‘It doesn’t make any sense’: Arnold Schwarzenegger furious after visiting the graves of fallen soldiers

Arnold Schwarzenegger shared disappointment after visiting LA National Cemetery for Veterans Day.

The famous actor and former Republican governor of California candidly expressed his thoughts about Americans who call themselves “patriots” but fail to pay respect to the fallen soldiers even on Veterans Day.

As Newsner notes, Schwarzenegger posted a short clip on November 11, Veterans Day, from the Los Angeles National Cemetery. In the video, the actor shares that he visits the cemetery every year to show his gratitude to the thousands of soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country.

In his admirable message, the former politician says:

“Every year on Veterans Day, I come right here to the Los Angeles National Cemetary to say ‘thank you’ to all those brave men and women that fought to make this the greatest country in the world and the free-est country in the world.”

In a follow-up video, Schwarzenegger states: “Those veterans are the ones that made America great!”

As per TMZ, the former California governor slams folks who cram into a Trump rally and call themselves patriots, yet don’t show up in the same numbers to pay their respects to REAL heroes. While expressing his fury over the disrespectfully small number of people paying respect to the veterans, he shares:

“It doesn’t make any sense! In this cemetery where there were almost 100,000 people buried, veterans, there are only like 20 people walking around. Think about that. I mean, 20 people for almost 100,000 veterans that are buried there. But then the people go, 20,000 or so go to a political rally where someone promises them to make America great. But the fact of the matter is those veterans are the ones who made America great! No one else.”

The iconic actor hopes that on Veterans Day 2021, the ones who deem themselves patriotic will show up at the cemetery to pay their respect to the heroes of America.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has never hidden his strong opinions regarding Donald Trump and his supporters.

Back in 2018, after Trump’s joint news conference with the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, the former politician shared his disappointment in an Instagram video, where he bluntly said:

“President Trump, I just saw your press conference with President Putin and it was embarrassing. I mean, you stood there like a little wet noodle, like a little… fanboy.”

What is more, after Joe Biden won the election for the next president of the United States, Schwarzenegger was quick to congratulate him. In a Twitter post, he wrote: “I’m rooting for you, because your success is the country’s success.”

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