from PTSD so treatment of our vets is important to him. He's very smart, passionate and feisty about the things that effect the average person. His early analysis of events have consistently proven to be accurate even when they seem to be going another way. Until 9/11, he was an entrepreneur. Without a formal education, his smarts, work ethics and integrity had enabled growing a million dollar business with 100's of employees almost out of his garage. It brought him into contact with some of the heads of some of the most successful businesses of today and he gained knowledge through them. 9/11 was a turning point in his life. He was one of the people covered in ash that ran from the towers that day after watching the people jumping from them. He gave up his business and went to film school. He lives where the rich and famous come to play and although not part of it, it gave him access to meeting people he ordinarily wouldn't have and his first film was a documentary "King of the Hamptons". He became involved in the immigration situation when he interviewed an American ex-landscaper who stood by the road day after day with a sign looking for work across the street from where the migrants gathered looking for work. The man had had a successful business but lost it in not being able to compete with the cheap labor of the migrants. DML has traveled the country by car from the northern border, out west to the southern border multiple times, interviewing and filming. Some of his early films and interviews got him into TV. No grass grows under his feet and he's interacted with many of the political and media people that are household names. His views became so popular that his followers urged him to run for President in 2016 and he made an initial attempt until the field became so populated he dropped out. I suspect that he may try to run again in 2024.
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