Diamond and Silk ripped into moron Dem Hank “Guam Tipping” Johnson, who’s fine Facebook censorship solely because they are conservatives who support Trump…
Moronic blowhard and Democrat Congressman Hank Johnson, himself a survivor of the “Great Guam Tip-Over,” made the usual mockery of the House of Representatives by opening his propaganda hole in hearings over the abuse of conservatives by Facebook and testimony by “Diamond and Silk.” [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
He began by listing off several Democrat agenda items that he laments could have been the purpose of their hearings, none of which had been addressed to his satisfaction in the “past 15 munts [sic].” He tells the witnesses, “You ladies are very impressive to me,” which could well be the lowest standard for gauging achievement known to man.
Johnson then attempts to shame them for being successful for a period of time before Mark Suckerberg snared them in his anti-conservative crusade, saying, “You’ve made a ton of money off of Facebook, isn’t that correct?” Johnson has likely made a ton of money for just allowing himself to be influenced by payola and graft from little Markie, as have many of his sellout peers. Does he really want to go there?
Diamond responded, “Absolutely not, because Facebook censored us for six months.” Johnson continued, “Now Donald Trump introduced you all at a rally last year, and he introduced ya’ll saying that you were very popular and you had made a ton of money based on your affiliation with him, isn’t that correct?”
He refuses to allow her to speak, saying, “Hold on one second, ma’am. The point I’m trying to make [in his lecture, not at all interested in what she has to say but merely in demeaning her] is that you all have been bashing Facebook and you’ve been making a ton of money, isn’t that correct?” As long as they’re making some money, and it doesn’t impact libtards, Johnson has no problem with political censorship.
Finally having had enough of his condescending elitist domination of the exchange, the pair reply in unison, talking over his filibuster and giving it to him with both barrels. Diamond replies, “No, no, no, no, we didn’t bash Facebook. What we did was we brought it to the light on how Facebook has been censoring conservative voices like ourselves for six months, 29 days, 5 hours, 43 minutes and 40 seconds.”
Johnson further tries to vilify the capitalism success of the pair and dismissing their legitimacy in doing so, stating “so they been messin wit cho money then.” Silk joins in the discussion noting that they have also been demonitized by YouTube with their conservative views being labeled as “hate speech,” a point again completely ignored by the Democrat.
He says, “But you’re still selling merchandise.” That was it, his political corruption crossed the line with that comment. Diamond said, “Well, even if we sell merchandise that don’t have anything to do with Facebook. Facebook censored our free speech. And shame on the ones that don’t even see that we have been censored.”
She nails it, saying, “Yet, when the Black Lives Matter people complain about it, oh, everybody is up in arms. Let me just say this here. If the shoe was on the other foot and Mark Suckerberg was a conservative and we were liberals, oh, all fences and all chains would have broke loose, you know it and I know it. But what I find appalling is that these Democrats, they don’t want to take up for our voices, because we support the President.”
Silk injects, “Democrats would be in the street right now marching and calling them all type of racists. That’s what you would be doing right now.
Johnson then attempts to deliver a self-aggrandizing sucker punch to the duo, saying, “We’re giving you a tremendous platform with this hearing, [and we’re going to ignore everything you said in support of the cash cow Suckerberg], to make a ton of money when it’s over.”
The remind the swamp tool “That’s what it’s supposed to be about, the attainment of the American dream. We are African-American women. If illegal aliens can come over here and build businesses, why can’t we, and we were born on this soil?”
She adds, “Oh, you don’t have a right to silence my voice. Absolutely not.”
Dung Heap Hank makes one last moronic, sexist observation, saying, “I’ve always heard that diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” Diamond says they are and they’re hard too. She tells him, “You’re not going to brush us off and dismiss us like we don’t have merit here. These people censor us for no reason. They put limitations on our page for no reason and that was wrong.”
Of course what the pompous ass never got around to addressing in his self-glorification session was the fact that every other conservative in addition to these two ladies has also had their voice silenced. The smug chairman, Bob Goodlatte, doesn’t seem too interested in that fact either. Not only Hank Johnson, but most of our government, is nothing more than a sad joke being played on the American people.
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