YouTube personalities Diamond and Silk denounced the extremist groups that clashed on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia. White supremacists who were protesting the removal of a statue of Virginia’s native son, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, were met by far-left Antifa counter-protesters near the University of Virginia. One woman was killed, and a number of persons injured, by a white supremacist who drove his car into a crowd of protesters opposed to the rally to save the statue.

Diamond told “Fox & Friends” on Sunday, "Neo-Nazi groups, the KKK, which was created by the Democrats, all of these other groups, they were all spewing hate and they were all creating violence, and all of them should be condemned and denounced. Period." She added, that those who do not want to live with diversity should “build yourself an island and go over there." 

"The president cannot be one-sided. He has to look at everything that's going on," Diamond said. "I didn't like the white nationalists, the KKK, the neo-Nazis, David Duke, but I also didn't like Black Lives Matter and Antifa."

Noting that Democrats founded the Ku Klux Klan, Diamond said that statues honoring Confederate heroes should be put in a museum. 

"We can never let the Democrats forget what they did to our country when it comes to intimidating and manipulating people in order to dominate," Diamond said. "We are the United States, not the divided states, and we are one race, and that's the human race," Silk added. 

Referring to YouTube, which recently demonetized the majority of the sisters' videos, "We feel like this is a discrimination," Diamond said. "Our voices are being censored because you don't like what we say." As in the case of Diamond and Silk, videos by Spero News have also been demonetized.



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Spero News writer Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. His first novel 'Shaken Earth', is available at Amazon.

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