Beyonce is at it again. At the last Super Bowl she paid respect to the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Black Panthers, performing a song appropriately titled “Formation.” For anyone who forgot, the Panthers were a Marxist group whose leader Nuey Newton was arrested for shooting a police officer. Her performance included a set of only black dancers wearing the Ranters signature black beret.
Following the performance, the Miami Fraternal Order of Police called for a boycott of Beyonce’s tours, urging their members to refuse to provide security to her on her ours. She does enjoy an enormous amount of security, which you’d think she’d be hesitant to do if police were truly the racist murderers she believes them to be.
The VMAs were last night, and Beyonce is at it again when it comes to her anti-police propaganda. While performing a number of songs from her latest album, the popstar was surrounded by backup dancers dressed as angels.
As red lights flooded the stage, each of the ‘angels’ was shot down during the performance, which was meant to be interpreted as representation of police brutality. She was joined in the spotlight by mothers of those killed by police, including Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Oscar Grant.
Those were some bizarre people to choose as examples of police brutality. Trayvon Martin wasn’t killed by police, Mike Brown’s shooting was ruled justified, and in the case of Oscar Grant, his death was ruled an unintentional homicide. Eric Garner’s death is the only one that occurred under questionable circumstances. Still, that didn’t stop liberals from eating up this performance.
Via the Huffington Post
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) August 28, 2016
When Beyoncé walked down the red carpet at the MTV VMAs on Sunday, she did so with the mothers of four men whose deaths sparked and led to the development of the Black Lives Matter movement: Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Oscar Grant.
Beyoncé featured the mothers in videos from “Lemonade,” which was nominated for 11 VMAs. On Sunday, she brought all four of them, Gwen Carr (mother of Garner), Lesley McSpadden (mother of Brown), Wanda Johnson (mother of Grant) and Sybrina Fulton (mother of Martin) ― known together as the “Mothers of the Movement” ― to Madison Square Garden in New York City. Queen Bey also brought her daughter, Blue Ivy, Quvenzhané Wallis and Winnie Harlow.
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) August 20, 2016
What was that supposed to be, a Beyonce performance or a reenactment of the Democrat National Convention?