Sheriff Clarke Just Crushed Beyoncé’s Racist Super Bowl Show With THIS 1 Sentence
We’ve all been needing some Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, haven’t we? We miss his pointed criticism of Obama, his unabashed American pride, and his lack of filter. He is awesome. Well, when it came to the three-ring circus of stupidity that was the Super Bowl 50 half-time show, the good Sheriff pulled no punches.
His issue was the black thuggette, Beyonce Knowles. You know her. She was the one who had no pants. Actually none her crew had any. As if just their pants were stolen. Oh, but they had their leather coats, bullet sashes, and Gestapo like hats.
They also had her “talent.” Gag. The entire Super Bowl audience, in-person or watching at home, was subject to the chanting of the Black Lives Matter, cop-killing, white people-killing, movement sweeping the nation. All while playing half-dress up (remember, missing pants), as some sort of inspirational Black Panther.
Many of us were less than impressed. One of those was Sheriff David Clarke.
“[Beyonce] coming out…in thos Black Panther type uniforms, would that be acceptable if a white band came out in hoods and white sheets in the same sort of fashion? We would be appalled and outraged.”
Hadn’t really thought about it, but dang if he isn’t one-hundred percent correct. If KKK inspired retards put on a dog-and-pony show endorsing hatred, violence, and death, the nation would be up in arms. Instead, because Beyonce is black it’s “hand’s up, don’t criticize.”
This is what we’ve come to in America. We have come to a place where we make gazillionaires out of half-wits who hate our country. We bash men like Donald Trump for success, and we herald garbage like Beyonce Knowles. It is time to end this madness, once and for all.
Beyonce Knowles has every right to get up on stage and sing and speak however she would like. It is her First Amendment right as provided by our men and women in uniform, including law enforcement who keep the peace.
What the First Amendment does not provide for, is the right to be heard or listened to. That is what needs to happen. No more stories about the black thuggette. Enough already.
Source: Conservative Tribune