We’ll admit it: we didn’t know there was such a thing as the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect until it issued a tweet calling for the firing of White House Sean Spicer after his alleged “Holocaust denial” presser in April.

We did know, however, that the clause “All Lives Matter” is all but forbidden. Presidential candidate Martin O’Malley quickly apologized for saying it on stage at the progressive Netroots Nation conference, and DeRay Mckesson called out Hillary Clinton for her “ill-fated use” of the term during a speech.

It’s been a while since we’ve heard any complaints, but Friday, after Officer Jeronimo Yanez was acquitted of manslaughter in the death of Philando Castile, the Anne Frank Center let Americans know that “All Lives Matter” was off limits.

What James Woods said.

So … if you really believe that all lives matter, you’d never say it.

Anyone who thought the Anne Frank Center’s take on “All Lives Matter” was thought-provoking is welcome to its take on Wednesday morning’s shooting targeting Republican members of Congress.

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