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Today is June 25 and I am Dennis Michael Lynch. Below are my opinions on the stories grabbing headlines this morning. I hope you share this briefing as doing so will make you the smartest person in the room, in my opinion. And don’t forget to download the free DML App from the Google Play or Apple App Store to remain connected to me throughout the day.

1. New York City will paint ‘Black Lives Matter’ on street in front of Trump Tower
The Hill reports: New York City appears set to receive a “Black Lives Matter” street mural outside Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan, according to a statement from Mayor Bill de Blasio’s (D) office.

“The president is a disgrace to the values we cherish in New York City. He can’t run or deny the reality we are facing, and any time he wants to set foot in the place he claims is his hometown, he should be reminded Black Lives Matter,” Julia Arredondo, the mayor’s spokeswoman, said Wednesday, the New York Daily News reported.

The statement will be painted along Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th streets in front of President Trump’s notable Manhattan building sometime before July 4. The new mural is one of seven that will be added throughout the city’s five boroughs.

DML:  I am not a lawyer, but I have a hard time believing this is legal.  Furthermore, the mayor calling the president a disgrace is like Charles Manson calling Bambi mean-spirited.  I stand baffled as to how this nonsense continues to continue.

2. Capitol Hill businesses sue Seattle over handling of ‘CHOP’ zone 
King5 NBC News reports: A collection of Seattle businesses, property owners and residents is suing the city over its tolerance of an “occupied” protest zone, saying officials have been complicit in depriving them of their rights to their property.

The plaintiffs, including a tattoo parlor and auto repair shop, emphasized in the lawsuit filed Wednesday that they were not trying to undermine the anti-police-brutality or Black Lives Matter messaging of the “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest.”

“This lawsuit is about the constitutional and other legal rights of Plaintiffs—businesses, employees, and residents in and around CHOP—which have been overrun by the City of Seattle’s unprecedented decision to abandon and close off an entire city neighborhood, leaving it unchecked by the police, unserved by fire and emergency health services, and inaccessible to the public at large. The City’s decision has subjected businesses, employees, and residents of that neighborhood to extensive property damage, public safety dangers, and an inability to use and access their properties,” the lawsuit reads.

SEATTLE, WA – JUNE 10: A barricade is seen at an entrance to the so-called “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” on June 10, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. The zone includes the blocks surrounding the Seattle Police Departments East Precinct, which was the site of violent clashes with Black Lives Matter protesters, who have continued to demonstrate in the wake of George Floyds death. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

DML: Excellent move.  But the officials have to be sued personally.  It is time to strike back in incredible force using proper channels like the courts and voting booths.

3. Black Lives Matter leader states if US ‘doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system’
Fox News reports: Greater New York Black Lives Matter president Hawk Newsome joined “The Story” Wednesday to discuss the direction of the movement in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody and the subsequent demonstrations across the country, many of which have sparked destruction and violence.

“I said,” Newsome told the host, “if this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it. All right? And I could be speaking … figuratively. I could be speaking literally. It’s a matter of interpretation.”

“Let’s observe the history of the 1960s, when black people were rioting,” he went on. “We had the highest growth in wealth, in property ownership. Think about the last few weeks since we started protesting. There have been eight cops fired across the country.”

At the conclusion of the interview, Newsome told MacCallum, “I just want black liberation and black sovereignty, by any means necessary.”

DML:  And this is why I am a stock holder in Smith & Wesson.

4. ‘Occupy City Hall’ protesters demand $1B budget cut for NYPD
The Hill reports: Protesters calling themselves “Occupy City Hall” have camped out in New York to call for a cut of at least $1 billion to the city’s police department budget.

The more than 100 protesters began camping out in front of New York City’s City Hall beginning Tuesday night, and say they will stay there until their demand is met.

The cut would represent one-sixth of the New York Police Department’s $6 billion budget. The protesters say the money should be redistributed to “community reinvestment” like social services, housing, health care and education.

DML: It must be nice not to have a job and sit on your ass all day.  Let them rot on the streets of these cities.  The rest of us will continue on with daily life and wonder how long until the so-called “movement” collapses on itself.

5. Researchers Lower Forecast for U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Even as Cases Climb
The NY Times reports: A newly revised model projects the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 will reach nearly 180,000 by October, down 22,000 from the last forecast despite several recent weeks of rising case numbers, researchers said on Wednesday.

But the latest forecast from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) also predicts that some 33,000 lives would be saved if at least 95% of Americans consistently wear face coverings in public.

The new IHME worst-case forecast – 179,106 U.S. lives lost by Oct. 1 – was revised downward from the 201,000 deaths projected on June 15.

DML: I don’t know about you, but I put ZERO faith in these forecasts.  I respect the danger of COVID-19, especially being someone over 50, but I will continue to march to my own drum.  In other words, I’ll continue to boost my immune system and let it fight for me in the way God intended my body to fight.  I don’t recall God giving me a mask or hand sanitizer.
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5 COMMENTS

  1. Response to: #1 The left DeBlasio and Cuoma are trying to push POTUS into a battle and state he is not fit to be….#2 Again these people or puppets are acting out as told to and have not idea what they are doing. The mayors and city officials are bought and paid for. #3 What in the hell do they want other than chaos, destruction and diversion from the election. I really don’t see too blacks standing shoulder to shoulder with the craziness. #4 I don’t think Floyd is dead and it was all a plan to kick this thing off – defund the police, take our guns is next and then we are in their control. I am praying really hard that this doesn’t come to a civil war. We are the silent majority, but it takes just one of us to act out and the rest will follow. #5 Yes, they will keep this pandemic rolling to their favor. Let’s all boost our immune system, stay strong, get sunshine and fresh air and keep on taking our CBD. Thank you DML for keeping us informed – we love you.

  2. #1. The mayor has no right to do this. Just because we don’t like president, other leaders, doesn’t give us the right to act out, destroying property, when we don’t like what we have. Seek to find better candidates, do something that we can do, attend city council meetings, write letters, make phone calls, pay attention & learn, finding truth.
    #2. I agree with suing, but sue the mayor, other leaders, not necessarily the city. Force leaders to pay or fear they will have to lose money out of their own pocket. If the city alone is sued, it doesn’t hurt these mayors because they don’t have to pay. Make them pay, make them worry about losing their home if damaged citizens win a lawsuit.
    #3. A bunch of demanding cry baby brats. Participate in advocacy stating the problems as they exist, give a possible solution, while asking for other solutions to fix the problem that exists.
    #4. Mayors, do your damn job! Allow police to do their jobs. Send these people home!
    #5. Covid can make me dizzy thinking about it! I’m not wearing a mask, getting a vaccine when available. Wake me when it’s over.

  3. Black Lives Matter is no longer a Police reform situation. It is more of a group interested in destroying our country. Until all these people, which includes the white people rioting, realize “all lives matter.” These marches are dividing us all the more. Do the Black people realize they are all Americans first. Drop the name African before their name. This only separates them from the rest of the American people. We do not refer to other ethnics such as Chinese America, German American, Italian American, Greek American, etc. Do these people realize they are destroying things that belong to them as well as the rest of us.
    I believe That our Government has tried very hard to help these people but they refuse to help theirselves. My grandson taught high school math in the inner city schools and gave up teaching because he became depressed, that if a third of the students showed up on most days he was lucky. There were many fights and teachers were warned not to interfere because there would be lawsuits and bad publicity for the schools. Students would spit on the teacher and use terrible language and threaten them. We all know that most of these students do not have father figures in their lives and that is the downfall of their family unit. Yes we can help them financially, but we can’t make them want to change their lives. We all make our own choices whether we succeed or fail. Men who bring children into this world and give then no love or care can not blame that on our government! It is time they step up to the plate and realize how well they are treated in the greatest country in the world and they would not be get this treatment anywhere else. Yes our Police needs to have reforms and more training but I also would like to state there is more murders of Black on Black. My wish for all Americans is that we can come together as our creator would want. We are all children of God. One last comment, The young black man that stated that they will destroy everything and our system is very uneducated if he think that the American people will ever stand for that. Our Democracy was established over 248 years ago and the citizens of this country will rise up and deal with this.

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