Diamond and Silk came out swinging against both white nationalist groups and violent leftist radicals on Sunday.
A white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, VA turned ugly on Saturday, leaving the nation reeling from the pervasive hatred and violence. Rioters protested the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee near the University of Virginia.
One white supremacist accelerated his car into a crowd of people, killing one woman.
"Neo-Nazi groups, the KKK, which was created by the Democrats, all of these other groups, they were all spewing hate and they were all creating violence, and all of them should be condemned and denounced. Period," Diamond told "Fox & Friends."
If you don't want to live with diversity "then you need to build yourself an island and go over there," she said.
President Trump took heat yesterday for not naming the rioters as white supremacists in his condemnation of them.
"The president cannot be one-sided. He has to look at everything that's going on," Diamond said. "I didn't like the white nationalists, the KKK, the neo-Nazis, David Duke, but I also didn't like Black Lives Matter and Antifa."
When it comes to the Confederate statues, Diamond says to put them in a museum, noting that the Democrats founded the Ku Klux Klan.
"We can never let the Democrats forget what they did to out country when it comes to intimidating and manipulating people in order to dominate," she concluded.
"We are the United States, not the divided states, and we are one race, and that's the human race," Silk chimed in.
YouTube recently demonetized the majority of the sisters' videos, saying it was not suitable for all advertisers.
"We feel like this is a discrimination," Diamond said. "Our voices are being censored because you don't like what we say."