Schwarzenegger shared words of hope after a deadly riot in the U.S. Capitol on Sunday, while also condemning President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans for being “spineless.”
Schwarzenegger (Schwarzenegger) is an actor and former Republican governor of California. He grew up on a par with him when he grew up in Austria after World War II.
In a video statement released on Sunday, he compared the riots in Washington, D.C. with Kristallnacht. The Nazis attacked Germany in 1938. The Nazis began to destroy Jewish houses, businesses and synagogues. Thousands of people were concentrated in concentration camps. Broken glass here in the United States. “
Schwarzenegger said: “Broken glass is placed in the windows of the US Capitol.”
Schwarzenegger said that when he was a child, he had seen broken men who felt broken by participating in the “evil regime” in history, which shows that his father often gets drunk and beats him and his mother.
Schwarzenegger said: “President Trump tried to overturn the results of the election and fair elections.” “He sought a coup by misleading people with lies. My father and neighbors were also misled by lies.”
Schwarzenegger said Trump is a failed leader and will soon become irrelevant. He then opened up the elected officials who enabled Trump and referred to President John F. Kennedy’s book “The Profile of Courage.”
Schwarzenegger said: “Many members of our party will never see their names in a book like this because of their bonelessness,” I promise. “They feel complacent about those who carried their self-righteous rebellion into the Capitol.”
He said that public officials must put the country above the political party and serve the people. Soon, before drawing the sword from his 1982 film, he also proposed his president-elect Biden’s support for “Conan the Barbarian.”
Schwarzenegger used this sword as a metaphor to provide hope for Americans after the Capitol riots, which were related to the deaths of five people. He explained that the sword would become stronger after repeated blending, because the steel would catch fire and then be immersed in cold water over and over again.
He said that the democratic system in the United States has been eased.
Schwarzenegger said: “I believe that, as shaken as what happened recently, we will become stronger because we now know what we will lose.” “Of course we need to reform so that this does not happen again. We need to be accountable to the people who brought us to this unforgivable point. We need to transcend ourselves, partisan, and put democracy first.”