Donald Trump — Diehard Supporters Diamond & Silk Claim Coronavirus Deaths Are Exaggerated ‘To Make Him Look Bad’ [WATCH]
Diamond and Silk, political activists and Fox Nation hosts known for their shameless support for President Donald Trump, are now making claims that the number of coronavirus deaths is being boosted to put him in a negative light.
Diamond and Silk (whose real names are Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson) are said on an Instagram video,
“In a matter of two weeks, over a thousand people supposedly died from coronavirus, in a two-week time period, over a time period, after being tested positive have died from the coronavirus. But it took 39 days, from January all the way up to February the 29th I believe, for the first person to die.”
Diamond & Silk are speculating coronavirus deaths are being inflated to make Trump look bad pic.twitter.com/hBnB7422UP
— Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) March 30, 2020
“Here’s another thing, my president said, on March 24th, Tuesday of this past week… that he would love for America to be back up and running. At the time he said it, there was 25,489 cases with 307 deaths. Instantaneously, you had the media calling president Trump out… He wants this opened by Easter. I said ‘Now watch the number of deaths go up. Watch everything increase because they want to make him look bad in front of our eyes.”
She then alleged that her theory was correct.
“Here it is five days later, as of yesterday, it jumped from 25,489 cases up to 121,478 cases. It went from 307 deaths to 2,026 deaths in five days. And the media is reporting that now the USA is #1 now wit the number of cases.”
It didn’t take long for their comments to start trending on Twitter.
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