Last night, Beyoncé was on hand to present Colin Kaepernick with the Muhammed Ali Legacy Award at Sports Illustrated's annual “Sportsperson of the Year Show," which went down at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York. Predictably, Tomi Lahren was feeling a certain kind of way about the whole thing.

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The phrases "police-hating" and "America-hating" might seem strong to attach to Beyoncé and Colin Kaepernick respectively, but there's definitely a faction of Americans, mostly conservatives, that believe both parties have damaged the fabric of the country in some way. "This is how far we've fallen," proclaimed Lahren, whose incendiary tweet drew the ire of the Beyhive almost instantaneously.

One fan in particular got super real with the political media personality, stating that, hopefully, Lahren is one day "brave enough" to look at the issue behind Kaepernick's protest - racial and social inequality - from an unbiased place. Based on other Twitter commentors, the likelihood of that happening looks pretty low at the moment. Check out a sampling of the clap back below.

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In other Beyoncé news, find out which of her Instagram pictures was the most-liked post of the year by copping the details here.