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DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch has been out on multiple filming projects this past month, conducting interviews for several new documentaries currently in production, as he is on a mission to present the truth on many issues important to the American people.

Filming projects currently in production include the devastation of the Red Tide in Florida, a documentary on school safety, and a fourth film in the “They Come To America” series on illegal immigration.  Another documentary in production, titled, “America The Beautiful,” will focus on the beauty of the land and her people.

Whether DML is in studio or out on a filming project, the news you can trust is still published daily at

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Many people tell us they are tired of the mainstream media and cable news outlets dictating the narrative, telling half-truths, and avoiding the stories and news reports that need to be told.

Dennis Michael Lynch understands media, politics, and business.  As an acclaimed filmmaker, TV host, and political commentator, he understands the false narratives that fuel the news, and he rejects what takes place behind the closed doors at major media companies.

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The following photo was taken this week in Florida, while DML and his son, Denny, were out filming for both the Parkland and the Red Tide film projects.

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