Someone may want to remind Uber that they’re not the only ride in town.
Accepting the left’s gun control narrative, the ride-sharing company changed its app Friday evening to have riders “reflect on gun violence” while awaiting transportation.
Instead of the usual countdown message showing how many minutes away a driver is, the app instead showed a “minute to reflect on gun violence.”
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) July 9, 2016
If Uber’s not careful with its political foray, riders may opt to look for a Lyft instead… either way, social media users were not impressed.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— Andrew Wuestenfeld (@AndrewWuest) July 9, 2016
— AusGov Gun Facts™ (@AusGovGunFacts) July 9, 2016
@redsteeze lyft is about to see a spike
— popcorn sutton (@popcornsutton3) July 9, 2016
— NYConsGirl (@NYConsGirl) July 9, 2016
— Peter [Omitted] ✘ (@peterdukephoto) July 10, 2016
— James Whomever (@JamesWhomever) July 9, 2016
— milo libertas (@NM_libertarian) July 9, 2016
— Mathew S Harrison (@MathewSHarrison) July 9, 2016
— From Flyover (@FromFlyover) July 9, 2016
.@nycjim 1 minute to reflect and decide to donate your fare to the NRA as you walk to your destination instead
— AllModernCons (@AllModernCons) July 9, 2016
— Smittie (@smittie61984) July 9, 2016
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