At a campaign rally in North Carolina on Friday (Dec. 4), the controversial Republican presidential candidate called on two black women to champion his cause. Known as the “Stump For Trump Girls,” Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson first made waves when they endorsed Trump for president on CNN back in August. Now, the “Internet sensation” duo has taken things up a notch by doing “a little routine.”
Egged on by Trump to pledge their public support, Hardaway vehemently delivered a speech, which included an agreeance with the candidates plan to build a wall along the country’s southern border. Noting her happiness that “the media” would be able to take a look at her spectacle, she screamed her support for Trump at the podium as Richardson acted as support.
“I want everybody to know that we stand behind Donald J. Trump!” she said. “We endorse Donald J. Trump! And this is going to be our next president of these United States! The silent majority has spoken, baby! Don’t get it twisted. Now listen, he gon’ put that wall up! He gon’ build that wall! And he gon’ build it tall! And it’s gon’ protect us all! We don’t want this country to fall, do we?! Build that wall, Donald J. Trump!”
Hardaway and Richardson have posted their support for Trump on their website, Diamond and Silk. They have previously agreed with Trump’s assertion that illegal immigrants are the culprits behind mass shootings in the U.S. (insert sigh here). After their rally announcement, Trump only had this to say: “How good? What people. What great people.”
Watch the “Stump For Trump Girls”
make a fool out of themselves endorse Donald Trump below: