DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me


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.


1) From Lenny:
DML, Your take on the wiretapping story?

DML: We ran a poll this morning asking people if they thought Obama is guilty of wiretapping Trump Tower. The choices were yes, no, and uncertain until I see more evidence.

As much as I disliked EVERYTHING about the Obama presidency, and as much as I disliked the sound of his voice, there is a part of me that struggles to believe he would risk the 8 years he served for the sake of getting involved in a wiretapping scheme. Why would he do it when he truly thought Trump would lose the election? Why go to great lengths and risk so much to wiretap a person he believed was a sure loser? That said, I put nothing past Obama. I do not trust him, at all; and because Trump represented the end of his progressive executive orders and overreaching policies, I could see where he’d risk so much in order to protect his own legacy. Thus, I selected “uncertain” on the poll.

I will say this, boldly and clearly… For those people who cannot understand why I complain about the silly Trump tweets, this is one of those times when his silly tweets hurt him and us. So many people are not taking the wiretapping tweets seriously — stating it’s just another crazy, meaningless tweet from the president.

Bottom line, I am so disheartened by everything taking place in America this week.

2) From Reggie B.:
DML, the police in California did nothing to defend the Trump supporters being attacked by the left wing nuts at Berkley yesterday.  Why?

DML: Nuts? I think you meant thugs and criminals.  I cannot understand why they did nothing. If I were one of those people assaulted I would sue the police department for allowing me to get pummeled by punks.

California is such a lost cause, at this point, nothing shocks me anymore. How long until the state starts hiring illegal aliens to protect and to serve?

God bless the brave souls who showed up to the Spirit of America rallies to support the president and the 1st Amendment.

3) From Alan G.:
Mr. Lynch, I have lost all respect for you.  I signed on to your DML APP, and I liked your Facebook page, and I bought your DVDs because I thought you were different.  I thought you’d support our president no matter what.  Shame on your for questioning his use of Twitter.  Who do you think you are?  I’m gone.  This will be my last interaction.  App deleted. DVDs snapped in half. Unliked, unfollowed, uneverything.  You’re  a traitor.

DML: Alan, it sounds like you needed to release some inner anger. I hope it worked. That said, I would be remiss not to mention how incorrect you are. (1) You bought my DVDs because you wanted to see the truth about our borders and the immigration crisis. (2) You liked my FB page and downloaded the DML APP because you wanted the truth about what’s taking place in the news each and every day. (3) You broke the DVDs, you unliked, unfollowed, and un-everythinged because you couldn’t handle the truth.

The truth is, I do support most of the policies of the president, and I do support the United States of America, wholeheartedly, but I am not a blind sheep. If I see something, I say something, and my job is not to protect the president. It is to deliver you news and opinions that help you weed through the ugliness and make sense of situations that unfold daily. Calling me a traitor because I have concerns about silly tweets says more about you than it does about me. Be well.

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