Read their life stories here:https://t.co/05wSWQsVMQ— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) August 28, 2021
The City of Norco mourns the loss of Norco resident and @NorcoHighSchool graduate @USMC Lance Corporal Kareem Nikoui, who was killed in action while stationed at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in #Kabul, Afghanistan.— City of Norco | Horsetown USA (@CityofNorco) August 27, 2021
More Info: https://t.co/83GZc8KZAR pic.twitter.com/tINNFhtpne
These Americans are heroes, who died defending freedom and rescuing others.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 27, 2021
We will honor them and their memory forever.https://t.co/VbCZQV8AmC
I thank @TuckerCarlson for allowing the father of one of our fallen Marines in Kabul to tell the heartbreaking story of his family hearing the tragic news about his brave son from fellow Marines at his door. The most amazing people our country has to offer. I was moved to tears.— Chris Stigall (@ChrisStigall) August 28, 2021
Fucking unconscionable. https://t.co/LSrDssi6Gu— David Reaboi, Late Republic Nonsense (@davereaboi) August 28, 2021
U.S. Marine from Knoxville, Staff Sgt. Ryan Knauss, killed in terror attack at Afghanistan airport https://t.co/HAnInEp2iU— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) August 27, 2021
Navy Corpsman Max Soviak— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 27, 2021
Marine Kareem Nikoui
Marine Jared Schmitz
Marine Rylee McCollum
Marine David Lee Espinoza
Marine Jared Schmitz
Remember the heroes who died in Kabul. RIP 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/tcNzlxdiaP
Max Soviak would have been about 2 years old when 9/11 happened https://t.co/DsFDEv6fMS— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 27, 2021
Rest In Peace, Ryan Knauss— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
According to family members, Ryan wanted to be a Marine ever since he was a child and even wrote it in his 2nd grade yearbook. pic.twitter.com/1ZkYJAGlrw
Rest In Peace, Daegan William-Tyeler Page.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
“Daegan will always be remembered for his tough outer shell and giant heart. Our hearts are broken, but we are thankful for the friends and family who are surrounding us during this time.”, his family said in a statement. pic.twitter.com/uIFXm8kOls
Rest In Peace, Taylor Hoover.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
Taylor was a Marine from Utah and his family describe him as a hero.
Hoover’s father said in a statement:
“He did what he loved, was leading his men and was with them to the end. He loved these United States and proved it by his service.” pic.twitter.com/vu4zZWV7nH
Rest In Peace, Hunter Lopez.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
Hunter’s father and mother serve their community in law enforcement and he was planning on joining the sheriff's department like his parents when he returned from deployment. pic.twitter.com/jU5BC6d697
Rest In Peace, Jared Schmitz.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
Jared, a young Marine from Missouri was in Afghanistan for just two weeks.
His father said he “has never seen a young man train as hard as he did to be the best soldier he can be.” pic.twitter.com/RzSqNtFsRC
Rest In Peace, Kareem Nikoui.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
A young U.S Marine, with a loving and patriotic family, who chose to serve his country honorably.
Biden turned his back on him. pic.twitter.com/zRGCrI7cwh
Rest In Peace, Rylee McCollum— an American patriot and Marine who suffered the ultimate sacrifice in service to his country.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
McCollum was a brother, a son, friend, husband and soon-to-be father to a baby due in three weeks.
Joe Biden could have stopped this. pic.twitter.com/D2WPdJQRR7
This is Max.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) August 27, 2021
Max perished at the hand of Islamic Extremist terror in Kabul yesterday.
Max was a Navy medic.
Max was from Ohio.
Max graduated high school in 2017.
Max did not have to die.
Joe Biden owns this. pic.twitter.com/gNWPtMgEMh
“He was a beautiful soul,” his father said. https://t.co/okzn77S4Ny— carolynryan 🏳️🌈🏓 (@carolynryan) August 27, 2021