Patriotic Love for America Is Not Dead As People Honor the Unknown Soldier

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The Democrats think that they have destroyed the patriotism that defines the American people. Their relentless attacks on law enforcement and the military have been non-stop since the day Biden stole office. They sit in the bloated chairs and relish the past as a complete success when in fact, they have failed miserably. And the actions of a few citizens prove that patriotism and support for all service professionals are alive and well within the United States.

Veterans Day is a time for all Americans to thank and support those that have given their lives and time to defend freedom. The 100th anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Solider commemoration became the gathering point for private citizens who wanted to pay their respects and give their thanks for the ultimate sacrifice for freedom a person could give.

The Tomb usually is under guard every second of every day. Active military soldiers have the privilege to stand guard and keep people from messing with the grave. But this time around, people were able to approach and place their memorials on the Tomb.

NBC News states that The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza on the hallowed ground of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is usually reserved for the sentinels who stand guard, as well as presidents and other dignitaries presenting wreaths or flowers.”

But this time around, the public would have access to the site. The Tomb is located at the Arlington National Cemetery and is reserved for a visit on special occasions. But there is no better time than the present to help stoke the fires of patriotism than right now. Joe Biden is content on destroying the spirit of America. But events like the tomb commemoration shame the man who should be the first to support freedom.

The Arlington National Cemetery explained that “The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Centennial Commemoration Public Flower Ceremony, a two-day event, will be free and open to the public. Visitors will be able to personally pay their respects to the Unknown Soldiers. This is a rare opportunity for the public to walk next to the Tomb—a privilege otherwise given only to the Sentinels of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, ‘The Old Guard.’”

It has been nearly a century since a member of the public was allowed to approach the site. Those that visit the area will have their place in history. People could place their flowers and pay their respects to the one person in American history who has lost their name in war.

Tim Frank is a historian at the Arlington National Cemetery, and he noted that “By the simple act of laying a flower, you are not only honoring the three unknowns buried here, but all unknown or missing American service members who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.”

The Tomb is more than a grave;and it is a reminder of the men and women that have given their lives for freedom. The Democrats would love to extinguish the memorial, but they fear the voter. The Tomb has three soldiers placed there from different wars in the past 100 years. They represent the best that have died to provide an environment where people can choose and be free.

Joe Biden’s attempt to strip away freedom and the right to choose an afront to these three soldiers. Biden may attend the events, but his heart is far from American shores as it lies to the east within the borders of communist China.

But his presence will not diminish the meaning of Veterans Day. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs noted that the day is observed on November 11 because it is the day when “an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany [after World War I] went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of ‘the war to end all wars.’” A few months later, the day would become a national holiday—a day when patriotism is revived again in America.