'BeyHive' attacks Trump supporter for comparing Beyonce's lyrics to Trump tape

By Susana Victoria Perez (Buzz60)

In this tense political race, it's pretty much every man for himself. Desperate times often call for desperate measures when people are defending their candidate no matter what, but this woman might have taken it too far by messing with Beyonce. When it comes to protecting their Queen, the Beyhive don't play!

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Betsy McCaughey, a former Lieutenant Governor of New York and an avid Trump supporter, appeared on a panel discussion on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon. During the panel discussion McCaughey tried really hard to defend the Republican Presidential nominee after a 2005 tape surfaced in which Trump used lewd language talking about women.

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McCaughey tried to spin the story by claiming Hillary Clinton was a hypocrite for condemning Trump's words because she likes Beyonce. She then proceeded to quote a line from the popular song "Formation."

Naturally, Beyonce's fan base lost it. Both McCaughey's Twitter and Facebook accounts were covered in bee emoji's, which is the unofficial BeyHive logo.

Poor Betsy couldn't take the sting and she has since then made her Facebook page private.

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