DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me

Each day, I receive thousands of messages and emails. Below are three I’ve received in 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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FROM MARLIN
I think the victory for the GOP in GA, and the one in SC last night is getting totally overplayed by the GOP.   I took your poll today about whether the GOP will rally behind Trump now with these wins in the bad… and I voted NO!  These were GOP seats to begin with.  A total nobody Democrat who looks like a 17 year old school boy came within 4 percentage points of beating the GOP candidate.  This is a major concern because the kid was a terrible candidate who didn’t even live in the district.  Imagine had they had someone worthwhile running.  The GOP gets drunk on their own press clippings.  Sooner of later the Dems will get their sh*t in order and it’s lights out for America.  You watch.

DML: Marlin, although I agree with you about the GOP refraining from too much champagne popping, I say we savor the two victories and pray that the GOP and Trump can get their messages to align.  Lets Make America Great Again needs to be more than a message on a hat.  It needs to be put into laws.  That said, step back and let the sun hit your face today.

FROM GENE
DML, I cannot compliment you enough!  Your new video alert articles are great.  You love making forecasts and so do I. Day after day I always wonder why doesn’t DML appear on Fox News, why doesn’t he appear on CNN.  I have come to understand why.  You don’t need them.  You are building your own and I must say there is nobody or no entity out there like you.  Last night you broke the news about the elections faster than Fox News.  You report on news stories days before I see them on Fox or CNN.  At the same time you do the Walk & Talks which are so personable and interesting.  I like Harlan but he ain’t you.  When you walk the streets it’s like I am watching the news, a reality show, and a friend all wrapped into one.  Then tack on your films and there is nobody doing what you are doing.  I donated $20 to you.  It’s the best $20 I have spent in a long time.

DML: I am humbled by your email.  People like you keep me revved up each morning no matter how tired I may be.  And I am tired today — going on 4 hours sleep.  Reason being is Mary kept me up all night asking questions about the video alerts. LOL.  Thanks again Gene.

FROM BECKY
I am always a day late on your walk n talks. Thought it would be great to show you that if you walked in our neighborhood you would see this sign as well. My 12-yr old Hailee  thought it would be great to share (although your are not physically here) that you are walking in our streets almost 3000 miles away. Thank you for reaching this far and my 12 yrs old is the generation your touching !! We the parents are making sure the importants of community and taking  true compassion to protect our freedom and values. Your words are impacting not just me but my kids. Thank you ♡

DML: Wow!  Thanks for the sign!  For those people who don’t know what this sign is about, the other day I was on a Walk & Talk in my neighborhood when I suddenly stopped in my tracks by a sign left on the sidewalk.   It was from a lady who watches me each day.  The sign read, “This House Loves DML.”  I knocked on her door during the Facebook LIVE — meeting her was so much fun.  I really do have some wonderful supporters.  Thank you Becky, and thank you Hailee.

If you would like to receive Breaking News text alerts on a smartphone or tablet, download the DML APP which is completely FREE and easy to use. Go to the Google Play Store or the IOS App Store and search for DML APP. Be sure to keep the app’s notifications setting on. Another way to receive alerts is to text to 40404 the following message: follow @realdennislynch (be sure to put a space between the word follow and the @ symbol).

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