Sex, Violence, and Football

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In case you missed it, the halftime show during the Super Bowl wasn’t only about promoting anti-police hatred, the violent 1960s-1970s Black Panthers, Malcolm X and the hate group BlackLivesMatter, It was also about promoting LGBT love.

CBS Radio at about 7 or 7:30 this morning declared that the Black Panthers was a black civil rights group that helped the poor and set up social services. I guess you could say that about Hitler too. He educated children and they were called the Brown shirts.

The Black Panthers were a violent, racist group that robbed, murdered, and had shootouts with the police.

Black Panther halftime

Frontpage Magazine reported:

Black Panthers were responsible for at least 15 murders of law enforcement officers and wounded many more in ambush style attacks. They tortured and murdered their own members. In 1969 three New Haven Chapter Black Panther Party members tortured and murdered 19 year old Alex Rackley because they thought he was a police informant. In 1974 Betty Van Patter, the Panthers bookkeeper, went missing after a dispute over financial irregularities. Her brutally beaten body was found on a San Francisco beach a few weeks later. She had been raped and tortured. In 1977 the Black Panther Party’s assistant chief of Staff attempted to assassinate a key prosecution witness in the infamous murder trial of one of the founders Huey Newton. These are just a few of the violent incidents committed by the group that Beyoncé paid tribute to during America’s unofficial national holiday Super Bowl Sunday.

When Coldplay’s boring but loud singer Chris Martin screeched out his songs, he danced on a rainbow stage. Rainbow colors were everywhere. Bruno Mars was in on it too.

The audience had rainbow-colored placards reading ‘Believe in Love’ which was meant to endorse marriage ‘equality’.

People who believe only in heterosexual marriage should give this battle up and just rename marriage – call it something else.

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According to an article posted by the Agence France-Presse news agency, the band “paid tribute to the Super Bowl’s host city of San Francisco with a stage that flashed in the tie-dye of the city’s 1960s counterculture as dancers on the field hoisted giant flower shapes.” Tom Barnes, a staff writer and editor at the Music.Mic website, stated: “For much of the nation, the first two hours of Super Bowl 50 were nothing but pregame. When halftime finally came, it was on.”

Our culture is changing but can’t we even have sports without politics?

Why do we have to flash images that evoke sex at a game children are involved in?

The AFP reported that Coldplay was paying tribute to the “1960s counterculture” in San Francisco, but unless you’re involved in the culture in some way, you probably didn’t pick it up.

Football is an all-American, traditional pastime and now it’s been politicized to change the general culture.

The Guardian’s Needham described the show’s finale: “Finally, the whole stadium held up a rainbow of cards, some spelling out the words ‘Believe in Love,’ perhaps also a sweet affirmation of same-sex marriage.”

They don’t want people waving confederate flags in their faces but everyone else is supposed to be inundated with their views. Politicizing a game is representative of a sickness in our culture – there are no limits any longer. People deserve a break from politics. Leave sports alone!

An innocent Doritos commercial became a cause célèbre for the abortionists but it’s a one-way street.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, as well as Long Island congressman Rep. Peter King, have slammed the provocative “black power” salute.

Guiliani said this about Beyonce’s salute “it was outrageous”.

“This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us, and keep us alive,” Giuliani said.

“And what we should be doing in the African-American community, and all communities, is build up respect for police officers. And focus on the fact that when something does go wrong, OK, we’ll work on that. But the vast majority of police officers risk their lives to keep us safe,” he said.

Rep. Peter King put his lengthy message on his Facebook page.

The people in Hollywood don’t live in the real world and people are getting real tired of them shoving leftist political messages in everyone’s face.

Source: Newsbusters

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