Memorial for 13 troops killed in Kabul terror attack is vandalized with US flags RIPPED APART before 9/11 anniversary

A MEMORIAL for 13 troops killed in the Kabul terror attack was horrifically vandalized and defaced as US flags were ripped apart ahead of the 9/11 anniversary.

California cops shared photos of the damage and there were reports of the suspect ripping the memorial in Riverside, which is displayed on a fence – just days before America mourns 20 years after the terror attacks.

No one has been arrested yet according to local media outlets and police don’t have a description of the person who is responsible after 13 troops were massacred in Afghanistan.

On the Facebook group What is Going on in Riverside County, law enforcement thanked two people who removed the desecrated flags and reportedly handed them over to a local Boy Scout troop.

It comes after the mom of a US Marine killed by a suicide bomber in Kabul last week has claimed she was censored on Instagram after she blamed Joe Biden for his death.

Shana Chappell also claimed that the president rolled his eyes when she blamed him for the death of her 20-year-old son, Kareem Nikoui, writing in a post, “You can not silence me.”

The Sun also previously reported that the family of Marine Rylee McCollum, 20, who was killed in the Kabul blast are “disgusted” at the “incompetent” administration and said no US troops needed to die.

McCollum, who was killed in the Kabul terror attack this week, had been in Afghanistan a matter of weeks and was due home in October to be reunited with his wife Jiennah Crayton, known as Gigi.

The slain marine was a newlywed whose wife will give birth to their first child in just weeks and his sister, Roice McCollum, said: “It was avoidable and none of those Marines needed to be put in that situation. It was incompetent.”

The tragedy came after Biden made the difficult decision to pull the 2,500 American troops out of Afghanistan after being there for nearly 20 years in August.

Following his decision, Biden stated that he had a deadline of August 31 but was not aware of how quickly the Taliban would take over, leading to a terror attack in Kabul that killed more American soldiers.

As of August 27, 2021, it has been reported that at least 103 people have been killed after two suicide bombers and gunmen attacked crowds of Afghans flocking to Kabul’s airport.

Thirteen of the victims have been confirmed as American soldiers, including 12 Marines and one US Navy medic.

Five have been named as Max Soviak, McCollum, Nikoui, David Lee Espinoza, and Jared Schmitz.

Following the horrific event, many Americans have since called for impeachment as some say President Biden now has “blood on his hands.

Anyone with information about the vandalized memorial or the possible suspect(s) has been urged to call 951-353-7955.

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