Black Lives Matter (BLM) and anti-police activists expressed their outrage that Frozen voice actress Kristen Bell posed for photos with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Kristen Bell speaking at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International, for “Veronica Mars”, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Bell previously voiced her support for Black Lives Matter and even took part in a PSA asking people to donate to the NAACP, Black Lives Matter, and the Bail Project back in June 2020.

She appeared in the PSA with a number of other celebrities as part of the #ITakeResponsibility campaign. In the PSA, Bell reads part of a script where she says, “For every time it was easier to ignore than to call it out for what it was.” She would also declare, “I stand against hate.”

Another part of the script read by Julianne Moore states, “I take responsibility. Black people are being slaughtered in the streets killed in their own homes. These are our brothers and sisters.”

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Also in June 2020, Bell participated in the Blackout Tuesday protest posting to Instagram, “You might see some interviews tomorrow that I recorded days ago and I tried to have removed. I don’t have control of that but do have control of this platform where I will be standing down, closing my mouth and opening my ears.”

She would then share a post from her writing partner Benjamin Hart who declared, “Tomorrow will be a day for a continued acknowledgement the systemic racism plaguing our country and the need for justice. Tomorrow I will be supporting #blackouttuesday and I hope you will too.”

Hart went on to recommend activist Ibram X Kendi’s Antiracist Baby children’s book among others.

Source: Kristen Bell Instagram

Bell has also shared videos claiming America is systemically racist. She’s also declared that she will raise her kids as racists in the guise of anti-racists. 

As reported by People, Bell appeared on The Morning Beat where she said, “Because I will — you can put it on my gravestone — I will raise anti-racists. I will talk about it with them forever.”

In Kendi’s How To Be An Antiracist book he makes it crystal clear that he’s not opposed to racial discrimination. To him it’s whether or not it’s creating equity. He explains, “The defining question is whether the discrimination is creating equity or inequity. If discrimination is creating equity, then it is antiracist. If discrimination is creating inequity then it is racist.”

He further elaborates, “Someone reproducing inequity through permanently assisting an overrepresented racial growth into wealth and power is entirely different than someone challenging that inequity by temporarily assisting an underrepresented racial group into relative wealth and power until equity is reached.”

Clearly, Kendi is endorsing discrimination based on what one’s skin color is.

Kristen Bell speaking at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International, for “Veronica Mars”, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Despite her rhetoric, Bell pissed off Black Lives Matter and anti-police activists when she posed for a number of photos with The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lancaster Station official Twitter account posted two photos of sheriffs posing with Bell.

They tweeted, “Today, we had the absolute pleasure of meeting Kristen Bell, who was hands down, the kindest human ever.”

“There truly never is a dull moment at Lancaster!”, they added.

Source: LASD Lancaster Stn. Twitter

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In response, Twitter user WeirdAlex__ wrote, “Hey Kristen Bell did you tweet #blacklivesmatter cuz this ain’t it.”

Source: WeirdAlex__ Twitter

The user would add, “Believing Black Lives Matter and Being Pro Cop are 100% at odds with each other.”

Source: WeirdAlex__ Twitter

Another user tweeted, “remember last summer when people were all over Twitter claiming to support Black Lives Matter due to increased police aggression during a time of near complete lock down…and remember how none of those police forces changed…yeah this shows how much that solidarity meant.”

Source: MillaDMac Twitter

“Raising your kids to be anti racist doesn’t look like this Kristen Bell Dax Shepard and neither does ‘supporting’ BLM,” tweeted natashabarnes78.

Source: natashabarnes78 Twitter

Iancommie tweeted, “kristen bell taking pictures with pigs. sad!”

Source: Iancommie Twitter

Another tweeted, “This sucks soooooo much, Kristen. Jesus Christ.”

Source: PplsCityCouncil Twitter

User richardknieriem tweeted an image with an arrow pointing at “Critical High Yikes.”

Source: Richardknieriem Twitter

TreySparksX tweeted, “I knew somethin seemed off with her… .” The user then included four trash can emojis.

Source: TreySparksX Twitter

Andrea6Mitchell tweeted out a gif of Bell saying, “This is the bad place!”

Source: Andrea6Mitchell Twitter

“Kristen Bell, well, this is yet another painful ding in my faith in my fellow citizens. These hits are rolling in multiple times a day now,” tweeted Tigereve7.

The user added, “‘The Good Place’ brought up so much to ponder. How’d it miss reaching you?”

Source: Tigereve7 Twitter

Kristen Bell appears to be another example of no matter how hard you virtue signal, that virtue signal will never be enough and the mob you virtue signaled to will eventually eat you.

What do you make of these Black Lives Matter and anti-police activists getting angry at Kristen Bell?

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