Arnold Schwarzenegger SLAMS low turnout at LA National Cemetery for Veterans Day

Arnold Schwarzenegger expressed dismay Wednesday at the turnout in Los Angeles National Cemetery where veterans and certain eligible family members are buried.

The 73-year-old former California Governor was 'upset' to see that on Veterans Day there were 'only like 20 people walking around' the graveyard, he said on Twitter.

He sharply contrasted the cemetery to Donald 's packed campaign rallies and told viewers that 'veterans are the ones that made America great. No one else!'

Unhappy: Arnold Schwarzenegger expressed dismay Wednesday at the turnout in Los Angeles National Cemetery where veterans and certain eligible family members are buried

Unhappy: Arnold Schwarzenegger expressed dismay Wednesday at the turnout in Los Angeles National Cemetery where veterans and certain eligible family members are buried

Before this video Arnold had tweeted a selfie clip at the military graveyard where he said 'thank you to all those brave men and women at the front who make this the greatest country in the world and the freest country in the world.' 

In the second video he said: 'You know, I just came back from the Los Angeles National Cemetery, and - where I did the first message - and then when I came home I said to myself: "It doesn't make any sense."'

He was 'kind of upset' as '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.'

Arnie continued: '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!' 

'Patriotism': The 73-year-old former California Governor was 'upset' to see that on Veterans Day there were 'only like 20 people walking around' the graveyard, he said on Twitter

'Patriotism': The 73-year-old former California Governor was 'upset' to see that on Veterans Day there were 'only like 20 people walking around' the graveyard, he said on Twitter

He concluded: 'So I hope that next year when I go back to that cemetery that I will see you 20,000 that are so patriotic. I hope I see you there. I think it's a discussion that we should have, the definition of patriotism. Let's talk about it.'

Thousands of people do typically go to Los Angeles National Cemetery for the annual event in May commemorating Memorial Day, which is distinct from Veterans Day in that it specifically honors fallen soldiers.

However this year's event, the 131st, was held virtually with the public barred from

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