The New Jersey State Troopers are mad as hell and they’re not gonna take it any more.
That’s because Beyoncé, during her Super Bowl halftime show, glorified and endorsed the racist violence of the Black Panthers and the Black Lives Matter movements.
For the state troopers, the subject hits close to home because one of their own was murdered by a Black Panther.
And they haven’t forgotten.
Wener Foerster, a New Jersey State Trooper, was shot and killed by a Panther back in 1979.
This week, the State Troopers Fraternal Association President Christopher Burgos wrote a letter to the NFL in which he condemned the “blatant anti-police message” of Beyoncé’s “show.”
I must presume that the NFL stands by the message of that “performer,” that it is ok to agitate and if necessary, harm the police if a certain group in our society feel it justified. I allude specifically to the praising of the Black Panther movement, a group who as without shame assassinated dozens of law enforcement officers in this country. A group, even today, who calls for members of our society to rise up against the police and kill them in cold blood.
I should remind you, the NFL and Team Owners that NJ State Trooper Werner Foerster was brutally murdered by Black Panther members and convicted fugitive Joanne Chesimard in 1973 on the NJ Turnpike. She has been given safe haven and is harbored in Cuba to this day by the Castro regime.
Later, Burgos added: “In doing so you have willfully dishonored the hundreds of thousands of men and women who took an oath to serve and protect, and sacrifice their lives every day.”