Diamond and Silk

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#Comedy #Black #American #YouTubers

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Diamond and Silk are biological sisters from North Carolina standing with the silent majority. As American women they are voicing their opinions about media bias, political babble, and repetitive political tactics that they feel the average American is tired of being subjected to. Diamond and Silk are commentators on their YouTube channel “The Viewers View” where they candidly tell you exactly how they view modern day topics appearing anywhere and across various platforms, using a common sense approach without the use of the political correctness so prevalent in modern day media. Diamond and Silk speak their minds 100% without sound bites, and often right from the heart, because to do anything less would be an injustice to the supporters with whom their message resonates. [Read more…]
? Part of this wiki because they are pro Trump entertainers unafraid to leave the “Democrat Plantation.”

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The two sisters are quite serious about voting for Trump and want you to be, too. They sat down with Complex to make their pitch.
Controversy has erupted across social media after Twitter suspended the account of a user named "Nicole Mincey" who President Trump re-tweeted on August 5, thanking her for tweeting words of adulation about his presidency. Trump supporters claim that the removal of Mincey's account by
YouTube allegedly demonetized the vast majority of videos posted on "The Viewer's View" channel, hosted by Diamond and Silk.
On Monday, the U.S. Department of Commerce posted a picture on Twitter of YouTube sensations "Diamond and Silk" visiting the department. The pair visited the department headquarters last week to discuss how to grow and expand their business Attribute('href', document.referrer); if(referrerAnchor.href && referrerAnchor.host) { var splitHost = referrerAnchor.host.split(
Don?t start none, there won?t be none. The Ladies are ticked that there are Articles of Impeachment out for Trump whereas Obama escaped unscathed. They let rip in their Bowl of Stupid video special. And they don?t like the ladies on The View much, either. Related
The multi-media duo known as "Diamond and Silk" appeared at a women's event in Cleveland to let everyone know why they're supporting Donald Trump.
So you?re chilling on the couch, sipping on a cold glass of red Kool-Aid, and you decide to turn on cable news. Maybe it?s MSNBC, CNN or, God forbid, Fox News, but all you want is an honest discussion of the presidential election. Just a bit of information you can repurpose as a Facebook post or a clever tweet. And then, boom!
How a pair of video bloggers became Trump?s most infectious pitch to black voters.
Eminem made front page news this week when he dropped a freestyle rap about President Trump for the BET Hip Hop Awards. This has drawn the ire of Diamond and Silk, the Trump-supporting duo behind several viral videos. Now, they have made a video response to Eminem in which they rap over an image of ?
Female supporters of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, including the North Carolina bloggers who bill themselves as Diamond and Silk, brought their message to Winston-Salem today.
Television personality Omarosa Manigault and YouTube commentators Diamond and Silk campaigned for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Perry, Georgia, on Sunday in an effort to woo minority voters.
Black Supporters for Trump: 'Stump for Trump Girls' Diamond and Silk - Known as the ?Stump For Trump Girls,? Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson first made waves when they endorsed Trump for president on CNN back in August. Now, the ?Internet sensation? duo has taken things up a notch by...
Pro-Trump YouTube sensations Diamond and Silk said that Google's YouTube has disabled monetization from 95% of their videos. Their vlogs (video logs) contain statements of support for President Trump and YouTube claims that the content is

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