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Many men and women in law enforcement are unhappy with Beyoncé for her anti-cop rhetoric, and Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is certainly among them.

On "Mornings With Maria," Sheriff Clarke agreed with several members of the Pittsburgh Police Department, who have refused to work security at Beyoncé's concert at Heinz Field tonight.

"How ironic that a cop-hating performer realizes she needs the American law enforcement officer to pull off her concert," Sheriff Clarke said. "I don't blame Pittsburgh's finest for not volunteering for this assignment ... I'm glad to see that they have enough morals to not - even at time-and-a-half - to volunteer for something like this."

He said he doesn't believe this will change how Beyoncé feels about police officers, but he said he's willing to accept a reset in her relationship with law enforcement if she donates the proceeds of this concert to a charity that helps the family members of slain officers.

"I'm going to give her a chance to reset with the American police officer," Sheriff Clarke said. "She has no idea what it's like for the American law enforcement officer. We're willing to risk our lives. We don't get into this to die, but we will if we have to save somebody else."

"She needs to realize the important role that the American law enforcement officer plays for her to pull off her concert, so she can make her millions."

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