Diamond and Silk ALWAYS bring the heat!
Don’t you just love them?
But besides the sass and the fast talking, they bring somethign else: common sense.
That’s what I’ve always liked about them.
They were on Fox & Friends recently and were asked about Marco Rubio not supporting Trump’s emergency declaration.
I love how they started answering the question. I’m not really sure which one is Diamond and which one is Silk, but the lady on the left fired right back to the Fox & Friends host saying: “Well I don’t care what Marco Arubio says or thinks…”
LOVE IT LADIES!
They then continued and said “here’s what AMERICANS want!”
Right on ladies, that is exactly right!
The will of the people!
They wrapped it up by saying if “Arubio” can’t support that, then maybe he needs to get out of Congress!” 🔥🔥🔥
Watch it here:
Here's more on "Arubio" from the Sun Sentinel:
Florida’s Republican U.S. senators disagree about President Donald Trump’s move to declare a “national emergency” to build part of a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio said he fears the precedent such a presidential action would set. And, he said, it appears to violate the Constitution, which clearly gives Congress the authority to appropriate money.
“We have a crisis at our southern border, but no crisis justifies violating the Constitution,” Rubio said. “Today’s national emergency is border security. But a future president may use this exact same tactic to impose the Green New Deal.”
Rubio, in a statement issued before Trump’s planned declaration, said it’s possible he might end up supporting the move, but said it’s unlikely. “I will wait to see what statutory or constitutional power the president relies on to justify such a declaration before making any definitive statement. But I am skeptical it will be something I can support.”
He sent out an email before the president’s announcement urging Trump to “Do Whatever it Takes to Secure Our Border.”
After Trump’s announcement, Scott’s office issued a news release praising the action. “I applaud the president’s decision to put the safety of our country first and use his authority to secure our border. This is a reasoned, measured approach to fulfill his duty as commander in chief and keep our country safe,” Scott said.
Rubio, who was an unsuccessful candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, has sometimes been supportive and other times been critical of the president.
Scott, who finished eight years as Florida governor last month, has consistently been an enthusiastic supporter of everything the president does.
South Florida Democrats condemned Trump’s action.
In a series of tweets Friday, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-West Boca wrote that Trump “would rather steal money from our military, which actually fights national security threats, for his made-up national emergency. ... Even more evidence that this is nothing more than a political ploy.”
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., listens as U.S. Central Command Commander Gen. Joseph Votel testifies at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Feb. 5 in Washington. (Andrew Harnik / AP)
He said the president’s declaration of emergency “is a farce & his wall is about vanity not security.”
U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston, called it “unconstitutional [and] outrageous.”
“He is jeopardizing our [military] readiness, he will jeopardize the safety and security of our troops,” Wasserman Schultz said Friday on CNN.
Wasserman Schultz said Congress would use “every tool at our disposal” to prevent to prevent Trump from spending money that wasn’t appropriated for that purpose.