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In a recent exclusive news broadcast to subscribers, DMLNewsApp and founder Dennis Michael Lynch weighed in on the rise in coronavirus cases, and acknowledged that the risk for elderly people is certainly much higher than for someone younger.

However, DML said there are steps that can be taken to protect those who are most vulnerable, without having to shut down the whole country and the nation’s economy, and without forcing healthy people to wear masks.

DML said he’s frustrated with President Trump for not pushing back against the liberal narrative that everyone has to wear a mask. It’s completely unconstitutional to require people to wear masks, DML explained.

“I’m tired of having my rights trampled on! I’m tired of watching people knocking down statues, burning down buildings, pissing on cops and not having to pay anything for it! And yet, if I parked my car in a parking spot that may not be totally designed for parking, I get a $500 ticket!” he said.

WATCH DML’s full commentary in the video clip below. (This is only a portion of the entire broadcast. Scroll down for details on how to join the growing movement and get access to exclusive, daily news broadcasts and much more!)

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