[“Queerness” here means “oddness” or “weirdness”.]
The argument runs “Wouldn’t it be WEIRD of X existed? So, X doesn’t exist.”
It’s not usually considered a strong argument.
Values are not, after all, “natural facts” in the way “water is H₂O” is.
So the argument goes “Wouldn’t it be WEIRD if reality contains values? So, probably, it doesn’t.”
Why anyone would believe THAT is impossible to say.
Phenomenology is utterly opposed to that. It starts from WHAT IS. It doesn’t ‘remove’ parts of reality because it deems them ‘weird.’
At bottom, reality is GIVEN. There’s no basis to judge it “weird”. There’s nothing else to judge it BY.