After Lady Gaga kicked off Sunday’s 50th Super Bowl with an extraordinarily powerful rendition of the national anthem, it was all downhill for everyone but the Denver Broncos and their fans.  The NFL reached an all-time low for its apparent approval of a predictably trashy and politicized halftime show featuring President Obama’s close friend, pop superstar Beyonce Knowles, bringing Black Panther chic and a Black Lives Matter dumbed down message to family audiences nationwide. As the UK’s Daily Mail Online reports, Beyonce led a troupe of dancers dressed as slutty Black Panthers on the field to perform her new single “Formation,” which is being considered a sort of rallying cry for the idiotic Black Lives Matter movement.  At one point during the song, the dancers formed an “X” on the field – an apparent reference to black power icon Malcolm X – and then raised their fists in a stylized black power salute.
You may recall that the Black Panther Party was, as the Freedom Center’s Discover the Networks site describes them, a violent revolutionary organization of the 1960s and 1970s whose members engaged in drug dealing, pimping, rape, extortion, assault, and murder. Their aim was to harass the police, protest against “police brutality” and America’s allegedly racist power structure, and ultimately ignite a violent race war in the United States. Malcolm X was (again quoting Discover the Networks) a civil rights activist, vociferous anti-Semite, and Nation of Islam member who called for black separatism, exhorted blacks to combat racism “by any means necessary,” including violence, and said: “History proves that the white man is a devil.” Great role models for a Super Bowl halftime performance viewed by millions of viewers.  Beyonce was widely expected to make a political statement during the halftime show which was headlined by Coldplay and also featured Bruno Mars.  Following the show, several of the dancers were pictured giving the same salute around a piece of paper that read “justice 4 Mario Woods,” a black man shot dead by police in San Francisco last December.  However, at the same time, to the dismay of many victims, including perhaps many blacks, Beyonce dangerously displayed her political correctness, her callousness, her ignorance of life in many black neighborhoods, and her willingness to exploit black deaths and misery for her own profit while increasing her own public relations visibility with her new song and accompanying video.  The video features the singer lying on top of a sinking police cruiser in a flooded, post-Katrina New Orleans, as well as a black child in a hoodie dancing in front of a line of police officers in riot gear, and graffiti on a wall that says, “Stop shooting us.” 
Rudy Giuliani didn’t Appreciated the Performance
The hosts of Fox & Friends and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani accused Beyonce of not providing “wholesome” entertainment at Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 because her performance was a tribute to Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers. “I couldn’t really make out what Beyonce was saying,” Fox News host Brian Kilmeade admitted on Monday. “But at the end, we find out Beyonce dressed up in a tribute to the Black Panthers, went to a Malcolm X formation. And the song, the lyrics, which I couldn’t make out a syllable, were basically telling cops to stop shooting blacks!” In a later segment, co-host Anna Kooiman told Giuliani that Beyonce saluted the Black Lives Matter movement even though she had gotten a police escort for the game. “I think it was outrageous,” Giuliani opined. “The halftime show I thought was ridiculous anyway, I don’t know what the heck it was. A bunch of people like bouncing around and doing strange things. I actually don’t even know why we have this.” “I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers, who are the people who protect her,” he continued. “What we should be doing in the African-American community and all communities is build up respect for police officers.” After recalling Janet Jackson’s so-called “wardrobe malfunction” at a prior Super Bowl, Kilmeade argued that the NFL had a responsibility to censor Beyonce’s performance. “Didn’t they go and review this and say, wait a second?” he complained. “This is a political position and she’s probably going to take advantage of it,” Giuliani agreed. “You’re talking to middle America when you have the Super Bowl. So if you’re going to have entertainment, let’s have decent, wholesome entertainment. And not use it as a platform to attack the people who put their lives at risk just to save us.” 
Watch the video below from Fox News’ Fox & Friends, broadcast Feb. 8, 2016.
 Beyonce turns Super Bowl halftime into Black Panthers, Black Lives Matter, Malcom X rallying cry, BizPac Review, February 8, 2016