They are two proud, feisty and undeniably entertaining black female supporters of President Donald Trump who amassed a social media following in the millions.
Then Facebook deemed them “dangerous to the community” and censored them.
Now Diamond and Silk are set to tell their story to Congress. Will the media pay attention or ignore them like they ignore so many other minorities who support the President?
Donald Trump continues to gain in popularity among minority voters due most likely to the fact the President’s policies have made remarkable gains in jobs for minorities across America. The media has been burying these truths as social media platforms move to silence pro-Trump minority voices like Diamond and Silk who have accumulated millions of followers over just the last year. A poll just this week shows 30% approval among Black voters for President Trump (with 20% indicating strong approval!) and it’s likely the true number is even higher making Donald Trump the most popular Republican president among black voters in generations. These truths are a direct contrast to the media-generated anti-Trump narrative of course so the truth is buried and the falsehoods of a “racist” Donald Trump continued.
Diamond and Silk are the often hilarious pro-Trump supporters who rose to social media fame after garnering tens of thousands of followers during the 2016 Election.
This week Facebook has deemed them “unsafe” to the social media community. Many are calling it a clear example of bias. Not racial bias but a bias against traditional/conservative beliefs. Diamond and Silk represent millions of black and brown minority Americans who don’t subscribe to the far left political plantation.
To silence them as Facebook has apparently done is yet another way of telling such minorities to get back on that plantation and shut up.
It’s ideological slavery – and it has to stop.