While volunteering on the U.S.-Mexico border during filming of his documentary, “They Come to America,” DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch interviewed a retired Marine who fought in the first gulf war in 1991.
“The Middle Easterners and the Chinese that I dealt with here, I don’t think they’re coming here to wash dishes or cut anybody’s grass,” he said, adding that “a lot of people think it’s just Mexican nationals coming through, but it’s not.”
He said of the those in the Middle East, “They hate us with a passion… when you’re not armed, you’re nothing but the infidel.”
When asked how soon did he think it would be until America experiences another 9-11 type attack, the retired Marine responded with an alarming warning, promising it is only a matter of time until “we lose a city.” Watch the 3-minute video clip below.
In an effort to continue making a difference on many issues facing America, DML now has two new documentary films currently in production – one on school safety, and another on the costs of illegal immigration and open borders – both expected to have tremendous impacts and help hold elected officials accountable.
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