Diamond and Silk get the axe: Google, Facebook and YouTube on black censorship RAMPAGE to silence all pro-Trump voices by any means possible

Friday, August 11, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Thursday, August 10, 2017

Controversy has erupted across social media after Twitter suspended the account of a user named “Nicole Mincey” who President Trump re-tweeted on August 5, thanking her for tweeting words of adulation about his presidency. Trump supporters claim that the removal of Mincey’s account by Twitter is a blatant act of censorship, which would seem to follow the trend of Google, Facebook and many others that have done the same thing over the past year.

And now, YouTube has just demonetized 95% of the videos of “Diamond and Silk,” two African-American Trump supporters who gained fame in the 2016 election for their entertaining and energetic videos in support of Donald Trump. The message from the alt-left “techno tyrants” is very clear: Any who support Trump will be discriminated against, censored and silenced into oblivion.

President Trump’s re-tweet of the Mincey tweet was already showing an “Account suspended” message just hours after it was originally published on Saturday to Mincey’s Twitter account, which bears the name “ProTrump45” for an online Donald Trump merchandise store that supposedly operates out of New Jersey. Mincey described herself as a black, conservative woman who used to be a liberal. Her Twitter account, both supporters and critics alike seem to agree, was seized upon by the president to show that his base is comprised of people from both sexes and of many different races.

It was a simple gesture that turned into a huge ordeal after Mincey’s account disappeared, with one side claiming censorship and the other alleging that the account wasn’t even real, and that it was operating as a “bot.” Even mainstream media outlets were quick to deny this bot claim, however, suggesting that a woman by the name of Nicole “Mincy” – without the e – is, in fact, a real person and a college student from New Jersey whose identity was stolen (or who may have been working for a pro-Trump social media outfit).

The “Nicole Mincey” ordeal is suspicious, especially considering that the address apparently linked to her social media accounts, which have since disappeared, originates at the mail room of Saint Peter’s University, a Jesuit college in Jersey City where the real “Nicole Mincy” attends classes. At the same time, Twitter’s removal of the ProTrump45 account that the president retweeted is seen by some, including Prison Planet‘s Paul Joseph Watson, as constituting evidence of social media’s bias against President Trump.

“The woman who Trump quote-tweeted over the weekend has had her account suspended by Twitter,” Watson tweeted on August 7. “Just a coincidence,” he sarcastically added, emphasizing his frustration with this embarrassment to the president.

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