The Problem with “All Lives Matter”

All lives matter, but you’re justifying an unarmed black man’s murder.

All lives matter, but you’re spreading an image of two addicts overdosed in their car and saying that the police should’ve just let them die.

All lives matter, but you want to ban all Muslims and burn their place of worship to the ground for the actions of a select few terrorists.

All lives matter, but you don’t think addicts deserve food.

All lives matter, but you’re wishing death upon a football player for peacefully protesting during the national anthem.

All lives matter, but you want to ban a woman’s right to a safe abortion and take away her birth control so she’s never in the situation to have to choose.

All lives matter, but you’re threatening the lives of fat women just because they exist.

All lives matter, but you‘re trying to get rid of “Big Pharma” knowing good and well that disabled folx rely on their medications to live.

All lives matter, but there are still thousands of homeless vets that you’re doing nothing to help because you don’t want to raise taxes.

All lives matter, but you want to ban trans folx from using the restroom.

All lives matter, but when a woman is raped, you’re more focused on how drunk she was and what she was wearing than why a man, knowing it was wrong, violated her.

All lives matter, but only when you’re trying to silence someone else for saying their life matters.

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