Hollywood actor James Woods tweeted about Trump’s #1 fans Diamond and Silk today. In his tweet Woods asks, “OMG. Why do these two gems of social media not have their own TV show? They are comedy genius
#rockstars! @DiamondandSilk #ComedyPlatinum
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) April 20, 2017
Diamond and Silk are not happy about hypocrite Maxine Waters attacks on President Trump and they’re not mincing any words in their latest (and possible their funniest) video where they brutally admonish Waters. The great thing about Diamond and Silk is that they are able to voice their opinions about the failures of black politicians like Maxine Waters without fear of being labeled “racists” for disagreeing with her.
Diamond And Silk open up a Can of Whoop A$$ on Maxine Waters. "When you come for Donald J. Trump, we are going to come for you boo" Caution: Proceed at your own risk and don't be drinking coffee while watching.
Diamond And Silk paylaştı: 20 Nisan 2017 Perşembe
If you don’t know who Diamond and Silk are, you’re missing one of the most entertaining and downright unexplainable elements of Donald Trump’s campaign for president.
Diamond and Silk are people—sisters from North Carolina. Such a description obscures, however, what has made the pair a must-see act on the campaign trail. Indeed, more than anything, what distinguishes Diamond and Silk from your run-of-the-mill pro-Trump talking heads is not just that they’re black women (that is pretty remarkable itself), but their undeniable gifts for debate and punditry.
Lynnette Hardaway (Diamond) and Rochelle Richardson (Silk) didn’t seek out the limelight. The two say they launched their YouTube channel, The Viewers View, simply because they were tired of being talked at by media elites and wanted to talk back. The first video posted to “The Viewers View” was a Black Lives Matter tribute, but it didn’t take long before the sisters set their sights on Trump. Weeks after Trump announced he was entering the presidential race, Diamond uploaded her first pro-Trump video entitled, “Dump the rest of those Chumps and vote for Donald Trump in 2016.” Diamond was joined by Silk for their next video, a discussion of the investigation into Sandra Bland’s death in police custody. It was their second video together, however, that went viral and eventually led to Diamond and Silk joining Trump on the campaign trail. – Complex
Leftists are perplexed by the support of President Trump by these two outspoken black women. What they don’t realize is that Diamond and Silk are speaking out for millions of frustrated Americans of every race across America. Watch Diamond and Silk, as they call out the problem with ILLEGAL immigration in America in the video below. Through their videos, these ladies have been able to expose the truth about serious social and economic issues that are facing our nation and are only being reported from a liberal view by the mainstream media. With the perfect blend of comedy and seriousness, they have been able to tap into the feelings of frustrated Americans who feel like they’re voices are being ignored. After watching one of their videos, these ladies will almost always leave you feeling like you want to stand up and cheer!
From the Rolling Stone article:
When sister act Diamond and Silk take the stage, though, the audience, sparse as it is, erupts in cheers. “Ditch and switch!” hollers a barrel-bellied man in an “I Love Women Who Vote Trump” shirt, referring to the duo’s campaign to encourage Democrats to register as Republicans.
Diamond and Silk beam back at the crowd. “Oh my goodness!” Diamond, the taller one, coos appreciatively. She cuts to the chase: “First of all, if y’all haven’t noticed: We black …. And just because we black, we found out, that doesn’t mean we have to vote Democrat.” Uproarious applause. “We can come off the Democratic plantation, and we can vote for whoever we want to vote for.” Silk, standing to Diamond’s left, bobs her head in agreement.
Diamond, who possesses the timbre and timing of a revivalist minister, goes on. “We don’t need the media spoon-feeding us a narrative. We can think for ourselves, and we started thinking for ourselves. And in Donald J. Trump, we see a man that never wavers, nor does he back down, and that’s what we love.” She pauses for emphasis. “I love ev-er-y-thing about Donald J. Trump. He can do no wrong in my eyes.”