They’re President Trump’s #1 fans and they’ve been with him from the start of his campaign. The wildly popular, hilarious and outspoken duo have been hitting it out of the park on YouTube with their videos that rely entirely on pro-Trump commentary. They never use vulgarity or threats and their videos are always G-rated (Well, okay, a few of their videos may be PG-13). Apparently supporting the President of the United States now violates YouTube’s monetization policies…
Lynnette Hardway and Rochelle Richardson of North Carolina, whose support of Mr. Trump and no-nonsense delivery during the 2016 U.S. presidential season turned them into online sensations, said Thursday their YouTube videos have become casualties of the company’s attempt to silence “extremism.”
— Diamond and Silk® (@DiamondandSilk) August 10, 2017
“@YouTube @TeamYouTube stopped over 95% percent of our videos from being monetized, stating: ‘It’s Not Suitable For All Advertisers,’” the two said in a series of tweets. “Wonder if @YouTube @TeamYouTube stopped the monetization of our videos because we are loyal supporters of the @POTUS. Hummmm.
Sounds like Censorship to us, which is a Violation of our First Amendment. A Bias Method used to Silence our Conservative Voices. @YouTube, how was it OK to monetize our videos for the past two years and now those same videos are no longer eligible for monetization?”
Here’s an example of the hilarious commentary by Diamond and Silk who are voracious defenders of Donald Trump. Watch as they hammer Megyn Kelly for her demonization of then candidate Trump:
News of the largely demonetized channel comes less than two weeks since the company announced plans to fight inappropriate content. –Washington Times