In 2015, Pete Buttigieg, the openly gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana told his constituents “all lives matter.”
It’s a decision he apparently regrets.
Buttigieg was forced to address the first “controversy” in his quest for president this week when confronted about using the phrase in his State of the City Address in 2015.
Amid a series of race issues boiling in the city, Buttigieg said at the time it was a “time for South Bend to begin talking about racial reconciliation.”
“There is no contradiction between respecting the risks that police officers take every day in order to protect this community, and recognizing the need to overcome the biases implicit in a justice system[…]
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