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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Trump has We Be Sisters. What does Bush have?

It's not surprising that Donald Trump's flamboyant persona would resonate well in the black community but Lysette "Diamond" Hardaway and Rochelle "Silk" Richardson of We Be Sisters have taken that adulation to an art form. These ladies are a scream and they scream and they laugh at their own jokes and in the end they make a hell of a lot of sense. They explain their motivation and their enthusiasm for Trump to Dana Loesch of Blaze TV but notice that in this video and in all of their videos the underlying theme is they want what is best for the country. These ladies want no part of parochial interests. To them it's all about America, first last and always. They view Donald Trump as the man who can best bring the American dream to everyone. In another day they would be in a Norman Rockwell painting.

The Stump for Trump duo introduce themselves on their website thusly and that is all the personal information they will reveal.
WeBeSisters is the creation of biological sisters Diamond and Silk. We are Democrats who want to see America be great again and that's why we be on the stump for Trump.   Before you go asking the nonsense question, let us give you the straight up answer... NO, we are not paid by Mr. Trump or anyone connected to his campaign!  
The only insight into their personal lives I can discern is that Silk likes chardonnay and margaritas. A WHOIS search reveals "Registrant Name: Registration Private Registrant Organization". They can be contacted through there website or a Fayetteville, North Carolina post office box.
When former Dunkin' Donut employee turned MSNBC host, Steve Kornacki tried to pry into their personal lives it resulted in this video.

My favorite video is this one when Trump announced his immigration plan.


1 comment:

  1. I LOVE these ladies. I heard them interviewed on the radio which removes the comedic visual but they are still hilarious. The one sister (Silk?) appears to be the peanut gallery of eloquent "Um huh!" and "Oh, yeah!" They are priceless, really.