Giuliani Slams Beyonce’s Anti-Cop Performance

Giuliani Slams Beyonce’s Anti-Cop Performance

If a celebrity endorsed the KKK, they would be (rightfully) a Hollywood pariah, right? For some reason, however, it has become chic for celebrities to embrace the black supremacist movement known as Black Lives Matter. One such bigot is Beyonce, a filthy-rich superstar who asserts that black people cannot succeed in America due to supposed institutional racism and alleged police discrimination. One leader, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has had enough and has thoroughly called out Beyonce for her rhetoric and it is oh-so-satisfying. Check it out.

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From the Daily Mail:

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giulani called Beyonce’s 15-minute-long MTV Video Music Awards performance a ‘shame’ for its imagery of cops killing black people.

‘I ran the largest and best police department in the world, the New York City Police Department,’ Giuliani noted this morning on Fox & Friends. ‘And I saved more black lives than any of those people you saw on stage by reducing crime and particularly homicide by 75 percent.’

Giuliani previously had taken offense to Beyonce’s Super Bowl performance of ‘Formation,’ which he called ‘outrageous’ and an ‘attack’ on police officers for its Black Lives Matter message and Black Panther Party look.

But last night’s performance was even more pronounced as ‘Fox & Friends’ host Ainsley Earhardt explained.

She told Giuliani that Beyonce’s ‘dancers were circling around her and one by one, they feel to the ground, and there were red lights underneath them.’

‘And that was supposed to symbolize cops killing black individuals,’ Earhardt added.

Beyonce also arrived at the annual awards show with the mothers of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Mike Brown and Oscar Grant – all young black men whose lives were snuffed out by police officers – in tow, in case her message of ‘Black Lives Matter’ was lost on anyone.

Giuliani, who has become one of Donald Trump’s main surrogates in recent weeks, was not impressed.

‘You’re asking the wrong person because I had five uncles who were police officers, two cousins who were, one who died in the line of duty,’ Giuliani began.

Giuliani figured the crime reduction of 75 percent accounted for ‘maybe 4,000 or 5,000’ African-American young people ‘who are still alive today because of the policies I put in effect that weren’t in effect for 35 years.’

‘So, if you’re going to do that, then you also should also symbolize why the police officers are in those neighborhoods and what are you going to do about that and what are you doing about it?’ Giuliani said.

‘Are you, to me it’s two easy answers: a much better education and a good job and what the heck have you done like in Baltimore, when they all stood in Baltimore I was sick when I saw all the politicians standing in Baltimore after the police situation and saying “nobody’s done anything for this community in 50 years” well that is a heck of a thing to say because they’ve been in charge for 50 years and they have failed the community,’ Giuliani continued.

He was referencing the unrest following the death of Freddy Gray.

Turning to his hometown of New York, where the VMAs were held this year, he noted that during his mayorship he ‘didn’t fail Harlem,’ nor did he ‘fail’ Bedford-Stuyvesant.

‘I turned it around, go there now, go walk in Harlem and then flash back to 25 years ago and go to Harlem before I was mayor and one was a place where crime was rampant and no national stores and now there’s a thriving community in Harlem,’ Giuliani said.

Host Brian Kilmeade then pointed out that ‘Beyonce is an extremely popular and powerful performer, and when she does stuff like that, that message to the next generation is pretty indelible.’

‘It’s a shame,’ Giuliani responded. ‘It’s a shame.’

Black Lives Matter is a farce. If these bigots were truly interested in the preservation of black lives, they would be inciting a very serious discussion within black communities about the astronomical rate of black-on-black crimes.

Instead, however, the message is not that “black lives mater”; the message is, instead, that black lives matter more than white lives and that black people should be immune from police interactions.

The movement is not “pro-equality.’ It’s just plain “anti-police” and “anti-white.”

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