Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis called on the citizens of his state to give a moment of silence on Memorial Day for the nation’s fallen heroes.
DeSantis — a reservist Navy officer — published the tweet Monday in honor of Memorial Day, a holiday dedicated to those who sacrificed their lives in service of this country. In his tweet, DeSantis asked the people of the Sunshine State to pause at 3 p.m. for a moment of silence.
“This solemn day, we remember the sacrifice and lives lost by the great men and women of our armed forces who fought to secure liberty and freedom for all,” DeSantis wrote. “This Memorial Day, I ask all Floridians to pause at 3:00 p.m. for a moment of silence to honor our fallen heroes.”
BIDEN ON MEMORIAL DAY ASKS AMERICANS TO REMEMBER ‘SACRIFICE,’ ‘VALOR’ AND ‘HUMANITY’ OF FALLEN SERVICE MEMBERS
Elected officials across the aisle also shared words of remembrance for our fallen service members.
Rep. Mike Waltz, R-Fla., a former Green Beret, posted a tweet thread remembering his “fellow Green Berets who didn’t make it home.”
Former CIA officer Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-Va., wrote Memorial Day is when America remembers
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