Diamond and Silk

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"“Conspiracy theorist”"
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(activist, YouTuber)
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Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway and Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway Richardson, AKA Diamond and Silk
Died10 January 2023 (Age 52)
ExposedMedia Manipulation
Victim ofFacebook/Censorship
PartyRepublican Party
African-American Trump supporting sisters, fired from Fox News for questioning COVID

Diamond and Silk were American YouTubers who are sisters. They were vocal Trump supporters

They received media attention during the 2016 campaign and again in April 2018 when Facebook notified them they were "unsafe to the community." In response, they publicly complained that Facebook blocked and censored their Facebook page. On 26 April 2018, at Rep. Steve King's invitation they testified in front of Congress about their removal from the community. Subsequently, Republican members of Congress mentioned their case at Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before the U.S. Congress. In April 2020, the two were fired from Fox News for questioning the legitimacy of COVID-19 data.[1] They then became contributors at Newsmax.[2]

The duo is part of Wikipedia/List of COVID-19 conspiracy theorists.

On 10 January 2023, former President Donald Trump revealed on Truth Social that Diamond had died unexpectedly at the age of 51.[3]

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