The political climate in the United States has been charged for a long time now.
It’s easy to lose sight of what is truly important sometimes due to all the craziness.
On this Memorial Day, we should all take the time to stop and thank those who sacrificed their lives for all of the American freedoms we enjoy today.
We should also take a moment to fully appreciate those very freedoms afforded to us by the men and women who made that sacrifice.
There are few songs that showcase the greatness of the American spirit better than Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA.”
In tribute to the men and women who gave their lives for our country, Lee Greenwood performed a beautiful rendition of the song to close out the Candace Owens Show.
Lee Greenwood Performs "God Bless the USA" on the Candace Owens Show
Greenwood also shared his love and admiration for all of the fallen heroes who sacrificed their lives in pursuit of the American dream:
Greenwood has always been a true patriot.
He recently did an interview with Newsmax, where he talked about the American spirit, proclaiming that most Americans are good people.
"I see people who want to be just an American. They just want to have a great life and live every single day helping their neighbors and helping veterans."
Newsmax has more:
Country music singer Lee Greenwood, whose patriotic hit "God Bless the USA" gained great prominence during the Gulf War and after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, says there’s a lot to fix in the U.S. with current social and economic divisions but prays "whichever president comes in front of the public will do their very best to help the unification and stop the division.
"The rest of the world looks at us totally different than we do, and sometimes they even laugh at us when we have trouble, or we have something that tears us apart," he said Monday during an appearance on Newsmax's "Wake Up America."
"I mean, rioting, you would think we are a third-world country all of a sudden and from my perspective, everywhere I go, I see people who want to be just an American. They just want to have a great life and live every single day helping their neighbors and helping veterans. I mean, where is the strife?"
Greenwood first cut "God Bless the USA" for his 1984 album, "You’ve Got a Good Love Comin."
Greenwood also performed his signature song following the interview.
Greenwood has left a lasting legacy with this song,
One that continues to inspire Americans.
God Bless our fallen heroes.
Happy Memorial Day.