Joe Biden has drawn fire from grieving relatives and sections of the media for repeatedly referring to his son Beau, who died of cancer years after a tour in Iraq as a US Army lawyer, in a bid to equate himself with the families of the 13 victims of last Thursday’s suicide bombing.
The mother of a US Marine killed in the Kabul airport bombing who was banned from social media for slamming President Joe Biden has had her accounts reinstated.
Big Tech giant the Facebook corporation said it had “incorrectly” deleted the Facebook and Instagram accounts of Shana Chappell, the mother of Lance Corporal Kareem Nikoui, after her blistering post relating how she told Biden “my sons blood was on your hands” when he met families of the 13 US victims.
Chappell was just one of several relatives of the massacred servicemen and women who laid into the president following the meeting at Dover Air Force Base in his native Delaware on Sunday. As they were boarding a bus to leave, one woman reportedly shouted at Biden: “I hope you burn in hell! That was my brother!”
Cynical Plea for Sympathy
A common accusation was that Biden spoke at length about the loss of his own son Joseph “Beau” Biden III, who died peacefully of cancer in 2015 six years after completing his one-year rotation in Iraq as a US Army lawyer in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, in a bid to claim empathy with the bereaved relations.
Biden had earlier mentioned…