The movement needs trivializing. The movement needs to be flushed. It is idiotic. Obviously, all black lives do not matter. They don’t matter to blacks who shoot blacks because they wandered into the wrong neighborhood. Black lives do not matter to millions of mothers who kill their kids because a baby isn’t convenient.
There are white lives that don’t matter either. I could pull the kill switch on lots of white people with absolutely no hesitation. John Wayne Gacy comes to mind.
The phrase, “All Lives Matter,” galls me just as much as, “Black Lives Matter.”
All lives matter? Really? Have you been out there? Are you awake?
Do you think when a homicide bomber detonates his vest I’m thinking that this guy’s life mattered? No.
I wish he was never born.
People have taken to social media to slam the slogan, with Claudia Sanchez writing: “As a woman of color I find your posting offensive and in very bad taste.
“You simply wish to rub salt in an ugly festering wound which evil minded people refuse to allow to heal. The civilized world no longer has any tolerance for your hateful public display of what passes to you as humor.”
Others criticised the restaurant for apparently deleting negative comments.
But others praised the pun, with Russell Berryman writing: “Always love a good play on words. keep up the good work.”
The restaurant’s owner Rick Camuglia told CBS affiliate KRQE: “We didn’t think anybody would be offended by that. It was not our intent to offend anybody.”