WAS MICHELLE OBAMA In On Beyonce’s Cop-Hating Super Bowl Performance? [Video]

In an interview that is a tradition before the Super Bowl, the Obamas sat down with Oprah’s BFF Gayle King to chitty chat about trivial things. Injecting politicians into the Super Bowl festivities has become more and more a normality. The Obamas have taken it to an all new level. It’s to be expected but the real concern today is the question of whether Michelle Obama tipped her hat to the fact that she was in on the anti-American, cop-hating half-time performance by Beyonce. You be the judge:

Michelle Obama’s pre-game Super Bowl fluff interview revealed that she “cared deeply about the halftime show,” even coordinating her outfit for Beyonce’s approval.

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President and Mrs. Obama sat down Sunday with “CBS This Morning” anchor Gayle King, a family friend, for what has become a tradition — a pre-Super Bowl interview.

Sunday’s performance was a far cry from the contentious exchange that occurred two years earlier with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly. In fact, it was nothing short of a love fest that threatened to ruin the day for serious sports fans.

Joined by the first lady for the first time, it was a given that the Obamas complained — about such things like bad Wi-Fi service at the White House — before discussing first dates and post-presidency plans, among other hard-hitting topics.

The first lady said she cared “deeply about the halftime game show,” likely because pal Beyoncé, one of this year’s halftime performers, was planning to get political in support of Black Lives Matter.

“I got dressed for the halftime show,” Michelle said. “I hope Beyoncé likes what I’ve got on.”

Mrs. Obama was dressed in all black, we assume in simpatico with the artist’s dancers who performed in wardrobes that resembled the Black Panthers. The only thing missing was a Black Panther beret. Furious Americans are expressing their disappointment and outrage that the Super Bowl halftime show was allowed to be hijacked for political purposes and given a racist, black power theme.

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