VIA| Members of the National Sheriffs’ Association turned their back on Beyoncé Knowles this Sunday during her Super Bowl performance of the race-baiting song “Formation.”

Specifically, the sheriffs, who were at an annual legislative meeting in Washington, turned off the volume and video to the television when Beyoncé began singing “Formation,” according to the Washington Examiner.

Breitbart explained that a music video released for “Formation” last week showed police officers harassing young black people. It also included graffiti that read, “Stop shooting us.”

The underlying premise to Beyoncé’s video was that police officers across America have been unfairly targeting black people for execution. This is a blatant lie that has been disproved countless times, yet racial grievance mongers like Beyoncé and her friends in the “Black Lives Matter” movement continue to peddle it.


In fact, they even pushed it at the Super Bowl, where Beyoncé’s dancers reportedly formed an X shame in tribute to black activist Malcolm X. Moreover, her backup dancers were seen giving the black power salute while holding up a sign reading, “Justice for Mario Woods.”

The San Francisco Chronicle reported last month that Woods was a thug who stabbed a random stranger and then threatened the police officers who tried to apprehend him — not that facts like this ever mattered to people like Beyonce.

She and her husband, former drug dealer Jay-Z, seem to care more about hobnobbing with President Barack Obama and using their platform to further hisdivisive agenda than actually looking for real solutions to America’s problems.


When it comes to the genuine truth, which is that race relations in America have worsened because of Obama’s race-baiting rhetoric, they care as much as he does — which is to say that they don’t care at all.