Cops Activate Against Beyoncé!

Cops in Miami have just about had it with Beyoncé and her race-baiting, anti-cop propaganda.

According to CBS Miami, “Members of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police are calling for all law enforcement officers to boycott Beyoncé’s concert in Miami later this year.”

“On Thursday morning, the president of the group – Javier Ortiz – mailed out a letter saying the group had voted ‘to have all law enforcement officers boycott Beyoncé’s concert’ at Miami Marlins Stadium on April 27th,” reports CBS Miami.

Ortiz’s and the other officers’ vote to boycott can be easily explained by Beyoncé's racist stunt on Super Bowl Sunday. The superstar performed a tribute to Malcolm X during halftime with a sea of black women dressed in Black Panther attire, continuously gyrating, forming an “X” on the field and giving the “Black Power” fist in the air. Moreover, one day day before the big event, the booty-shaking singer released a racially-charged song, “Formation" in which the corresponding music video was replete with anti-cop imaging, including black children with their hands up, (in reference to the much-pushed “hands up don’t shoot” lie concerning the death of Michael Brown), graffiti on a wall reading “stop shooting us,” and a sinking cop car.

Here’s a picture of Beyoncé's mother and her dancers holding their fists in the air, a symbol of “Black Power.”

Ortiz claims that the vote to boycott the singer’s concert was unanimous.

“Officers that work these extra duties. They’re called extra duties for a reason. It’s because they’re voluntary and I simply will not sign up and many of the officers that I’ve spoken to said that they’re not going to sign up,” explained Ortiz, adding that Beyonce's halftime performance acted to “divide Americans by promoting Black Panthers and her anti-police message.”

Many officers and those who support them around the country have expressed similar outrage. Sheriff David Clarke ripped Beyoncé for her cop-hating racist performance, as did former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Rep. Steve King.

 
 
 

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