Trumpsters Diamond And Silk Just Lied Under Oath Then Called It ‘Fake News’

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Trump shills Diamond and Silk lied under oath before lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee Thursday while feigning to be censored on Facebook because they support the so-called president. “Facebook censored our free speech!” Diamond shouted out. Then, the sisters claimed while under oath that they were never paid by Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

“We have never been paid by the Trump campaign,” Lynette Hardaway, who goes by Diamond, told Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee.

Filings with the Federal Election Commission show that the campaign paid the duo $1,275 on November 22, 2016 for “field consulting.”

From there, things got worse.

Then, they called the FEC filings ‘fake news’.

And just because today hasn’t been weird enough:

“Subtle and slowly Facebook used one mechanism at a time to diminish reach by restricting our page so that our 1.2 million followers would not see our content, thus silencing our conservative voices,” Diamond and Silk said in their testimony. “When we reached out to Facebook for an explanation, they gave us the runaround.”

First of all, due to Facebook’s new policies in which they took publishers outside and murdered their websites, all sites, including Breitbart, and Democratic-leaning blogs as well, saw traffic flatline overnight. We got caught in that, too, and I really wish Facebook would throttle our page like it does Diamond and Silk’s page.

Look at how they’re being censored:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please censor us like that, Mark Zuckerberg, thankyouverymuch. We’ve spent thousands and thousands of dollars on ads, and Facebook thanked us by hurting our writers. Facebook is not just silencing conservatives. It’s everybody and since they aren’t the government, then they are allowed to do so. Ladies, you may sit down now.

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