Sign up for our newsletter

Dennis Michael Lynch will be hosting his video podcast Wednesday morning on TeamDML.com. The show will be available live to TeamDML members, and available to the public as an audio-only podcast Wednesday afternoon. Below is a sneak preview of some of the hot topics DML will be discussing. This is a show you don’t want to miss!

Sign up for our daily email newsletters, and don’t forget to follow DML on TwitterYouTubeFacebook, and Instagram.

1 – Biden’s Florida visit filled with gaffes
Joe Biden campaigned in Florida on Tuesday, and made several major gaffes.

After his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, slipped up Monday and used the phrase, “Harris administration, together with Joe Biden,” Biden himself did the same thing on Tuesday.

Biden also raised eyebrows on Tuesday evening over his attempt to appeal to Hispanic voters at a campaign event in Kissimmee, Fla. When Biden approached the podium, he paused and reached for his phone in his pocket. He then held his phone to the microphone, which began playing the 2017 hit song “Despacito” from Fonsi, who had introduced him.

  • The Sun describes the lyrics of the song as “filth”: The title of the song, which features Justin Bieber on the remix, translates as “Slowly”, and describes the pursuit of a love interest.

2 – Harvard Hires PLO Executive to Mentor Students
The Clarion Project reports: Harvard University named Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat — who serves as secretary general of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) — as a fellow at the Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

Erekat, a man who called random stabbing attacks on Israeli citizens by Palestinian terrorists “self-defense,” will be charged with mentoring students and giving seminars in the school’s “The Future of Diplomacy Project.”

PLO member Erekat is one of four new fellows appointed by the school to the project. Commenting on the appointments, faculty chair Nicholas Burns said that the new fellows “will strengthen our capacity to learn the lessons of effective diplomacy and statecraft.”

The film asks, among other questions, what type of return on their investments are these foreign governments getting from their donations to American universities?

  • The Palestine Liberation Organization was founded in 1964 with the purpose of “liberating Palestine” through armed struggle.
  • The PLO was considered by the United States to be a terrorist organization until the Madrid Conference in 1991.
  • In 1993, the PLO ostensibly recognized the right of Israel to exist, yet continued to perpetrate terror attacks against Israel.
  • In 2015, Erekat compared Israel to ISIS saying, “There is no difference between the terrorism practiced by the group led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Israel’s terrorism”

Erekat recently condemned the peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emerites. He slammed the UAE’s move as a “poisoned dagger in the Palestinian back”.

3 – High school football players suspended after carrying ‘thin blue line,’ ‘thin red line’ flags onto field
Two high school football players in Ohio were suspended from their team after carrying flags supporting police and firefighters onto the field before their game on the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Little Miami High School football players Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley led their team onto the field before their game on Friday carrying the flags after being denied permission from school officials to do so. The boys were suspended from their team indefinitely on Monday, Cincinnati’s Local 12, a CBS affiliate, reported.

Williams and Bentley, both seniors, denied that the move was political and said their intent was to honor those who died on 9/11. Both Williams and Bentley are the sons of first responders—Williams’s father is a police officer, and Bentley’s is a firefighter.

Williams and Bentley were suspended from the team indefinitely on Monday afternoon.  However, after a public outcry fueled by media attention, the board of education and district administrators eventually agreed – overturning the athletic director’s suspension on Tuesday.

4 – LANCASTER, PA – Judge throws the book at protesters after Lancaster riots, holds them at $1MIL bail each.
A Pennsylvania judge threw the book at several protesters – setting their bail at $1 million each – for allegedly rioting in the wake of the police shooting of a knife-wielding Lancaster man. Lancaster police nabbed a dozen people and one juvenile for staging the riots around 3 a.m. Monday in clashes that culminated in police deploying tear gas at the crowd.

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Protesters take to the streets during President Trump’s town hall.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Hundreds of protesters exchanged chants and barbs with the far-outnumbered supporters of President Donald Trump from late afternoon into the night Tuesday outside the National Constitution Center, where Trump participated in a town-hall meeting, but no major physical clashes or arrests were reported by the time he left town.

The protesters, led by Refuse Fascism, a national organization that has become a regular presence at appearances by Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, chanted “We will not stop until they are gone” and held signs reading “No to fascism” and “Hate never made us great” amid rush-hour traffic on Market Street.

Protesters carried at Trump effigy through the streets, depicting Trump as a devil with horns, while holding a Bible in his hand.

They harassed white people eating dinner outside:

One woman totally lost it:

5 – Trump holds town hall in Philadelphia
NBC Philadelphia: President Donald Trump took part in a town hall-style event at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Tuesday night.

The event, hosted by ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, was a warmup of sorts before Trump faces Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the first presidential debate on Sept. 29. Taped at the National Constitution Center, it featured Trump taking questions from an audience of just 21 voters to comply with state and local coronavirus regulations.

Trump responded to a question about police brutality:

Trump also responded to a question about his firing of James Mattis, John Kelly, and John Bolton:

6 – Debra Messing Calls Trump ‘Rapist,’ ‘Pedophile’ and Receives No Twitter Fact Check
Hollywood actress Debra Messing called President Donald Trump a “rapist” and a “pedophile” on Twitter Tuesday, and repeatedly posted the hashtags #TrumpIsARapist and #TrumpisaPedo in what appears like an attempt to get the smears trending on the social media platform.

Twitter hasn’t issued a fact-check on Messing’s tweet and the company’s communications department didn’t respond to a query from Breitbart News. The social media giant has been cracking down on President Trump by fact checking and even blocking some of his tweets, claiming that they are inaccurate or contain misleading information about election rules.

Wednesday morning, she pushed out a tweet about Trump and Jeffrey Epstein.

  • In the past, Messing has blamed Trump for American deaths from coronavirus
  • Likened him to Adolph Hitler
  • Called Jared and Ivanka “national security threats”

Be sure you have the latest version of the free DML News App downloaded to your phone.

1 COMMENT

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here