Trump Super-Fans Diamond and Silk Announce Michael Moore-Style ‘Dummycrats’ Movie

The documentary is aiming for a September premiere in — where else — Palm Beach, Florida

Last Updated: June 25, 2018 @ 7:41 AM

Diamond and Silk are making a Michael Moore-style documentary film called “Dummycrats.”

The pair of diehard Donald Trump super-fans who have become famous for their colorful appearances on Fox News and elsewhere announced the news over the weekend in a 44-second promotional teaser trailer on YouTube.

A website for the movie, billed as a documentary, offers little information. But a GoFundMe page looking to raise $50,000 had more details, including that the pair video-bombed U.S. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) as well as some of her Los Angeles constituents.

“Diamond and Silk hit the streets to get answers about the Dummycrats, and those who want to disrupt the Trump turnaround,” it reads. “Watch as they skewer Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Joe Biden, Hillary and Bill Clinton, and so many other Dummycrats as only they can!”

The fundraising appeal, which raised just over $1,200 over the weekend toward a $50,000 goal, also revealed that the movie is slated for a September premiere in Palm Beach, Fla. — home of Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate.

Diamond and Silk first came to wide public prominence during the 2016 campaign, and rapidly became some of the real estate magnate’s most high profile African American surrogates.

The pair is known to have visited the White House and met with the president in the Oval Office. Their Twitter account is one of just 45 that Trump follows.

Diamond and Silk last made big headlines in April when they were asked to testify under oath before a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee. The pair said their content was being censored by the social media giant Facebook, which did admit to improperly labeling their fan page as “dangerous.”

“We mishandled communication with Diamond and Silk for months,” Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said in a statement at the time. “Their frustration was understandable, and we apologized to them. The message they received on April 5, 2018 that characterized their page as ‘dangerous’ was incorrect and not reflective of the way we seek to communicate with our community and the people who run Pages on our platform.”

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