Thursday, February 29, 2024

MAGA Personality ‘Silk’ Hints That Her Sister ‘Diamond’ Died from COVID Jabs

'It was something out of nowhere, and no warning. Each breath was less, and less, and less...'

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) At Saturday’s memorial service for Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway, her sister, Rochelle “Silk” Richardson, hinted that the experimental COVID jab may have been at fault for the 51-year-old’s untimely demise.

“I was there when it happened, and it happened suddenly,” said Silk at the North Carolina memorial service on Saturday, according to the America First Report.

“I want America to wake up and pay attention,” she continued. “Something ain’t right. It’s time to investigate what’s really going on here and get some answers to why are people falling dead suddenly.”

Silk said that Diamond experienced sudden, unexpected respiratory issues.

“She said to me, ‘I can’t breathe,'” noted her sister, according to the Daily Mail.

“It was something out of nowhere, and no warning,” Silk continued. “Each breath was less, and less, and less.”

The pair gained widespread public recognition and acclaim for speaking out as conservative African American women on a regular vlog and social-media channels.

They made appearances at rallies with then-President Donald Trump, who paid his respects by attending the service on Saturday.

However, Trump’s inexplicable decision to double-down on supporting the vaccines puts him at odds with Silk and many other MAGA constituents who are concerned about the possible side-effects, including strokes and myocarditis.

Blogger JD Rucker, who authored the America First Report’s piece on the service, noted that it was unclear from the comments whether Diamond was, indeed, jabbed with the COVID vaccine given her outspoken opposition to it.

“It would behoove Silk to clarify but based on her statement she was insinuating Diamond was jabbed,” he wrote.

In another bizarre moment following Silk’s eulogy, Trump took the stage, where he appeared to deny knowing about the duo even though his appearances with them are well documented—including a March 2020 rally covered by Headline USA.

At that rally, a week before he declared the coronavirus a national emergency, Trump tried to reassure the audience that the media was “blowing it out of proportion,” but that he already had dispatched the heads of major pharmaceutical companies to find a solution.

“They’re gonna have vaccines, I think, relatively soon. … We will bring these therapies to the market as rapidly as possible.”

He also joined Diamond and Silk onstage and offered his effusive—mutually reciprocated—praise of their work.

But he struck a different tone on Saturday, saying he had “just learned about Silk.”

Rucker speculated that Silk may have withheld some criticism—including any direct mention of the word “vaccine” due to Trump’s presence at the rally.

“It’s clear that she believes the Covid-19 ‘vaccines’ at least contributed to Diamond’s death. Did she avoid mentioning the jabs directly because Donald Trump was there?” Rucker wrote.

However, “Her speech had a few references that are often attributed to ‘vaccine truthers,'” he noted. “She said, ‘don’t you dare call me a conspiracy theorist.'”

Following the speech, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., who was also in attendence, posted a tweet calling for a formal investigation into the vaccines.

“I demand an IMMEDIATE investigation into COVID vaccines and the dramatic increase of people dying suddenly!” she wrote. “This can no longer be ignored and is NOT political.”

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/realbensellers.

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