Last night, in a segment that could only be described as two minutes of on-brand, willful ignorance, The Blaze news commentator Tomi Lahren took the time to explain how, in her expert opinion, Beyoncé's "Formation" was "unfair to little white girls."
"First, it was 'hands up, don't shoot,' then it was burning down buildings and looting drug stores, all the way to #OscarsSoWhite, and now even the Super Bowl halftime show has become a way to politicize and advance the notion that black lives matter more," Lahren began. "Beyonce, really?"
The Blaze, for the unfamiliar, is Glenn Beck's independently run entertainment-cum-news operation founded in 2012 that's more or less a means of consuming Beck's opinions in as many different forms of media as possible.
In addition to incorrectly thinking that "Formation" affirming blackness should somehow be interpreted as attacks on white people, Lahren goes on to assert that the Black Panthers used "violence and intimidation" to overthrow "white domination."
It's not clear just what Lahren meant when she used the phrase "white domination." But it certainly sounds like the sort of thing that, you know, white supremacists would be very into?