VIA| Pop star Beyonce has taken copious amounts of heat for her race-baiting performance during the halftime show of Super Bowl 50, and rightfully so.
She claimed that she had no clue about Black Lives Matter protesters smuggling signs to dancers, even though one of the songs she sang was pretty much a tribute to black power.
Now, New Jersey state troopers are letting Beyonce and the NFL know what Black Panthers have done to police officers over the years.
Police groups around the country have taken serious issue with Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show, in which she invoked both the #BlackLivesMatter and Black Panthers movements.
But a group of New Jersey State Troopers have a very historical reason for their “shock and disgust” over the performance.
One of their own fell at the hands of the Black Panthers—and they haven’t forgotten.
In 1979, Trooper Werner Foerster was shot and killed with his own service weapon after backing up a fellow officer.
The NFL should feel pretty stupid right about now.
The league is all about protecting women and allowing gay players a safe environment, but why don’t they take umbrage with a halftime show that is aimed at lifting one race up and bringing another down?
Accordingly, the NFL has yet to respond to the letter.