Diamond and Silk: Censored!

Apparently it’s still okay to discriminate against black people, as long as they’re conservatives.

Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson have risen to social media fame as Diamond and Silk, “two black chicks who are down with politics,” but now, because they support President Donald Trump, they’ve been banned from Facebook.

In fact, Facebook says they and their content are “unsafe to the community.” What? What community is that? Tell us, Facebook–what community is that? But Facebook says, “This decision is final and it is not appeal-able in anyway [sic].”

Out of the other side of Facebook’s mouth, they told Fox News that they are “reaching out” to Diamond and Silk to “resolve” this. What bunk.

Diamond and Silk don’t need any help from me to state their case: click the video, and listen.

Go get ’em, ladies!

10 comments on “Diamond and Silk: Censored!

  1. It would seem that Facebook has peaked and is on the downhill slope, picking up speed. Boo-hoo. Now I’m done with the mourning period and have gone straight to acceptance with remarkable speed.

    1. “Hey, I got a great idea! Let’s limit our customer base to howling-at-the-moon liberals! It can’t miss!”

    1. Uh, how would this legislation survive even the most feeble Constitutional challenge?
      Here’s another question. Why, lately, have all these leftids stopped trying to pretend they’re “moderates”? Why have they dropped their masks? Are they delusional, or do they know something we don’t know but had better find out about?

    2. My feeling is the latter. They’re so confident in their takeover of this country, they’ve dropped their disguises. Even the ‘republicans’ in the congress – the big names like McConnell and Ryan and McCain – are helping the opposition, intentionally I might add. Planted.

      Dear Lord, let Your Will be done in all things. In Jesus’ Precious Name. Amen.

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