Trump attends Diamond memorial, picks up tab; Silk insists ‘something ain’t right’ about her sudden death

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Popular pundits and surrogates for Donald J. Trump, Diamond and Silk, got their start in North Carolina in late 2016 with the encouragement of the early NC and Virginia activists who gathered around the presidential candidacy of  Trump, devising ways to reach out to American voters and get them to look at Trump as a viable option for President. Numerous activist groups believed that the two sisters would carry a solid message to women and Black American voters.

In those early days, groups of women with VA Women for Trump were having small gatherings and organizing organic support for the man they believed would win. The Hardaway sisters, which was their real last name, had such an infectious chemistry with each other and were so entertaining that people who knew them believed their audience would grow very quickly and would be very positive for Trump’s victory.

The duo’s videos online, called Table Talk, went viral instantly, and by November 7th, 2016, for Trump’s first NC rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, they had grown a local audience in state and were being promoted by handfuls of grassroots activists who were known to the Trump campaign.

Earl Phillips, who was the NC State director for the Trump campaign, told Republic Brief that he had been contacted personally by Diamond and Silk, and they asked if they could join the rally he had planned. He agreed and set them up.

At that first rally, the sisters made their first appearance with Trump and they were very well received in front of thousands of people who were not the typical political rally attendees, and the birth of the ‘Deplorable Movement’ was at hand.

Diamond and Silk grew to be not only powerful surrogates to Black Americans and women but to many Americans who were looking for something different in politics.

With great sadness, it was announced that Diamond has passed away earlier in January; however, details of what happened to cause her death were not discussed until just recently.

American News Wire Service reported on the memorial service held in Fayetteville, North Carolina, this weekend, with details of how Hardway died:

With few details publicly known about the passing of Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway, better known as “Diamond” from the conservative duo Diamond and Silk, her sister, Herneitha “Silk” Rochelle Hardaway, revealed Saturday that she too should be considered among the list of those who’ve “died suddenly” and cautioned, “Something ain’t right.”

A memorial was held in Fayetteville, North Carolina as a celebration of life for the pro-MAGA 51-year-old Hardaway that even included former President Donald Trump as a guest of honor. Without explicitly laying blame, Silk recounted the final moments of her sister’s life to those gathered, “It was sudden, out of nowhere, and no warning,” when Diamond told her, “I can’t breathe.”

“My husband and I followed the 911 instructions,” she explained of efforts to perform CPR until emergency services arrived who then “did everything that they could. So what I want to say to everybody is don’t you dare call me a conspiracy theorist because I saw it happen. I saw how it happened. I was there when it happened. And it happened suddenly.”

“I want America to wake up and pay attention,” Silk implored. “Something ain’t right! It’s time to investigate what’s really going on here and get some answers to why are people falling dead suddenly.”

As previously reported, following the death of Diamond, leftist ghouls targeted her past remarks challenging the narrative of COVID shot efficacy and safety and even suggested that a November hospital stint had been a result of being “unvaccinated.”

Though not specifically dispelling any rumors, Silk took aim at detractors and agenda-driven zealots who refuse to even entertain a possibility outside of their accepted beliefs. “Instead of asking if Americans are vaxxed or unvaxxed, the real question to ask is: Are Americans being poisoned?” she suggested.

“In the wild,” she contended, “when they want to depopulate and sterilize a large group of animals, they usually inject one animal, and then that one animal infects the rest of the animals.”

In the wild, when they want to depopulate and
sterilize a large group of animals, they usually
inJect ONE Animal, and then that one Animal inFect
the rest of the Animals

So technically and according to the science,
it doesn’t matter if you’re vaxxed or not.

— Diamond and Silk® (@DiamondandSilk) January 22, 2023

After invoking concerns over gain-of-function research, Silk exclaimed, “People are dropping dead around here, and nobody is talking about it! They are dropping dead suddenly and unexpectedly.”

However, not all was gloom and doom Saturday, for it was indeed a celebration of life that included the aforementioned Trump.

The 45th & 47th President, @realDonaldTrump just hit the stage at the Celebration of Diamond of @DiamondandSilk. Honored to serve a participate in such a beautiful memorial. Silk told me backstage that this is a celebration!!!!

— Pastor Mark Burns (@pastormarkburns) January 22, 2023

During her speech, Silk revealed the heartfelt reaction the president had had to the passing of her sister in which he told her, “I want you to do whatever you want. I want you to have the best of whatever you want, and whatever you want Diamond will have. And I don’t want you to worry about paying for nothing. That’s what this man did for my sister. He didn’t waver, he didn’t think about it, he said, ‘you know what, I gotta be there.’”


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