DML Walk & Talk Sep. 20


Written by DML

It’s really fun to be back, and I love feeling better and interacting with the DML family of readers and viewers. I love all the comments, and I appreciate all the shares.

We urge you to please keep sharing! Share every article you can, and share the video of W&T once you get on the Facebook Live site. Or, if you watch it there later, please share it from the Facebook post which can always be found on the DML Daily timeline. Just click the VIDEOS tab.

As noted today, I’m going to save the one-hour Walk & Talks for the weekends and special events. Thus, this W&T is just 16 minutes.

I am working with one of my old producers from Dennis Michael Lynch: UNFILTERED to create a Bill O’Reilly-style daily program in addition to the Walk & Talk. Reason being, so many people are losing faith in cable news. Who can blame them?

People continue to ask me to pick up where we left the video programming prior to me getting ill over the summer.

They want to see more than what we’ve been producing with the W&T. So, we are working on this new concept with my old producer, and we are all thinking it could be beneficial to our supporters if I do appearances throughout the day, especially when there is breaking news.

Either way, we’ll be working the details out in the weeks to come.

I will be back later today about another topic — maybe climate change. Not sure what time just yet, but keep looking for the DML alerts on Twitter and on the DML APP, or by subscribing to the 40404-alert system. Just dial 40404 and text “follow @realdennislynch” — be sure to place a space between “follow” and “@”

Earlier today, I spoke about Hillary Clinton and the Obamacare nightmare.  It’s a must share!

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