Jim Jordan Pays Tribute to Fallen Ohioan Max Soviak After Afghanistan Massacre Due to Biden Pullout, Other Names Follow

Patriot and U.S. House Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) paid tribute to one of the fallen U.S. heroes and soldiers who died in Afghanistan recently as a result of Joe Biden’s decision to pull out U.S. troops. It was reported that “ISIS-K” is the group behind the massacre in Afghanistan yesterday that killed 13 Americans and many more Afghanis. Many are calling for Joe Biden to resign. One person who died was a local Ohioan, and Jordan tweeted about it:

“Our hearts and prayers are with Corpsman Soviak’s family. This young man served his country, and Ohio’s Fourth District, bravely and honorably. Our country will never be able to repay his sacrifice, but we will always remember it. God bless our troops.”

Cleveland.com reported in part:

An Ohio Navy Corpsman who attended high school in Milan died Thursday in the Kabul terrorist attack that killed 13 U.S. service members and more than 100 Afghans.

Max Soviak, a 2017 graduate of Edison High School, was killed as terrorist group ISIS-K did the bombings and gunfire at Hamid Karzai International Airport.

Soviak’s sister, Marilyn Soviak, expressed her sorrow for the loss of her brother on Instagram, writing in part, “I’ve never been one for politics and i’m not going to start now. What I will say is that my beautiful, intelligent, beat-to-the-sound of his own drum, annoying, charming baby brother was killed yesterday helping to save lives.”

Missouri Governor Mike Parson honored another fallen soldier and hero, Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz:

“Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz, of Wentzville, was killed in Afghanistan during Thursday’s attack in Kabul. He was 20 years old.

On behalf of all Missourians, we want to honor Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz for his sacrifice and recognize his service to our nation in the defense of freedom. He put his life on the line protecting our service members and allies. He made the ultimate sacrifice for his bravery.

Our hearts go out to Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz’s family and friends. And to Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz, you will never be forgotten.”

Other names are coming to light:

“Max Soviak, Navy medic Kareem Nikoui, Marine David Lee Espinoza, Marine Rylee McCollum, Marine Jared Schmitz, Marine Remember their names. Rest In Peace, brothers.”

Reports have come out that the Kabul airport may be partially taken over by the Taliban, making it harder for Americans to leave. We will continue to pray for those who died and were injured, as well as their families and friends as we monitor this ongoing tragedy.