Let Us Pray For Our Brave Soldiers

Written by on September 4, 2021

Let Us Pray For Our Brave Soldiers

I ask you all to please say a prayer for our service members and the families of those brave men who were tragically killed.

They died saving Americans and our allies stranded at the gates of hell. They are the best of us.


“It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived.”
-General George S. Patton

These are the US service members killed in the Kabul airport attack

The identities of the 13 US service members who were killed by an ISIS-K suicide bomber outside the Kabul airport while helping to oversee the evacuation of thousands of Americans and Afghan allies have begun to emerge.

The names of one Navy corpsman, nine Marines, and one Army soldier killed in Thursday’s blast have been released, while the identities of an additional Marine and one Army soldier have yet to be disclosed while the military works to inform their families.

“We continue to mourn the loss of these Marines and pray for their families. Our focus now is taking care of the families of those who were killed and caring for our injured,”

Let us Pray For these Brave Soldiers

Maxton Soviak, 22, Navy

Kareem Nikoui, 20, Marines

David Lee Espinoza, 20, Marines

Rylee McCollum, 20, Marines

Jared Schmitz, 20, Marines

Hunter Lopez, 22, Marine

Daegan Page, 23, Marines

Ryan Knauss, 23, Army

Darin Taylor Hoover Jr., 31, Marines

Johanny Rosario, 25, Marines

Humberto Sanchez, 29, Marines


I can’t get over how young these soldiers were. And how they’re always the ones sent to die by the mistakes of 78-year-old politicians…


13 U.S. servicemembers and 90 Afghans were killed in a series of attacks near the entrance to the airport in Kabul, where American soldiers had been working non-stop to evacuate Americans and our allies from Afghanistan.

The details: First a suicide bomber blew himself up at the airport’s Abbey Gate. This was followed by an assault by gunmen. Then a second bomb attack took place across the street at a hotel.
This was the deadliest attack on American soldiers in over a decade, since 2011.
These were also the first American casualties since February 2020.
Biden addressed the nation, after 8 hours of silence from the White House as the nation waited for leadership. But even with his speech, there was no leadership. Just a few hallow words.

Obama’s Defense Secretary Robert Gates said in 2014 that Joe Biden “has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”

…Today, I wish he was wrong.

Taliban or ISIS-K? You’re going to hear a lot of mouth-diarrhea from Biden and the media about who was responsible for this attack. They don’t want to put blame on the Taliban, because Biden wants to legitimize them. Yesterday, ISIS-K claimed responsibility and the Taliban condemned the attack. The Taliban have supposedly sworn enemies of ISIS-K. That’s true, but do not be so quick to absolve the Taliban.

The Taliban are the ones who freed ISIS-K from Afghan jails when they arrived in Kabul.
The Taliban were supposedly contracted to secure the perimeter of the Airport for the Biden administration where the attacks took place.
It didn’t have to be this way. But our nation has cancer growing inside it named Joe Biden. And with every passing day, that cancer spreads from one viral organ to another, leaving a path of death and decay.

[Source: WSJ]

Peter R Boykin
Peter Boykin For United States Congress

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