Michelle Obama never disappoints.
Fresh off her time in the White House, the former First Lady — who said in 2008, "for the first time in my adult lifetime, I am proud of my country" — has sought to honor the Left's Goddess, Beyoncé Knowles, for her 36th birthday on Monday by posing for a photo dressed as the singer in anti-cop music video Formation.
Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland, and Serena Williams were among the celebrities who joined Mrs. Obama in Beyonce worship.
The video for Formation is anti-cop, showing images of a sinking New Orleans cop car, a wall with graffiti that says, “STOP SHOOTING US," and a line of white police officers holding their hands up in front of a small hooded black boy, a clear reference to the debunked myth that Michael Brown had his hands up when exonerated Officer Darren Wilson killed him.
Facing backlash, Beyonce hilariously explained that the video was not anti-cop at all, but that stupid people were misinterpreting her art; "most powerful art is usually misunderstood," she said.
“Anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken,” said the musician. “I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of the officers who sacrifice themselves to keeps us safe. But let’s be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things.”
Of course, this is the same woman who honored Malcolm X and terrorist group Black Panthers — which was co-founded by cop-killer Huey Newton — during her racist Super Bowl 50 halftime performance.
And we would expect nothing less from Mrs. Obama than to honor such garbage.
Watch Formation, below: