Diamond and Silk have released a teaser trailer for their new film “Dummycrats,” offering a few more clues as to what people can expect when it is released next month.
“In the world of politics, stupidity is all too common,” intoned a solemn narrator. “Some people will stop at nothing to take control of Congress, but two unlikely heroes are among us. In the face of hypocrisy, Diamond and Silk will stop at nothing to expose the Dummycrats.”
The minute-long trailer is a mix of b-roll of Democratic politicians looking silly and the duo shouting at someone off camera. An earlier teaser released by the pair suggested that the film will take the form of a Michael Moore documentary.
“While President Trump is doing a good job of draining the swamp, we will be exposing the swamp,” reads a GoFundMe for the film which has so far raised over $44,000. “We can’t rely on the mainstream media to tell the truth about Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Bernie Sanders and all the other Dummycrats that wants to see this country fail, so we have to do it ourselves.”
The latest trailer says the film will premiere on Oct. 15, a month later than an original September release date floated three months ago. The film was slated to debut in Palm Beach, Florida — home of Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate.
Diamond and Silk did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.
While details on the film remain scarce, a blog post on the film’s website in August suggested that the pair traveled to San Francisco to investigate “the poop problem.”
“In the Tenderloin neighborhood, poop was everywhere. Every block, every street, every sidewalk,” they reported in late August. “Piles, fresh from the night, waited to be hosed off by highly-compensated public employees, or worse, stepped on by unsuspecting commuters, hurrying to work to pay the taxes to pay someone to clean the street.”
Diamond and Silk rose to prominence as two of President Trump’s most vocal supporters during the 2016 campaign. The pair stumped for Trump and are known to have visited him in the Oval Office. Their Twitter account is one of just 47 Trump follows.