WATCH: Gene Autry Eerily Predicted Everything Trump is Saying In 1942
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WATCH: Gene Autry Eerily Predicted Everything Trump is Saying In 1942

Patriots, if you ever hear a liberal complain about our country, then just sing them a song.

In the 1942 film Bells of Capistrano, Gene Autry sings a song where he says, “If you don’t like your uncle Sammy than go back to your home over the sea, to the land from where you came, whatever be its name, but don’t be ungrateful to me!”

This song is now more relevant than ever as we see more and more liberals complaining about our great nation. There are immigrants who come to our country only to complain about it. How sad!

There is no better example of complaining immigrants than HBO’s John Oliver and Comedy Central’s Trevor Noah. They came to our country, became celebrities, and then they tell us how we should live?

These immigrant celebrities should take notes from an actor that actually had talent, Gene Autry. We need to give celebrities less attention and veterans more attention, because veterans are the true heroes of our country.

Under eight years of Obama, we had a president who did not care about our veterans. How many Veteran Administration scandals were there? How many great veterans were denied the care they deserved?

Thankfully, we have Donald Trump to clean up another Obama-era mess. Obama hated our country so much that he literally ignored the pleas of our veterans. Why does the Left hate our military so much?

Do the Democrats understand that if it were not for our great veterans, they wouldn’t have a platform to spew their awful hatred? We need to hold the media accountable for ignoring our veterans.

The Leftist media loves to paint our veterans as “traumatized,” but they do not understand warfare, so why should we listen to them? Veterans and military servicemen and women are too often ignored and marginalized in our society.

The Democrats would rather cut military spending, putting thousands of soldiers at risk. The Democrats love government spending, except when it comes to keeping America safe. That is why we cannot allow the Democrats to pick up more seats in the capitol.

The mainstream media and the Left have already called on the support of celebrities to help win their battles. The Left loves wielding the Hollywood sword to try and cut us down, but we have smartened up. The Left should listen to a real celebrity, like Gene Autry, and get out of our country!

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  1. Larry

    April 20, 2017 at 1:15 am

    A little long but if you think the republicans are for the Veterans I have a golden tower in NYC to sell you. Idiot McCain, his word for those that voted for the nuclear option, which he voted for, always votes against the VA. Republicans are for the Military as long as it makes money for them during their illegal wars that were off budget.
    Earlier this year, the GOP had a chance to prove that it could fund veterans’ health care as eagerly as it borrowed for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Long before the current VA crisis, an event described as “a gift from God” by Dr. Ben Carson, Senate Republicans had a chance to vote on a landmark bill. Before the Senate vote, organizations devoted to the needs of veterans and their families offered widespread support to the Comprehensive Veterans Health and Benefits and Military Retirement Pay Restoration Act of 2014.

    On January 21, 2014 the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) wrote a letter to Sen. Bernie Sanders endorsing the legislation. The IAVA believed, “This legislation would accomplish many of the goals for which veterans and military service organizations have been advocating for years, including strengthening the Post-9/11 GI Bill, expanding advance appropriations for more of the VA’s budget… and much more.” The Veterans of Foreign Wars was just as enthusiastic in its support, and wrote a similar letter explaining how S.1982 would help veterans:

    If signed into law, this sweeping legislation would expand and improve health care and benefit services to all generations of veterans and their families. Most notably, it would expand the current caregiver law to include all generations of veterans and provide advance appropriations to ensure monthly compensation and pension as well as education payments are protected from future budget battles. The bill also offers in-state tuition protection for recently transitioned veterans, improves access to mental health and treatment for victims of sexual assault in the military, and authorizes construction of more than 20 Community Bases Outpatient Clinics to serve veterans in rural and remote communities.
    Echoing the IAVA and VFW, The Paralyzed Veterans of America stated that “This legislation marks one of the most comprehensive bills to ever be considered in the Senate or House.” The PVA went on to state that, “If enacted, S. 1982 would accomplish some of the highest priorities for Paralyzed Veterans and its members.” VetsFirst, another group devoted to disabled veterans, also explained “this legislation goes a long way toward fulfilling many of the current and future needs of our disabled veterans.”

    Furthermore, The American Legion lent “its full support“ to the bill since it “addresses several high priority issues for The American Legion, like repealing the 1 percent retiree COLA provision, funding the stalled CBOCs for the VA, increasing access to health care for veterans at VA, employment and education fixes, and other programs that are important to us.” In addition, The American Legion explained that the Comprehensive Veterans Health and Benefits and Military Retirement Pay Restoration Act of 2014 was essential to veterans in other ways:

    The American Legion also appreciates the many areas in which this bill addresses needed attention regarding Military Sexual Trauma counseling, additional training and assistance for Traumatic Brain Injury victims, improvements and much-needed updates to the Dependency and Indemnification Compensation program, VA’s Work-Study program, and its On-the-Job Training program.
    Therefore, with so much positive feedback from veterans groups about the bill, it’s only logical to assume that Senate Republicans would do everything possible to ensure it became law.

    Unfortunately, S.1982 was killed by Senate Republicans, with a vote of 56-41 — only Republicans Senators voting nay and with only two Republicans voting for the bill. The logic behind every vote against the bill being Republican rests in the following statement from North Carolina Senator Richard M. Burr:

    With $17 trillion in debt and massive annual deficits, our country faces a fiscal crisis of unparalleled scope. Now is not the time, in any federal department, to spend money we don’t have. To be sure, there’s much to like in the Sanders bill. And if those components were presented as separate, smaller bills, as part of a carefully considered long-term strategy to reform the VA, hold leadership accountable and improve services to veterans, we would have no problem extending enthusiastic support.
    Also, Republicans called for sanctions on Iran to be included within the veterans’ bill, and since it wasn’t included within the bill, they voted against the landmark legislation. As stated by Republican Leader Mitch McConnell regarding the Iran sanctions, “There is no excuse for muzzling the Congress on an issue of this importance to our own national security.”

    So how did veterans feel about the February 26, 2014 vote where 41 Republicans voted against a sweeping bill to help veterans? American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger expressed his frustration with the outcome by stating, “There was a right way to vote and a wrong way to vote today, and 41 senators chose the wrong way. That’s inexcusable.”

    As for Senator Richard Burr, he recently received a scathing letter from the Veterans of Foreign Wars pertaining to his open letter to veterans groups about the VA crisis. In addition, Burr received another response letter from the Paralyzed Veterans of America stating that, “Rest assured, you do not speak for or represent the interests of Paralyzed Veterans’ members-veterans with spinal cord injury or dysfunction or any other VSO.”

    It should not be overlooked that veterans have been committing suicide, enduring long wait times for disability benefits, and dealing with a wide array of others issues ignored by Congress for the past decade. Also, the most indignant Republicans like Sen. Burr of North Carolina have also voted against S.1982 and now blame bureaucratic issues, rather than funding problems, as the cause of the VA crisis. Therefore, it’s safe to say that the latest VA crisis and the deaths of veterans in Arizona served as convenient opportunity for the GOP to feign indignation over issues veterans have faced for years.

    What better way to circumvent responsibility for underfunding the VA and voting against veteran’s legislation than blaming big government? Somebody should tell Sen. Burr and the GOP that we funded both wars with “money we didn’t have” and we should fund veterans health care as enthusiastically as we paid (borrowed) for two war.


    • GMH

      June 12, 2017 at 1:22 am

      Talk about long

    • b mccormack

      June 15, 2017 at 11:30 am

      So many words, so much hatred, you should move, too.

  2. BettyHord

    April 20, 2017 at 4:06 am

    that it seems to be speking of today so much!!!!our veterans should have better treatment than a bunch of foreigners from ungrateful countries and a bunch of fools from hollywood and lazy leftists who think they are so grand….sing on Gene Autry ,Toby Keith, Charlie Daniels and the rest of the real patroits of our country!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Cheryl N

      June 3, 2017 at 10:06 pm

      Wow, you seem to be very knowledgeable about this bill. Admittedly, I am not. But two things I know. One is, many times good bills are shot down because something which has nothing to do with the good bill was added which would be devastating if passed. So they shoot it all down. Or other times a good bill is accepted and we find ourselves being strangled to death by an add on.
      The other thing I have come to realize is we have a “shadow government”. Though it sounds like a “conspiracy theory”, both Republicans and Democrats seem to have the same real goals in mind. I do not believe President Trump is doing what they want, that is why both parties and a lot of “useful idiots” hate him so much. Do you remember when the presidential candidate said he would check with the other countries to see what they wanted to do, when he was asked what he would do in a crisis? Though he was not elected, his climate change, baloney is still driving sane people crazy.

  3. Justina Marina

    April 20, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    I love it.

  4. M. Trumble

    April 20, 2017 at 6:05 pm

    WOW, I didn’t know there was an issue back in ’42. You see it all the time now in the USA. I certainly agree BUT I have one thought in the back of my mind when I see how proud everyone is in this movie….to build this Nation up…they people in power sure did awful things to the Native Americans. To me, that is pretty sad.


    April 21, 2017 at 12:02 am

    We e neeFrannd this now!! Thank you!!!f

  6. Pat McConnell

    May 15, 2017 at 5:51 pm

    This was my man since I was a little girl. He told it like it is we miss you Gene Autry.

  7. Mack Stanley

    May 16, 2017 at 12:48 am

    You can’t be that dumb to fall for tRumps bullshit…

    • Karen Meeker

      May 25, 2017 at 4:12 pm

      Seems you can’t think of anything intelligent to say so you resort to insults. Sad

      • Larry Fyne

        June 3, 2017 at 2:04 pm

        You’re exactly right Karen. There’s at least one like this character on every comment board.

  8. Loretta Puchalla

    May 16, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    I remember well those days when the military was valued by all citizens. Many today don’t remember the “War Years” when suffering was a daily occurrence for families. All, Americans valued those special songs that were sung by the cowboys and many others. I’m glad to know that there are people out there that saw what I saw and cherish our great United States of America. God Bless America and God bless our Military.

  9. Joyce a enos

    May 24, 2017 at 3:33 pm

    I love ❤ the show it put tears in my eyes thank you for showing this wish more would see it .its true what Our President Trump is telling us. God bless you our president Trump.

  10. NBG

    May 24, 2017 at 5:18 pm


  11. Joe farris

    May 24, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    Gene Autry own half of California & Bob Hope owned the other half.

    • GMH

      June 12, 2017 at 1:30 am

      So what’s that got to do with patriots???

  12. William W Miller Jr

    May 24, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    I remember this movie.I loved Gene Autry back then

  13. gary d gwaltney

    May 25, 2017 at 3:01 am

    there trying to take the disable veterans pay away from them. also there benefits like medical care health ins no meds labs dental If they do that,my wife and I will die. go to they explain it better then I can

  14. Ruth Ruso

    June 26, 2017 at 11:43 am

    “If you don’t like your uncle Sammy than <THEN IS THE CORRECT WORD FOLKS go back to your home over the sea, to the land from where you came, whatever be its name, but don’t be ungrateful to me!”

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