DML: I Respond to 4 Interesting Emails You Sent Me

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Each day, our amazing readers send me emails. Today, I respond to four of them.

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I took your poll this morning about the guy who ran over the people during the rally on Saturday. I do not think it is an act of terror, I would consider it more of a hate crime.  When you deal with stuff that has to do with race and have an interest in Nazi type stuff,  I would consider that to be more of a hate crime instead of domestic terror.

DML: Here’s the argument…  If a Muslim man ran his car into a crowd in the same manner as Fields did on Saturday, and if the Muslim man screamed the words “Allahu akbar,” the U.S., the media, and most all citizens would mark it as a terror attack.

Your op-eds are the best on the web.  I read op-eds from the Wall Street Journal, The HILL, Fox News, and so many more outlets and none of them are as good as yours.  You are insightful and entertaining.  The op-ed you posted this weekend about Obama’s tweets in reference to the Saturday event in VA was excellent.  He was a divisive president and much of what we see today can be pinned on his time in office.  By the way, numerous times during the week, every week, I see and hear people on Fox copying what you do.  Now Fox and Friends is doing “ON THIS DAY” like you were doing prior to getting sick.  They follow you on Twitter in case you didn’t know.

DML: Thanks for the kind words. Imitation is a form of flattery, right?

Dennis, I am having a conversation on FB messenger with a young (apparently liberal) over this weekends violence. She had posted a comment with VA governor’s comments and commented: “how very presidential”.  I had to comment that our POTUS seemed to be condemning all of the groups.  She says our POTUS hate-filled rhetoric has fueled the violence.  And it can’t be denied. That David Duke himself said they were fulfilling Donald Trump’s promises.  She asked how I can defend their actions by saying it would not have happened if they hadn’t been there is horrifying.  (What I said was that we should leave our history alone and that if these groups were probably from a well-organized group and probably Soros connected.)  She went on to say that it was like if you hadn’t gone into the grocery store while it was being robbed you wouldn’t have been shot. What would you respond?

DML: The best thing is to not respond.

100 years from now, what kind of history will people see? I look at pictures of Europe with 1000 yr old buildings. If we continue to rid America of our history. what will people see and think about us?

DML:  I take it you are referring to the removal of statues from parks. It’s not just the statues, it’s everything. The America we live in today is not the same as it used to be. For some, that’s a welcomed change. For others, not so much. One hundred years from now, it won’t be recognizable.

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