As anyone with even a sliver of common sense left could’ve predicted, cops weren’t too happy about Beyoncé’s Super Bowl performance, which honored the Black Panthers.
Liberals apparently don’t even know the murderous history of the Panthers. I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt, because they’re able to defend them as warriors for civil rights with a straight face.
But you’d think they’d do more research into their heroes. Black Panther member Assata Shakur has been a figure which partially inspired the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and chants quoting her writings can be heard at their protests. I guess they forgot about those first and second degree murder charges she racked up for herself.
Quote understandably, Beyoncé is now having trouble finding police to provide security at her events. Officers in Tampa and Miami are openly boycotting her shows.
As The Blaze is reporting, the only “security” stepping up to protect her is from a radical source themselves:Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan offered strong praise for Beyoncé’s controversial Super Bowl performance, offering the singer protection from the Fruit of Islam, the Nation of Islam’s male-only paramilitary wing, in lieu of police protection. “She started talking that black stuff and white folks said, ‘We don’t know how to deal with that.’ … You gonna picket? You’re not gonna offer her police protection? But the FOI [Fruit of Islam] will,” Farrakhan said during a speech on Saviour’s Day this weekend.
The line received thunderous applause and a standing ovation.
Farrakhan also mocked former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who said Beyoncé was using the Super Bowl platform to “attack people who put their lives at risk to save us.”
Last summer, the Fruit of Islam protected rappers Jay Electronica and Jay Z during their performances at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival, according to Complex.
It’s ironic, because some folks might think they need to protect themselves AGAINST Farrakhan and his cronies.
[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]