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Just now George S. on 6abc, Good Morning America, shared an interview he did with a Russian Pop star who is living in Moscow. George is implying the star is evading FBI and Mueller so he doesn’t get questioned about Trump appearing in his music video and for offering to send women up to Trumps hotel room during the Miss America pageant in Russia in 2013.
DML: They need something to kill the Trump momentum. Ignore it.
I’m sure you’ve seen the growing movement of the #walkaway campaign. I’ve joined their FB page to read the testimonials of people who’ve walked away and there are so many! It’s amazing and wonderful to see. Any chance you would highlight this movement in your show so it reaches even more people? I think that instead of us always focusing on how ridiculous the left is and giving them more attention, we should put the spotlight on the thousands of people who’ve seen the light and chosen to walk away. This will allow the media and other blinded individuals to see that the country isn’t as divided as they’d like to portray. And that many people don’t adhere to or buy into the insane rhetoric of the left. Just a thought. Thanks for your time.
DML: We have covered this story on DML NEWS in an unbiased manner. On my personal website, I did put up one of the testimonials, and I am sure there will be more.
Hi DML. I saw part of a live video earlier today that said there is a witness to Seth Rich’s murder. Apparently this person has come forward and is being talked to. Is this true?
DML: I have no idea. You have to be very careful about who you believe. There are so many clowns out there pretending to “be in the know” and having “inside tracks to information.” That’s not how it works.
Hillary Clinton will be running for office in 2020. You think so?
DML: No. The thought is probably dancing in her head, and she’ll make the argument that she beat Trump in the general vote, but the media will not give her the spotlight she needs. They too want her gone. Plus, I think Bill is nosediving physically. She’ll have to address that at some point in her life and when she does, a campaign won’t fit.
Walk and Talk Tuesday. Dennis you were absolutely hilarious today. Your news is informative and entertaining.
DML: Sometimes the overly silly is impossible not to poke fun at.
Hi Dennis, I just read the email you received on farming. We have been farming 45 years and have talked about the unfairness of the farmers being stuck in the middle of the import/export situation since I can remember. No politician has cared enough to do anything about it .However, Trump is the ONLY one that has even addressed it and after years of waiting and complaining, we need to hold on and hope that he can fix this imbalance problem. It is way closer than we have ever been. Let’s face it –As far as the farmers are concerned,we have learned to live on the edge of ruin for as many many years. It is a way of life for farmers ! Nothing new here !! Thank you for caring .
DML: Thanks for sharing.
Lack of polls and videos for a lot off your readers are mostly a result of the browser as you say. I find they appear after turning off READER view. May want to pass on this tip.
DML: Thanks. Now tell us how to turn off READER view please.
This is a little long but please bare with me. My family is a third generation farm family and telling society that you are a farmer is like telling them you voted for Trump, you are immediately ridiculed and ostracized. It doesn’t matter that you work 16-24 hours a day to put food on the tables of 321.1 million Americans alone, or that you are the only business in the economy who buys everything at retail yet has to sell everything at wholesale and pays the freight both ways.
In 1978 the price of soybeans were $6.42 per bushel today forty years later they are about $7.79 and falling, gasoline was .65 cents a gallon, today it’s $2.89 and climbing, combines were $4,836.00 today they are $500,000.00+, I could go on and on but you can do the math. I quit my job to go to work on the farm in 2002 to help cut the cost of labor expenses and my husband has continued to work even though he was diagnosed with MS twelve years ago and had an accident five years ago that left him with multiple injuries and lifelong disabilities.
Our employee’s are legal American citizens and we pay them $24 per hour, you can forget finding seasonal help anymore because we cannot compete with the welfare system no matter how much we are willing to pay because todays generation has no need or desire to work. DACA needs to end and the welfare system needs to be reformed, we must stop allowing able bodied Americans from making a career out of welfare.
Now to the tariffs, if they continue they will surely put my family out of business and most others who have been hanging by a thread anyway but we will stand by our President in hopes that he will finally right the wrongs of unfair trade practices in all businesses for the US. No other country does more for the rest of the world than we do and no other country gets taken advantage of like we do, it’s time to put America first instead of putting us dead last.
Nothing great comes without sacrifices and the sacrifices we will have to make will never compare to the sacrifices that our service men and woman in this country make every day for all of us, so this family of rice and soybean farmers stand with our President because for the first time in decades we have one that stands for us!
DML: Strong email. Thanks for sending in.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
We are launching a new DennisMichaelLynch.com next week. I’m doing this for a number of reasons, one is I want to separate my opinions from the unbiased news found on DMLNews.com
My email replies, op-ed commentary, Wine & Talks, Walk & Talks, and daily special reports will all shift to my personal website, but will all remain connected to the DML APP. We will send out a notice later this week.
For now, I want to focus on a great photo which will appear on the new website, and it is also included in our photo book. It’s of me signing a TEAM DML member’s shirt while attending a Reds game in Ohio earlier this summer. I select it here as the photo of the day.