DML Gives “The Tour” You Must See (video)

Written by DML

The term “fake news” has taken on a life of its own.  What’s fake, what’s real?  Who can you trust, who can’t you trust? Americans are fed up with the news networks, newspapers, and propaganda writers who pretend to be journalists.   Something has to change.  Team DML plans to be the change agents.

The media industry needs a makeover.  The plastic studios with blinking lights, model-wanna-be female anchors with fake eyelashes, and teleprompter boys with perfectly parted hair…. they are no longer acceptable.

People are tired of the fake people, biased news, and dramatic voices who sell fear.   The American people want the truth, and they want it from the heart.  They want passion.  They want facts.  They want to trust the media again.

DML is more than just my initials.  It’s a brand.  It stands for something so much bigger than yours truly. DML can be whatever you want it to be.  It can stand for Deplorable Men and Ladies.  It can mean Do More Learning.  It can mean Debunking Media Lies.  Whatever your preference, DML is media you can trust, and the DML brand will never let you down.

What’s we’re doing at DML DAILY will reinvent the news business.  We always think out of the box, but we always stay within the boundaries of truth.

Kindly, and humbly, we ask for your support.  If you can help us out with a donation, we’d seriously appreciate it.  If you cannot, we understand.  We just ask you to pitch in by sharing our stories with everyone you know.   And last but not least, PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE DML APP, CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS.

Please watch this video taped earlier today.

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