Beyoncé’s “black power”/black panther salute during the Super Bowl halftime show was a spectacle of hate, with the main targets being cops and whites. The dance routine was topped off with an X formation, a reference to Malcom X, the black radical miscreant who was ironically murdered by his own people.
While the performance drew accolades from the leftwing and black radical corners, people who recognize race hustling when they see it came to a different conclusion.
If the scrunt hates cops that much, she can do without the security.
The response on social media:
Toni Lahren from The Blaze sums it up:
“This isn’t about equality,” Lahren said. “This is about ramrodding an aggressive agenda down our throats and using fame and entertainment value to do so.”….“Beyonce, just like President Obama, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Al Sharpton and so many others that just can’t let America heal, you keep ripping off the historical band-aid. Why be a cultural leader when you can play the victim, right?”
“Truth is, some of you aren’t interested in a real conversation about race – you’d rather go on the attack for anyone that dares question your aggressive, divisive and damaging agenda.”
“Really?” she asks. “What is the political message here? What is it they are trying to convey here? A salute to what? A group that used violence and intimidation to advance not racial equality but an overthrow of white domination?”
“Your husband (rapper Jay-Z) was a drug dealer. For fourteen years, he sold crack cocaine. Talk about protecting black neighborhoods? Start at home,” she concluded.
Beyoncé and her little band of ‘troof ta powa’ trash think it’s hip to pay tribute to racist criminal malfeasants.
She can kiss my bare white ass.