killed throughout the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, blasted Joe Biden and senior military officials. Requiring their resignations, Hoover Sr. required responsibility for the errors that resulted in his kid’s death.

Hoover Jr., along with numerous other American service members, was unfortunately eliminated during the final stages of the US military’s withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021. His daddy has actually now specifically criticized those in charge of the operation.

“In closing, I’m calling out Secretary Blinken, Secretary Austin, General Milley, General McKenzie, Lieutenant Colonel Whited, who could not offer the order to the snipers to get the bomber and ultimately the president,” Hoover Sr. stated. “Do what our kid did. Be a grown-ass guy. Confess your mistakes. Gain from them so that this doesn’t take place ever, ever again. You all need to resign instantly.”

He added, “Our kids and daughters have more integrity in their little toes than each of them integrated. You owe it to our households here today, to the other gold and silver star families that have gone before, and most of all to the veterans who have offered so much for this nation, so that we have the flexibilities that we enjoy today.”


Similarly, Christy Shamblin, whose daughter-in-law, Sgt. Nicole Gee, was also killed during the withdrawal operation, expressed her aggravation and grief over the avoidable deaths. She chastised the Biden administration for the repercussions of their decision-making.

“I live every day understanding that these deaths were preventable. My daughter might be with us today. And that wasn’t simply one decision, it was lots of choices, sometimes over it could have been stopped. This was not a success,” Shamblin stated.

She continued, expressing her adoration for the service members and lamenting the desertion of US allies in Afghanistan. “These boys and females came back, bigger patriots than they left. I don’t know how that’s possible. And I admire them from the bottom of my heart. We left thousands, countless allies behind. Billions of dollars in resources for them to use against us.”

The strong criticisms highlight the debate and fallout surrounding the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. In Joe Biden’s speech on the end of the war in Afghanistan, he described it as a “success.” The speech marked the end of the United States’ 20-year engagement in the nation.

The withdrawal process was marked by a terrorist attack that eliminated more than 180 Afghans and 13 U.S. service members, and 10s of billions of dollars in military equipment falling under the Taliban’s hands. In spite of these difficulties, the Biden administration stayed adamant about fulfilling its self-imposed Aug. 31 deadline.