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Marine on His Deathbed Has POWERFUL Message for Trump, Pence and Mattis

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A terminally ill career Marine died peacefully this week knowing America was on the road to recovery in the hands of Donald Trump.

Before passing away on his birthday, Larry Lindsey recorded a powerful farewell message to Trump, Vice President-elect Mike Pence and incoming Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis.

“President Trump, Vice President Pence, and General Mattis, I would like to say that the greatest honor of my life has been to wage this battle with you,” said Lindsey.

Lindsey went on to say that the most meaningful thing he had done in his life was serve as a Marine. And knowing that the country would soon be in the hands of men like Trump, Pence and Mattis gave him peace.

“There is no greater honor for me to have great men like you leading its country back to its foundation and back to God,” he continued.

Lindsey said that Trump could become America’s greatest president ever, and that Pence was the first vice president in living memory to “have any brains.”

Semper Fi

But it was to Gen. Mattis, a fellow Marine, that Lindsey made the most tear-jerking remarks:

“Dear General Mattis, it appears I am out of ammunition, but I continue to fight with my last breath,” he said. “I do not fear death because I know where I am going, and I’m only going home for a rest…

“Dying is the easy part. Dying is the comforting part if you know who your God is and He holds your hand. And I do. I praise God for a wonderful life. So many wonderful blessings that I have known…”

His final remarks were to encourage America’s next leaders to gear up for the fight of their lives.

“I want each and every one of you to know that we have taken on a challenge that has only just begun. The real battle lies ahead,” he said. “And General Mattis, I have one request, sir, and that is: Give ’em hell! Semper Fi. God bless.”

H/T Western Journalism

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