Watch: Black Lives Matter Supporter Called Her A ‘Donkey’ And She Refused To Take It- ‘Now It’s My Turn’

Sparks flew when The Blaze’s Tomi Lahren invited radio personality Charlamagne Tha God on her program Monday to discuss their differences regarding Black Lives Matter and Beyonce’s recent Super Bowl halftime performance.

Tha God named Lahren the “Donkey of the Day” on his radio program for commentary she offered about Beyonce’s tribute to Malcolm X and the Black Panthers at Super Bowl 50.

Regarding the performance, Lahren said, “This isn’t about equality, this is about ramrodding an aggressive agenda down our throats and using fame and entertainment value to do so.”

On her program Monday, the Blaze TV host told Tha God, “When you go to the Super Bowl and you’re celebrating a day when everyone to come together, you don’t stand up and salute a terrorist organization like the Black Panthers.”  

“I would never support a group that was a White Supremacist group or any other group — I don’t condone that. There are better leaders than Malcolm X and the Black Panthers,” she added. 

Tha God disagreed about her characterizations, saying both “wanted to see black people liberated.” He added, “You may not agree with their methods, but, guess what, we don’t always agree with all the methods that America uses at times.” 

“They committed acts of terror. They were a group that responded with violence, to violence, with violence,” Lahren responded. “I don’t believe that’s the way, Martin Luther King didn’t believe that was the way.”

Ultimately, Charlamagne Tha God asked Lahren, “Why are you trying to deflect from what Beyoncé was trying to bring attention to, which is police brutality?” He contended that people should not have viewed her performance of Formation, as anti-police, but anti-police brutality. 

As reported by Western Journalism, the music video for and the lyrics of Formation contain strong Black Lives Matter references.

Regarding the Blacks Lives Matter, the radio host charged that Lahren was “lying,” because she is “saying all the Black Lives Matter movement is wrong because you may have a few bad apples.”

Lahren replied, “There are several who have great intentions, but the movement has changed. It has become something that has been a method of intimidation, and it’s led to de-policing, and you and I can disagree about this all day long,” but pointed out a message coming from Black Lives Matter supporters are shouts of “Death to the Police.” 

WATCH: News Anchor Gets Fed Up With Beyonce, Drops EPIC Truth Bomb Everyone Should Hear

Tomi Lahren, host of TheBlaze’s Tomi, was among the many conservative pundits to criticize Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show, which featured pop star Beyonce in a Black Panthers-themed performance. According to Lahren, the politically charged display was just the latest effort to stoke racial tensions.

“This isn’t about equality,” she said. “This is about ramrodding an aggressive agenda down our throats and using fame and entertainment value to do so.”

She then went on to ask Beyonce a series of rhetorical questions regarding her use of radical imagery in the elaborate performance.

BeyHive Take NoteTruth is, some of you aren’t interested in a real conversation about race – you’d rather go on the attack for anyone that dares question your aggressive, divisive and damaging agenda.

Posted by Tomi Lahren on Wednesday, February 10, 2016

“Really?” she asked. “What is the political message here? What is it they are trying to convey here? A salute to what? A group that used violence and intimidation to advance not racial equality but an overthrow of white domination?”

The Black Panthers, Lahren explained, believed Martin Luther King’s non-violent approach to racial equality was insufficient and should be replaced with a mandate of violence against those they believed to be oppressors. She lamented the fact that Beyonce chose to reignite that controversial period of American history during an event that has historically brought Americans together.

Describing the Super Bowl as “a game where black fans cheer next to white fans,” Lahren said the halftime show hardly embraced that spirit of diversity.

“Beyonce didn’t reference the Black Panthers to bring about some kind of positive change,” the host said. “She did it to get attention.”

In that regard, Lahren compared the singer to civil rights activist Al Sharpton and others she believes have politicized and exaggerated the issue of racial discord.

These activists, she declared, “can’t let America heal” because they “keep ripping off the historical Band-Aid.”

Lahren ended the segment by accusing Beyonce of ignoring her many white fans by opting instead to “perpetuate the great battle of the races.”

If the headliner wanted to focus her attention on protecting her own race against perceived threats, Lahren concluded, she might want to consider what her husband, rapper Jay-Z, was known for prior to his commercial success.

“For 14 years,” the host scolded Beyonce, “he sold crack-cocaine. Talk about protecting black neighborhoods. Start at home.”

Video: Super Bowl Halftime Show Contained A Hidden Political Message- It’s Controversial

Beyonce delivered “the most radical political statement” of her career in a Super Bowl halftime show dripping with Black Lives Matter themes, including dancers who made a salute reminiscent of the 1960s Black Panthers movement to a posed photo calling for justice for one black youth killed by police.

The excess of politicization of what was supposed to be entertainment riled come commentators.

Black Livers Matter symbolism was everywhere in the halftime show. In its critique of the spectacle, the Daily Mail said that one point in the song, “Formation,” dancers formed an X to represent civil rights firebrand Malcolm X and then raised their arms much like the black power salute given by two U.S. athletes at the 1968 Olympics.

Afterward, dancers made the salute again while one held a sign that read “Justice 4 Mario Woods.” Woods was killed by a San Francisco police officer in December. Activists have claimed the shooting was unjustified.

The performance was dubbed by The Guardian as “the most radical political statement” of Beyonce’s career. It also noted the performance followed the release of a new video to promote “Formation.” The video shows a young black boy dancing in front of riot police, who put their hands up. It then shows graffiti that reads: “Stop shooting us.”

Super Bowl viewers wanting apolitical entertainment vented their displeasure.

“Once again, reverse the race and let a white singer with all white backup dancers do something like this and listen to the screams by the MSM, the liberal left, and all the radical groups. They would be screaming it was anti-black and how bad America is. Yet, Beyoncé does it and all you hear is how great it is and how she is making a “strong political” statement. Am I the only one tired of the hypocrisy and double standards that is being pushed everywhere?,” wrote Popp 40 on The Blaze.

“Watched the disgusting display of racism, listened to her politicize the Super Bowl, and wondered how many useful idiot millennials would be praising her today. So sad,” wrote 4xeverything.

h/t: TheBlaze

Watch: O’Reilly And Black Lives Matter Advocate Get So Heated O’Reilly Cuts His Mic Off

On Thursday night, even Bill O’Reilly had heard enough from the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Fox News host opened up his show with video footage showing Black Lives Matter events in which protesters marched down a street chanting, “pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon”, referring to the police and another clip where crowds called for “dead cops.”

He also castigated an invitation by the Democratic National Committee to Black Lives Matter to host a presidential town hall event.

O’Reilly then turned to guest Keith Boykin, a BET host and Black Lives Matter spokesman, who said he believed it was important for the Democratic Party to work with the Black Lives Matter movement.

“You believe that the Democratic Party is correct in embracing a radical group, a group that calls for police officers to be killed, do I have your opinion correct?” O’Reilly asked.

Boykin defended the movement as O’Reilly honed in on the issue of whether the movement supported killing police officers. A heated exchange followed as O’Reilly tried to ask a question and Boykin continued to talk.

“Mr. Boykin, you’re either going to stop talking or I’m going to cut your mic off,” O’Reilly finally said.

In the silence that followed, O’Reilly asked the question he had been trying to ask before.

“Did anybody in the Black Lives Matter movement repudiate ‘we want dead cops’?” O’Reilly said. Boykin did not respond.

“Thank you,” snapped O’Reilly, who then turned to his other guest, law professor David Goodfriend.

When Boykin then decided he wanted to get back into the fray, O’Reilly took action.

“Your time is done, Mr. Boykin,” O’Reilly said. “Cut him down.”

Boykin’s microphone was silenced. O’Reilly returned to his discussion of the Democrats’ invitation to Black Lives Matter.

“You would think if you have an organized group in America saying we want dead cops, that all decent people would reject that group,” he said. “The Democratic Party is actively embracing Black Lives Matter.”

He asked Goodfriend, “Would you be comfortable with the Republican party bringing in the Stormfront, the Nazi people, and saying we’d like our candidates to talk to you guys?”

Goodfriend responded in the negative.

“They’re an extreme group, the Nazi party. But the Black Lives Matter is also an extreme group as you’ve heard, as we’ve proven,” O’Reilly continued. “They’ve just this week interrupted a town meeting in Los Angeles…where the mayor couldn’t even speak to the folks, where they stormed in.”

Boykin, who O’Reilly had given another chance to speak, said he was outraged at the comparison. He insisted no Black Lives Matter leader called for the deaths of police officers.

“I’ve asked you to give me one name of a person who’s repudiated that and you couldn’t…The group is judged by its behavior,” O’Reilly replied.

h/t: TheBlaze

Black Lives Matter Leader Warns: Replace The Constitution Or Else This Will Happen

An activist’s racially motivated attack on the U.S. Constitution included a direct threat of violence against those who disagree with him. Blake Simons, identified as a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement, wrote an editorial with a message made clear in its title: A New Constitution or the Bullet.

Simons wrote that “the Constitution is the root of virtually all our problems in America,” going on to ridicule the nation’s founders as genocidal rapists.

“A Constitution written by only white men,” he asserted, “will never serve the interests of Black people. The Constitution was written for the ruling class of white men which constructed whiteness to be more valuable than any other race.”

In an apparent attempt to further clarify his article’s frank rhetoric, Simons wrote that “it is our human right to defend ourselves by any means necessary” and “overthrow a government that has been destructive to our people.”

He cited failed extremist efforts of decades past, proclaiming that now is the time for blacks to “pick up where the Black Panthers left off and declare a new constitution or it will be the bullet.”

The article was shared in a Free Republic post, prompting a number of replies lambasting Simon’s piece.

“Sounds like a terroristic threat to me,” one reader responded.

Another said the editorial represented the “[b]latherings of an idiot.”

At least a few advocates made their support known via social media, however, including one individual who posted a corresponding article in an attempt to get Simons’ attention.

What do you think of these threats of violence and revolution to destroy the U.S. Constitution? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.