5 DVDS for $20! That's right, 5 Documentaries for only $20. That's only $5 each.
Dennis Michael Lynch is quickly becoming one of the most well-known personalities in Conservative Media.
You’re not going to want to miss these documentaries he produced on two of the biggest and most controversial issues in our nation today: Immigration and Islam.
When we saw these films, we knew that we had to get them in the hands of as many American patriots as possible. Thankfully, we were able to work out an arrangement so that we can offer you all 5 of these documentaries at the unbelievably low price of just $20 for all five!
The first three documentaries in this set are a trilogy on the issue of illegal immigration in America. While you are probably aware of the major talking points concerning illegal immigration, I guarantee you don't know the full story. Especially when most of the news we hear today is filtered and twisted by the liberal mainstream media.
And speaking of the mainstream media: the fourth film titled We Ride to DC deals specifically with the mainstream media and exposes beyond a doubt their liberal bias and dishonesty when reporting the news.
Last, but not least, is the fifth film in this set, A Day at Bundy's, which gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the events that occurred in April 2015 concerning the Bundy Ranch standoff with the Bureau of Land Management.
Winning the election in November was the beginning, but we have a lot of work ahead of us to ensure that our freedoms and liberties are preserved for the next generation. And the first step in protecting those liberties is to educate ourselves on these crucial issues.
So please, take a few minutes to read more about these important films. After watching the trailers below, I highly recommend that your order a copy of this set today. You won't find a better price anywhere else!
1. They Come to America: The Cost of Illegal Immigration
"Remarkable documentary." — Gov. Mike Huckabee
Dennis Michael Lynch's debut political documentary focuses on the costs, both human and financial, of illegal immigration.
Brian Kilmeade, host of FOX & FRIENDS, calls the film Oscar worthy. But despite glowing praise, the film was rejected by 30 film festivals throughout the US, and numerous theaters would not play the film. Why? Because Lynch puts an American face on the issue.
Run time: 104 minutes
2. They Come to America II: The Cost of Amnesty
"Great work! Extremely important." — Sean Hannity
Lynch's second film on immigration is an emotional, hard-hitting documentary that measures the cost of providing amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.
So impressed with the documentary, Sean Hannity of Fox News held a one hour special interviewing Lynch and various members of the film.
Run time: 118 minutes
3. They Come to America II: The Cost of Obama's Legacy
This is the most disturbing of them all. The film focuses on President Obama, and how he is using immigration, both legal and illegal, to fundamentally transform America.
Run time: 102 minutes
4. We Ride to DC
Lynch exposes the liberal media by embedding himself into various events taking place in DC, and then showing how the media will misreport the events to demonize conservatives.
Run time: 100 minutes
5. A Day at Bundy's
In April 2014, Nevada rancher, Cliven Bundy, held a rally outside his ranch. Approximately 500 people arrived to show support for the embattled rancher as he and his family went head to head with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The BLM had taken Cliven's cattle as ransom, demanding he pay the government long overdue grazing fees.
Cliven rejected the claim, stating the BLM had no right in charging the fees or managing Cliven's property. The argument turned into a mini war that took place deep in the hills of Nevada.
Dennis Michael Lynch captured the entire rally, including the machine gun showdown in the desert between the Bundy supporters and the BLM. It's a heart-pounding film that highlights never before seen events that took place.
A Day at Bundy's is a film where the American spirit fights the American government.
Run time: 52 minutes
This set includes 5 DVDs in 3 cases. The "They Come to America" trilogy is packaged in a single case.