Diamond and Silk were the laughingstock of the internet after they attempted to form cohesive words about climate change on Fox News Friday morning. They were at the highest levels of buffoonery. It’s shocking they weren’t chomping down on watermelon and fried chicken as they were babbling.
“You have to realize, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, she’s reckless, she’s clueless and she has a vacuous mindset. First of all, civil rights have nothing to do with climate change,” one of them said. “Second of all, her Green New Deal is a green new scam that we must stay away from. Now, I know that she is worried about climate change but she needs to talk to Mother Nature.”
The word vomit continued: “With the earth rotating at 1,000 miles per hour, okay, 365 days of the year. We’re subject to feel climate changing a little bit, but not to the tune where we have to dismantle everything and start the earth back over again. It’s an absolutely ‘no’ for us.”
They also said Beto O’Rourke reminded them of a slave owner.
“Well, when I listen to Beto O’Rourke, his rhetoric, it reminds me of a slave owner,” one of them said. “Any time you want to tear down existing walls and allow poor people to flow into our country and then work – have them living in shadows, they are working for slave wages. That makes you a slave owner. He needs to look at himself.”
Watch below, if you can stomach it:
Fox News — also known as Trump TV — has Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson — also known as Diamond and Silk — on its streaming service. The zombies who watch Fox News pay $5.99 per month for it.
When the service launched in December, John Finley, senior vice president of development and production, said in a statement, “Diamond & Silk have proven to have cultivated a significant fan base and we are thrilled to have them be a part of FOX Nation.”
Their tomfoolery is clearly over-the-top. Their commentary is loud, misinformed and a shining example for racists who like their Black women to make them laugh. Don’t forget, these are the same women who whined they were living under Jim Crow because their Facebook traffic declined.
Nonetheless, see the reactions from their proud display of tap dancing on Friday morning.