Your support helps production of new DML documentary (video)
DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch is currently working to produce his fourth documentary film on the costs and dangers of illegal immigration, to be titled, “They Come to America 4.” We share a sneak-peek below of a scene which will be included in the film.
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THE FOLLOWING IS A SNEAK PEEK OF A SCENE WHICH WILL BE INCLUDED IN “THEY COME TO AMERICA 4.”
BELOW IS A DEMONSTRATION OF THE SOON-TO-BE-RELEASED DML APP 2.0:
ABOUT: 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.
As an award winning entrepreneur who has employed approximately 1,000 people over the past 25-years, DML has created successful businesses of various kinds, and won the prestigious Long Island Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for E-Business in 2000.
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