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Tag: Dennis Michael Lynch
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Nothing like a bunch of Patriotic Americans showing up on their Hogs at a muzzie party.
FYI, He was on a local talk station here, and it sounds like a very interesting evening, with a discussion of immigration beyond what most might expect.
Filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch, producer of two recent films, THEY COME TO AMERICA: The Cost of Illegal Immigration 2012, and THEY COME TO AMERICA II: The Cost of Amnesty 2013, is coming to Traverse City to discuss the issues of immigration and border policy. Both films have been extremely popular with grass roots organizations and conservative talk radio. They provide a visual of the true horrors of what is taking place along the southern border of the United States. Both clearly explain how American workers are negatively effected by our broken immigration system.
Lynch will be making a presentation and will answer questions at the Streeters Center July 23, 2013 at 6:30pm. Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder has been invited to attend, as Michigan is an international border state. All concerned citizens and elected officials are encouraged to attend this FREE and informative event.
Lynch's work has attracted interest from members of congress who have recently invited Lynch to address the press on Capital Hill and to testify in upcoming Congressional hearings. Lynch has also provided expert testimony in hearings held at the Ohio State House of Representatives. He has appeared on Fox News, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Chicago Tribune and featured on CNN and ABC NEWS.
Prior to being a filmmaker, Dennis Lynch was a successful businessman, and In 2001, he was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young.
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
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