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Beyonce lies, insults police & celebrates violence with black panther Super Bowl routine

Beyonce lies, insults police & celebrates violence with black panther Super Bowl routine February 8, 2016

People were gathered all over the nation yesterday to see the Super Bowl — and the fun commercials.  What better time to inject some serious politics into the national conversation!  Beyonce did just that, during her “Black Panther” inspired halftime show.

Michelle Malkin tweeted:

But the half time show was more than profane and divisive.  It actually celebrated murderous, violent criminals. David French writes:

The Left simply could not stop slobbering over Beyoncé’s use of Black Panther imagery during her halftime performance. The Atlantic’s Spencer Kornhaber called it a “display of cultural power.” Vox raves that Beyoncé “came to play.” The Guardian’s Alex Needham declared that “Queen Bey” was “at the height of her powers.” But the Black Panthers, recall, aren’t guilty of “merely” murdering police officers; they tortured and murdered their own members. They embodied the Malcolm X philosophy of “by any means necessary” and carried it out with murderous efficiency.

Rudy Giuliani didn’t like it either:

“This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us, and keep us alive,” he said. “And what we should be doing in the African-American community, and all communities, is build up respect for police officers. And focus on the fact that when something does go wrong, okay. We’ll work on that. But the vast majority of police officers risk their lives to keep us safe.”

In fact, the National Sheriffs’ Association — which happened to be gathering in Washington — turned their backs when Beyonce showed up on the screen at halftime during their Super Bowl party.  According to The Examiner, “Formation is being adopted as a rallying cry for some in the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement and hit features scenes of flooded New Orleans and graffiti that reads: ‘stop shooting us.‘”

Too bad that Beyonce didn’t read the year long Washington Post study that proved that the #BlackLivesMatter hysteria is baseless:

In response to the allegations of Black Lives Matter activists, the Washington Post launched an unprecedented, case-by-case study of police shootings. After a year of research, the data are in, and they confirm the conservative position: The police use force mainly to protect human life, the use of force against unarmed suspects is rare, and the use of force against black Americans is largely proportional to their share of the violent crime rate.

Well, I  guess a “largely proportional to their share of the violent crime rate” Super Bowl halftime show might not have gotten Beyonce as much attention.

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