Saying “all lives matter” can get you in more than a little hot water with the PC-police. Just ask notables from former presidential candidates Martin O’Malley and Hillary Clinton to TLC’s Chilli to the University of Houston student who was suspended for 50 days for daring to utter the words.
Liberals, moderates, and even RINOs will generally grovel, don sackcloth and ashes, profusely apologize, beg for mercy, and make the walk of shame back to the realm of ‘respectable conversations’ where only Black Lives really Matter, at least insofar as using silly hashtags are concerned.
But not real conservatives willing to stand on principle, and certainly not actor James Woods, who isn’t afraid to mix it up with liberals and their silly notions of acceptable speech, especially on his favorite medium – Twitter.
In the wake of Officer Jeronimo Yanez’s manslaughter acquittal in the death of Philando Castile, the Anne Frank Center wants you to know what is acceptable, and unacceptable to say.
Uh, yeah, that’s probably not what you were thinking if you’ve ever uttered the phrase “All Lives Matter,” right?
You were probably just thinking, well, ALL lives matter, so why is a certain group singling out their lives to the exclusion of yours? You weren’t aware that, all the while, you were telling African-Americans to drop dead, were you? So now that the Anne Frank Center hath proclaimed it, you should stop before you get slapped by an African-American you just told to drop dead.
James Woods had the perfect one-word response to the silly, but potentially dangerous, word games.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 17, 2017
“What” is right, and perfect! And it also fits this gem of a Tweet from the Anne Frank Center.
If you really believe all lives matter, you would never substitute All Lives Matter for #BlackLivesMatter.
— Anne Frank Center (@AnneFrankCenter) June 16, 2017
Woods’ Tweet drew plenty of applause from other confused conservatives.
As an African-American, I feel ALL lives DO matter!
— JKG (@JKG1964) June 17, 2017
That doesn’t even make any sense.
— 🐸 Erin 🐸 (@heartsabustin) June 17, 2017
Crazy liberals just string words together. They don’t have to make sense – just incite violence
— adrian🇺🇸balboa (@balboa_ad) June 17, 2017
OK, I’ll admit that I am not a genius. I read this remark 10 times, word by word, and still don’t know what it means.
— Barbara O (@Barbara72957293) June 17, 2017
It is appalling. Someone else just pointed out, if it were true, then Anne Franks life didnt matter. Smh. I retweeted that.
— heymikey80 (@heymikey80) June 17, 2017
— Christina (@christinaLW28) June 17, 2017
I would bet she is rolling over in her grave, @AnneFrankCenter is a radical left wing organization, they really do need to remove her name.
— Heidi (@reshas) June 17, 2017
I lost IQ points reading that…
— gadgetfreaksta (@gadgetfreaksta) June 17, 2017
— Courtney Williamson (@CourtneyWRocket) June 17, 2017
. @AnneFrankCenter justified Islamic terror that murdered Jewish girls like Anne
Does not fight anti-Semitism, speaks about Islamophobia.
— Abraham ben Jacob (@coinabs) June 17, 2017
— Disco Superboogie™ (@disco_plushTV) June 17, 2017
Yup, so keep it up!
And finally, someone with her priorities straight!
93 million a day die from guns and she worried about words? 🤔
— Boo Carter (@ChowLabLove) June 17, 2017
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