From the grub boot menu you should be able to hit Esc and get a list of the kernels that are available to boot. You can edit the command line parameters for these using grub. First thing to try is to append
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to the end of the current list of parameters. If this fails then try appending selinux=0 instead.
How did you try to disable SELinux to get into this problem in the first place?