After Blasting Beyonce’s Halftime Performance She Got Death Threats. Anchor Just Responded In The Perfect Way

Beyonce’s recent Super Bowl half time show has people commenting on both sides of the issue. While some are praising her for her performance, others are criticizing her for encouraging racial strife.

The performance included dancers dressed as Black Panthers. At one point in the show the dancers stood in the shape of an ‘X’ in an apparent tribute to American Muslim minister and civil rights activist Malcolm X. The performance was Beyonce’s attempt to show her support for the Black Lives Matters movement.

TheBlaze broadcaster, Tomi Lahren, weighed in during her Final Thoughts segment. In the video, Lahren commented on Beyonce’s performance, in which she appeared to pay homage to the Black Panthers.

Beyonce and the Black PanthersNow the Super Bowl halftime show has become a way to politicize and advance the notion that black lives matter more.

Posted by Tomi Lahren on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Lahren called the Black Panthers a group that promoted violence, racial division and hatred. They disagreed with Dr. Martin Luther King’s message of peace.

As a result of her original video, Lahren began receiving hate mail, as well as death threats. In response to the threats, she took to Facebook and assured the “bullies” issuing the threats that she would not be intimidated or quietened.

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

She also posted a response on Twitter:

Arrested Professor Claimed Police Racism… Then This Dashcam Video Was Released

When a black studies professor from an Ivy League university was pulled over, what would have been a simple arrest became a maze of allegations.

Professor Imani Perry was arrested for speeding, having a suspended license, as well as open arrest warrant for a three-year-old parking ticket.

“The police treated me inappropriately and disproportionately,” the Princeton professor wrote in a lengthy Facebook post, which she has since taken down. “The fact of my blackness is not incidental to this matter.”

“There are a number of commentators online who have repeated to me an all-too-common formulation: ‘Well, if you hadn’t done anything wrong, this wouldn’t have happened.’ But this demand for behavioral perfection from Black people in response to disproportionate policing and punishment is a terrible red herring,” she wrote.

The Princeton police are not taking criticism from the college and Perry lying down. They released the full 30-minute video that shows Perry’s arrest. The video shows officers speaking calmly and politely to Perry throughout the incident.



“What you’re going to have to do is come with us, it’s $130, so if you have that money we’ll be able to post and we’ll be able to get you right back out,” one officer said to Perry during the video.

Perry was initially stopped for driving 67 mph in a 45 mph zone, according to Capt. Nicholas K. Sutter, the department chief. He said all departmental procedures were followed to the letter in the incident, and that Perry had to be arrested because of the open warrant.

After she arrived at the police station, police handcuffed Perry to a workstation, Sutter said. She texted that she was handcuffed to a desk.

“Every single person brought back there is secured while the officer is processing,” he said, adding that exceptions were made if for injured suspects. He said the process during which Perry would have been handcuffed usually lasts 15 minutes. He said she was at the station for about an hour.

“I don’t want to sound in any way like I am being defensive or arguing that Dr. Perry is not entitled to feel the way she does,” Sutter said. “We are part of the larger law enforcement community in our current times in law enforcement. Therefore I understand how in this climate we can be perceived to be a microcosm of that.”

h/t: TheBlaze

Police Sergeant Says 1 Sentence About Beyonce’s Halftime Show, Immediately Put Under Investigation

Western Journalism has extensively reported on Super Bowl 50’s controversial half-time show. Beyonce’s backup dancers were clad in Black Panther Party style clothing, even pictured with clinched fists raised after the show. The show contained lyrics from Beyonce’s song, Formation, which has a controversial accompanying music video depicting police as white aggressors standing against the black community. One message written on a wall of the music video reads, “Stop shooting us.”

A Black Christian minister, Jonathan Gentry, criticized Beyonce for adhering to a double standard. He said if another group had used the half-time show to promote racial separatism, the black community would be up in arms, calling the president, and protesting in the streets.

Now, one Detroit police officer, a sergeant, is under investigation for posting an image, reflecting what many were already saying about the halftime show. The image was posted to the unnamed sergeant’s Facebook page. The image is a split image with Beyonce’s Black Panther Party clad dancers on top and the Ku Klux Klan on the bottom. A caption reads, “If the dance troupe at the top is okay for this year’s half-time show, then the one at a bottom should be okay for next year, right?”

Chief of Police, James Craig, confirmed the investigation is underway and elaborated on the Facebook post. “I received calls indirect and direct from employees throughout the organization troubled by it. Certainly this does not and shouldn’t represent our police officers. We work in a city that’s certainly well over 80 percent African-American and to post something that has to do with a hate group like the Ku Klux Klan is problematic,” Craig says. However, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the New Black Panther Party is also considered a hate group. The SPLC writes, “The New Black Panther Party is a virulently racist and anti-Semitic organization whose leaders have encouraged violence against whites, Jews and law enforcement officers.”

It is unclear, at this point in the investigation who the sergeant is, if he will comment on the investigation, or if he will sue the city for violating his civil rights to free speech should any disciplinary action be taken against him.

Watch: Clint Eastwood Destroys ‘All-White’ Oscars Protesters With 1 Perfect Sentence

Leave it to famed Hollywood tough guy Clint Eastwood to give some common sense to those in Hollywood who accuse the Oscars of being “too white.”

The cameras from the Hollywood gossip site TMZ discovered the famed actor and director exiting an establishment in Tinsel Town and threw out the question about the Oscar controversy.

The five-time Oscar winner and eleven-time nominee had a bit of advice for the folks all upset over the nominations this year. He was certainly soft spoken and even tempered about it all, but his answer did have a bit of a bite to it.

“All I know is,” the Dirty Harry star said, “there are thousands of people in the Academy and a lot of them–the majority of them–haven’t won Oscars.”

He admitted he wasn’t paying too much attention to those upset over the annual movie awards adding, “a lot of people are crying, I guess.”

Clint Eastwood isn’t the only denizen of the film industry making waves over the Oscars.

A boycott of the Oscars was called for by African American stars like actor Will Smith, his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, Director Spike Lee, and others.

Others, like actress Stacey Dash, now a Fox News commentator, caused a furor on the left when she criticized the boycott saying too many have become overly sensitive. Dash also criticized the separatism of Black History Month, Black Entertainment TV and Black beauty contests.

Al Sharpton has also been involved in the controversy, accusing the Oscars of “racism” and seeming to imply there should be some sort of quotas enforced in the nomination procedure.

To that former African American Congressman Alan West had suggestion:


WATCH Women Of ‘The View’ Turn On Guest Host After She Asks 1 Question They Hate

Fox News contributor Stacey Dash made some controversial comments on The Fox and Friends this week. “We have to make up our minds. Either we want to have segregation or integration, and if we don’t want segregation, then we have to get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards, where you’re only awarded if you’re black,” Dash said. “If it were the other way around, we would be up in arms. It’s a double standard.”

Dash’s comments implied that if network channels were openly promoting the Caucasian race, then cries of racism and discrimination would result, all the while BET (Black Entertainment Television) is geared for a black audience and to promote black issues.

Now, co-host of The View, Sonny Hostin, pointed out what she considered Dash’s “hypocrisy” “I think it’s the height of hypocrisy that Stacey Dash would say that there should be no BET when she had a recurring role on the BET show, The Game,” Hostin said. Hostin then recounted how Dash presented at the NAACP Theatre Awards and was on the cover of Jet, Pride, Heart & Soul, Smooth and King magazines, all targeted to Black readers.

“I just think it’s incredible that she would give up whatever values she had in the first place to pander to an audience that is sort of angry and scared of people that don’t look like them,” Hostin said intimating Fox New’s audience is all Caucasian and fearful of other races.

When Paula Faris tried to suggest that there may be some truth to Dash’s comments, she was immediately shut down. Faris asked, “Is it subconsciously, whether we realize it or not, creating a divide amongst us and pitting one group against the next?” Hustin aggresively interjected, “No, no it’s not Paula, no it’s not. The reason there’s a black history month is because…when I was in school I wasn’t taught about my history. So we have that so that there’s an awareness and so that people can learn information and their history.”

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg asked Faris, “What do you know about Black History?” Not getting the answer she expected, Goldberg sarcastically said, “I’ll answer my own question.”