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Diamond and Silk accuse YouTube of 'censorship' after company demonetized '95%' of their videos

Trump supporters Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson — better known as “Diamond” and “Silk” took to Twitter on Thursday to accuse YouTube of  “censorship” and a violation of their 1st Amendment rights (yeah, we know) after the company demonetized a reported 95% of the duo’s videos:


The pair thinks it might have something to do with their being Trump supporters and conservatives:

YouTube responded with instructions the pair could follow to appeal the decision:

Coincidentally, Hardaway and Richardson met with officials at the Commerce Department on Monday to discuss ways in which to “grow their business and build their brand.” From Gizmodo:


YouTube stars Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson—better known as “Diamond” and “Silk,” respectively—were invited to the Commerce Department’s headquarters this week, apparently to discuss ways in which they could expand their business. The pair runs a political blog aimed at promoting President Trump and denigrating his critics.

The Commerce Department revealed Diamond and Silk’s visit in a photo posted on the department’s official Twitter account, which said the duo had met with the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) to “discuss how to grow their business and build their brand.”

A spokesperson for the department later told Gizmodo that the tweet was deleted “‘out of an abundance of caution’ as the department was not clear it had received permission to post the photo”:


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