Meet Diamond and Silk


Lynette Diamond Hardaway and Rochelle Silk Richardson are biological sisters from North Carolina and President Trump’s most loyal supporters. They started in 2015 as Video Vloggers, and quckly became internet sensations, influencers, the host of The Viewers View, and Diamond & Silk Chit Chat live. They were life long Democrats, but switched to the Republican in September of 2015 to vote for then candidate, Donald J. Trump in the 2016 general election.  Diamond and Silk started the "Ditch and Switch Now" movement urging others to jump off the Democrat slave slip and switch their party to Republican. 


Standing with the "silent majority" as Conservative women, they voice their opinions about media bias, and repetitive political tactics that Americans are tired of being subjected to.  But let's be crystal clear;  Diamond and Silk are not politically correct, they are politically direct.


In 2018-2019 Diamond and Silk toured the country doing their Chit Chat Shows enlightening people about having the courage to speak up and speak out.  Later that year, they testified before Congress about Facebook Social Media censorship.  Their upbeat political commentary, rhythm, rhymes, and unapologetic truth-telling landing them a contract to license their videos to Fox Nation.


In 2019, they landed a major book deal with Regnery Publishing. "Uprising" was released on August 17, 2020, making it onto the Publisher weekly bestsellers list during the first week of the release date.


In 2017, YouTube demonetized 96 percent of Diamond and Silk's videos claiming they were “unsuitable for all advertisers”, and that same year, Facebook started censoring Diamond and Silk page, deeming Diamond and Silk page was “Unsafe to the Community”.  Mark Zuckerberg himself was questioned in front of the Judiciary Committee, and the two women testified as well.  Facebook eventually publicly apologized and reinstated Diamond and Silk's account.



In March of 2020, Fox News fired Diamond and Silk as "Fox contributors", citing that their stance on mask usage and the pandemic in general, was "too controversial".  They were immediately picked up by Newsmax,  and in August of 2020, launched their own weekly show called Diamond and Silk:  Crystal Clear.   The duo also has a podcast aptly named Diamond and Silk:  The Podcast, available on Apple Podcasts.