The Blaze anchor Tomi Lahren eviscerated pop singer Beyoncé‘s Super Bowl halftime show honoring the Black Lives Matter movement, Malcolm X and the Black Panthers “as a way to advance the notion that black lives matter more.”
She said that it “has nothing to do with equality,” and it’s stunts like this that put America in a place that “can’t heal.”
She noted that the Black Panthers criticized the non-violent movement promoted by the late Martin Luther King Jr.
“They committed violence instead,” Lahren said.
She also criticized Beyoncé’s use of the Super Bowl to make her highly charged message.
“A game that brings Americans of every color, background and political party together. A game where black fans cheer next to white fans,” she said.
“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?”
Lahren wasn’t alone in her disgust of the halftime show.
From the moment the show aired, social media lit up eviscerating the pop star.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, an African-American, blasted it as being racist, and former Mayor Rudi Giuliani scorned Beyoncé’s anti-police message, especially because she was given a police escort to the stadium.
One person of note that supported the show was first lady Michelle Obama.
Watch the clip via The Blaze.
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