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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Conservatives everywhere were furious during the Super Bowl when Beyonce shamelessly used her Super Bowl halftime show to slam our nation’s police officers. Since then, attacks on American cops have increased at an alarming rate. On Monday afternoon, yet another American police officer was shot, this time in Denver, Colorado.

According to CBS Local, the female officer is in fair condition after she was shot in the foot by a carjacking suspect. The suspect was shot dead during the incident.

It all started at 1:30pm on Monday afternoon, when officers investigating a burglary call made contact with two suspects.

“One of the two suspects was taken into custody. One of the suspects fled on foot and was chased by officers to the area of Moncrieff and Lowell where shots were exchanged and one of our officers was struck in the foot,” Denver police spokesman Doug Schepman said.

Schepman went on to say that the suspect carjacked a vehicle and police began chasing his car. The chase ended shortly thereafter, when the suspect lost control of the car.

“At that location shots were exchanged between the suspect and two officers,” the spokesman said. “The suspect was hit and pronounced at the scene.”

“It just sounded like banging and I was just like, ‘Oh my God he’s shooting, he’s shooting,’” witness Ashley Ziegler said. “The guy was shooting like reckless; I was more afraid of getting shot by a stray bullet.”

The injured officer’s name has not yet been released, but police say she had been with the department for many years. It’s sickening that Beyonce continues to refuse to take responsibility for these police shootings and that she is putting countless officers’ lives in danger.

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