Police Groups Retaliate Against Beyonce By Doing This

Actions have consequences. And in the case of Beyoncé’s racist anti-police, pro-violence Super Bowl halftime act, those consequences are that the police don’t want to sign up to be security for her shows. For those who may not know, the Black Panthers and Malcom X, both of whom Beyoncé AND Bruno Mars honored during the Super bowl, advocated for violence as the way to effect societal change. They didn’t and don’t care who has to get hurt to make their point. Apparently to them, not all lives matter. Read on to see what police are saying.

Police unions in the United States of America are asking their members to boycott Beyonce by refusing to volunteer to help provide security at her upcoming concerts.

The superstar has found herself at the centre of controversy after releasing the highly political music video for Formation, and later performing at the Super Bowl with dancers dressed as the Black Panthers – a radical black civil rights group in the sixties and seventies who practiced militant self-defense against the government.

And now some police unions have taken to airing their ‘disgust’ at Beyonce’s statements as they urge police not to help out at her concerts.

Javier Ortiz, president of the Miami union, said: ‘Beyonce used this year’s Super Bowl to divide Americans by promoting the Black Panthers and her anti-police message shows how she does not support law enforcement.’

And the Tampa Police Benevolent Association said in a statement that they are ‘disgusted with Beyonce’s performance on the night of the Super Bowl and equally disgusted with her new video Formation.’

‘The PBA does not support any artist who spreads an anti-police message,’ a statement said.

Sgt. Danny Hale, president of the Nashville Fraternal Order of Police, said: ‘It’s pretty obvious there’s an anti-policing sentiment in her messages.’

In a statement, he added: ‘If we volunteer to work her event, we’re basically saying you can say or do anything you want to when it comes to police officers and we’re just going to sit and take it. We’ve been under attack for the past eight, 10, 12 months. Some things that are done and said are just not fair, and it’s not right.

‘All lives matter, including law enforcement officers and citizens, no matter their race.’

If Beyoncé wants to promote violence, she’s no better than any other thug on the planet. Healing only begins when everyone, including Beyoncé and the New Black Panthers, lays down their weapons, their violence, their extreme racist ideology. Racism isn’t healed by racist Super Bowl halftime shows. It doesn’t take strength of character to dance around and use your fame to promote violence, but it does to promote peace and healing, acceptance and the understanding that ALL lives matter. You reap what you sow. And if you sow hatred, hatred you will reap.

Sonja Bochow

Sonja Bochow

I live in Newark, DE, am married, and the mother of four children; Liam, Brenna, Keira and Erin. I am also a full time Bible teacher and have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from West Chester University.

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