Each day, I receive thousands of messages and emails. Below are three of them from the past 24 hours, and the response I’ve given to each. NOTE: I do not include the last name of the sender unless they explicitly request that I do so.
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1) From Lisa S. — In response to the article asking, “Should sex offenders be banned from social media websites like Facebook?”
I completely agree. I worked for NCIS as a General Crimes investigations assistant, during my tenure I was involved with A Joint Federal Task Force for Crimes against Children. The internet is a huge factor in sex offenders ability to gain access to children and stay hidden until their ploy is complete. It needs to be a Federal Law and not a State law as the internet has no state lines and no borders.
DML: Lisa, we received a TON of responses to this article and I’d say 70% of the respondents side with you. The other people believe it is unfair to keep sex offenders off of Facebook, and the likes, stating it is unconstitutional. One reader suggested the ban be in place for a period of time and then released after good behavior. Good behavior? I get the suggestion, but, as a parent, it scares me to think these people are online trolling kids on any level.
2) From Amanda J.
Why isn’t anyone talking about this? Stuart Varney (Fox News) says that @POTUS has added 2.9 TRILLION dollars to the economy #TrumpStrong #WinnerisDJT
DML: The president’s most recent 5 tweets, are: (1) Big dinner with Governors tonight at White House. Much to be discussed, including healthcare.; (2) Russia talk is FAKE NEWS put out by the Dems, and played up by the media, in order to mask the big election defeat and the illegal leaks!; (3) For first time the failing nytimes will take an ad (a bad one) to help save its failing reputation. Try reporting accurately & fairly!; (4) The race for DNC Chairman was, of course, totally “rigged.” Bernie’s guy, like Bernie himself, never had a chance. Clinton demanded Perez!; and (5) Congratulations to Thomas Perez, who has just been named Chairman of the DNC. I could not be happier for him, or for the Republican Party!
I know I am not college educated, but I like to believe I have a master’s degree in common sense. Here’s my common-sense idea/question: Perhaps a tweet about what really matters would help get the message out? We could even get really crazy and send out two tweets about the economy. Go figure!
To answer your question, the president has to do a better job at controlling the narrative, like he did on the campaign trail.
3) From Amy P.
Loved watching Mary’s speech, your speech, and your last Newsmax report. Please consider running in 2020; I will campaign in NY and FL. I believe in you and I believe you! Sincerely, Amy P.
DML: Thanks, Amy. I published the videos last night because I get so many people asking for more background information, and it’s always spearheaded by the question, “How do you know so much about this stuff?” The answer is: experience.
When I explored a run, I put most of my energy into constructing solutions for the issues we face. And that’s why, when I’m on the Walk & Talks, I often offer solutions with such conviction and passion. I’ve thought out my solutions from A to Z. This is one reason why I sometimes give Trump “a hard time” on immigration. I know that without E-Verify and removing the incentive to come/stay here illegally, building the wall and pushing the deportations of criminals will only go so far. That said, I am confident he will crack down on employers soon, and strip the ability to collect welfare. If he doesn’t, the rest of it will be moot, I think.
Either way, God has a plan for all of us. My path has led me here with you and the wonderful people who support the DML team, our websites, my films, the Walk & Talks, and our growing news network. Your wish for a 2020 run will never come true because President Trump will run for a second term. Maybe in 2024, I’ll consider a run, but let’s focus on making America great again TODAY. Thanks!
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