Most Trump Allies Are Of Low Quality, But Let's Talk About The Black Ones.
In my Nene Leakes voice, "I said what I said".
Sometimes the truth is uncomfortable, especially when it's focused on a particular group of people. That being said everyone knows that President Trump's need to be adored is very close to if not the core of existence.
Many people of all races, genders, and religions and even sexual orientations have knelt at the altar of Trump Worship. Instead of speaking in tongues, followers are encouraged to cosign some of the current President's most outlandish claims. What's worse is that others feel compelled to share similar propaganda that even he's too afraid to say publicly.
Luckily when two Youtube hosts turned Fox News contributors began to spread misleading information related to the COVID 19 pandemic and efforts to slow it's spread; corporate leadership joined local governors in filling the leadership void created by the current White House.
Twitter temporarily suspended the accounts of Silk and Diamond; two black female YouTubers two rose to fame during the 2016 presidential election as an example of black supporters of then-candidate Trump. The suspension was in result of a post that was interpreted by many as encouraging people to disregard social distancing and stay at home guidelines aimed at slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus. To be clear, the tweet below is dangerous and incorrect. We're only displaying it to provide context to the story.