While most mainstream news are reporting on the event sporadically, reports say, from those like, Dennis Michael Lynch ("DML"), a producer of films and gives live presentations about the issues facing America, reported exclusively of what he saw and said the event was a huge success.
Lynch said, “The VET march was a huge success. Thousands of people attended. I opened the ceremony with a short speech. Then other spoke including Palin and Cruz. The vets took down the barricades and tossed them in a pile near the street. Then the truckers came in. It was simply insane it was so cool.”
“Then the cops tried to block the truckers. That's when things started to get loud. Every VET was cool, calm and collected despite the BS being put forward by the police. Then a taxi driver got pissed because of the traffic, got out of his car, and started fighting with the VETS. I captured all of this. The VETS showed unbelievable restraint.”
Lynch presented a very short video, due to his cellphone going dead, toward the end of the rally when police interjected themselves when barricades were stacked in front of the White House.
Lynch explained the clash between the police and veterans.
“When they got to the White House they stacked the barricades. It was wild. The police came in, they demanded we move away from the fence. But nobody was doing anything wrong? It was peaceful. However they used force,” said Lynch.
“I was literally right there the entire time. Not 10 feet back, not 20 feet to the side.... RIGHT IN THERE. I had words with one cop who hit me. If FOX doesn't use the video, I will. It has profanity but I was protecting a little boy who was being trampled. LET ME SAY THIS LOUD AND CLEAR... The VETS and the protestors were not violent. They were honest, true, and respectful to those around them and NEVER ONCE did anyone lift a hand. I swear on my life.”
Lynch said he will be on the Megan Kelly show on Fox News on Monday at 9 p.m. eastern time for more coverage of what he saw.
Meanwhile, Joe Newby, the Spokane Conservative Examiner reported on another brief clash between the police and the veterans in which police were ready to use batons but the veterans posed no threat and the police backed off.