Mark Zuckerberg Begs Facebook Employees To Stop Defacing Black Lives Matter Comments On Company Chalkboard

Mark Zuckerberg Begs Facebook Employees To Stop Defacing Black Lives Matter Comments On Company Chalkboard

There’s a blackboard and chalk for Facebook employees to write on. Some people wrote “black lives matter” and other people crossed it out and wrote “all lives matter.” The people who crossed it out should get a promotion. The people who wrote “black lives matter” should be fired for being stupid and supporting a group that uses violence, disrupting the peace, and looting as a means deliver a message. Albeit, a message that most intelligent people mock, including other black people who are educated, tuned into reality, common sense, and know that it’s not the color of your skin that determines who you are, but your merit and actions upon the world. Well, baby-face Mark Zuckerberg is crying to employees to please stop defacing the Black Lives Matter comments.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scolding employees for what he calls “several recent instances” of people crossing out “black lives matter” on signature walls at the company’s headquarters and writing “all lives matter” instead.

In a note posted to employees on a company announcement page, published by Gizmodo, Zuckerberg says he and several other leaders at the company have previously warned employees against doing this. “I was already very disappointed by this disrespectful behavior before, but after my communication, I now consider this malicious as well,” Zuckerberg writes.

If I was Mark, I wouldn’t care what goes on the wall. Anytime you put a blackboard in a public space, you should expect the absolute best and worst comments to appear at anytime. It’s too hard to not write something hilarious, obscene, immature, etc… all for a good laugh.

Just kidding, grow up people, I’m tired of seeing male genitalia drawn in every public restroom as if THAT’s what I wish to look at while I empty my bladder.

Frank Lea

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