Diamond & Silk, the famous Trump supporters, called for patience Monday as President Trump and his legal team work to uncover massive fraud in the 2020 election that could result in a second term.
“I want people to be patient and to allow these attorneys, lawyers to do what they need to do,” Lynnette “Diamond” Hardaway told the “Todd Starnes Show.”
She pointed to recent comments by some of Trump’s lawyers, like Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, who questioned the Dominion Voting Systems, a Canadian company.
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Giuliani has said that Dominion is a “dangerous foreign company” and was used in 27 states in the election. He said the company “has close ties with Venezuela and, therefore, China and uses a Venezuelan company software that’s been used to steal elections in other countries.”
The company denied the allegation on its website, and the Washington Post reported that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, which is an arm of the Department of Homeland Security, reported no evidence of any votes being deleted or changed.
Trump supporters believe the corruption is widespread and have questioned official responses by government agencies that could be in on the steal. (The FBI and its investigation into Gen. Michael Flynn damaged the trust many Americans have in these so-called unbiased agencies.)
Hardaway said she believes that the fraud was committed in a number of ways, ranging from ballot tampering and voting system irregularities.
“It’s the one thing that people have to understand is that we are the United States of America, we are a Republic governed by constitutional law… What we saw was not a democracy. What we saw was straight thievery when it comes to this election. And if we allowed the left to get away with this there will never be a free and fair election in this country again,” Hardaway said.
Todd Starnes, the host of the program, said Stacey Abrams, the former gubernatorial candidate in Georgia, tweeted Sunday that 600,000 Georgians have requested mail-in ballots for the January runoff in the state that will decide who controls the Senate.
“Now, you know that’s a lie and I know that’s a lie,” Hardaway said. “And if she is caught up in this fog she needs to be arrested for election interference.”
Hardaway said that she doubted that so many people in the state would request these ballots and wondered if these residents even knew that they did request them. She said if authorities in Georgia determine that many of these mail-in ballots were fraudulent and Abrams played a role in organizing the effort, she should be arrested.
“They don’t understand the dangerous game that they’re playing Because they feel that they have Obama and the deep state snakes, but a lot of these people got to be found out.”