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College football coach replaces BLM sign taped to office door with ‘All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ’ sign. He’s no longer with team.

In August, Kurt Beathard — then-offensive coordinator for the Illinois State University football team — found a Black Lives Matter sign taped to his office door, Outkick‘s Jason King reported.

Given that the BLM organization has an affinity for Marxism and a dim view of the nuclear family, Beathard immediately removed the sign, the outlet said.

“‘I thought, ‘No, I can’t have this on my door,'” he told King. “So I took it off and put it behind the chair in my office. I was praying about it and I thought, ‘All lives matter here, and there’s no other organization other than Jesus Christ to sponsor that.'”

So later that day Beathard placed a new sign on his office door with a new message: All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,” the outlet said.

‘As a favor, could you please take that off your door?’

Given the volatility surrounding the BLM movement and the speed at which news travels, one might assume backlash against Beathard came fast — but it didn’t.

He told Outkick that his new sign remained on his office door for nearly two weeks before pushback came from one of his superiors.

“They didn’t demand it,” Beathard recalled to the outlet. “They just said, ‘As a favor, could you please take that off your door?’ I didn’t take it off right away. I sat there and prayed about it, and I said, ‘God knows where my heart is. That’s all that matters. If it will help to take it off, I’ll take it off.'”

But it was too late.

Beathard told Outkick that a few days before he was asked to remove his sign, a photo of it had been taken and circulated among players — and some of them were offended. And on Sept. 2, the school told Beathard he was no longer on the coaching staff, the outlet said, adding that ISU reassigned him.

‘I never quit. I did not quit that job.’

A number of news outlets reported that Beathard resigned from his position, including student paper the Vidette. But he told Outkick that was not the case: “I never quit. I did not quit that job.”

School officials last week told the Pantagraph they wouldn’t discuss what led to Beathard’s departure. And while three sources close to the football program told the Pantagraph that a Black Lives Matter poster had been taken down in the team’s locker room, Beathard said he wasn’t involved in removing posters in the locker room.

“That locker room crap is wrong,” he told the Pantagraph. “I took the sign down somebody put on my door. That’s it. I didn’t take anything off that wasn’t put on my door. I wrote the message.”

Rough times

Besides his departure from the football team, it already has been an exceedingly difficult year for Beathard.

Outkick said Beathard’s wife, Karen, died of cancer over the summer and that his 22-year-old nephew, Clayton, was stabbed to death Dec. 22 outside a Nashville bar.

“I truly believe that all lives matter,” he told Outkick. “It’s right there in the Bible. God doesn’t discriminate. He doesn’t say, ‘Oh, I kinda like some of these people. But I really, really, really like these other people.’ I keep hearing about the abortion rates and the gun killings. I think about the stuff that I got angry about when my nephew was tragically murdered. His life mattered. My wife’s life mattered, too. She lived with cancer for five years. She mattered to me. It’s about every life.”

He also told the outlet that he doesn’t regret what he wrote on the sign.

“I don’t like the way this has to be,” Beathard noted to Outkick. “I don’t like that you can’t have a different opinion than someone else. But I wouldn’t change [what I did]. I’m not going to deny Jesus. If you deny Jesus, he’ll deny you. It’s written in the Bible, multiple times. I’m not going to back down on that one. … I think I have a message to share with players. I really do. I think I can be good for them. I can stand for Jesus in front of a group of players and not be ashamed.”

Here’s Beathard in action a few years ago:


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Goodyear employees say company’s new ‘zero-tolerance’ policy bans ‘Blue Lives Matter’ and MAGA gear

A concerning training tool made its way from Goodyear’s corporate headquarters in Akron, Ohio, to Topeka, Kansas, where some residents are furiously working to defund the police.

The training tool? A slide unveiling the company’s new “zero-tolerance” policy against “Blue Lives Matter,” MAGA Attire, and more.

What are the details?

A photo of the training slide in question has gained traction, and ended up at
WIBW-TV in Topeka.

The outlet reported that Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company has a serious problem with supporting the police — or even supporting the president.

Acceptable notions, according to the company, include Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride (LGBT).

Unacceptable notions, however, include Blue Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, MAGA Attire, and Political Affiliated Slogans or Material.

The station reported that the slide was presented at the Topeka plant.

A Goodyear employee speaking on the condition of anonymity told the station, “If someone wants to wear a BLM shirt in here, then cool. I’m not going to get offended about it. But at the same time, if someone’s not going to be able to wear something that is politically based, even in the farthest stretch of the imagination, that’s discriminatory.”

The employee added, “If we’re talking about equality, then it needs to be equality. If not, it’s discrimination.”

‘Committed to fostering an inclusive and respectful workplace’

A spokesperson for Goodyear told TheBlaze, “Goodyear is committed to fostering an inclusive and respectful workplace where all of our associates can do their best in a spirit of teamwork. As part of this commitment, we do allow our associates to express their support on racial injustice and other equity issues but ask that they refrain from workplace expressions, verbal or otherwise, in support of political campaigning for any candidate or political party as well as other similar forms of advocacy that fall outside the scope of equity issues.”

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Black man chants ‘All Lives Matter!’ as white Seattle leftists try getting him to stop. But he’s had enough: ‘F*** Black Lives Matter!’

Journalist Katie Daviscourt
caught some eye-opening moments as left-wing Antifa militants gathered in a Seattle intersection Sunday presumably in the hopes of starting a confrontation with police.

But as it turns out, the throng pushing the marxist Black Lives Matter movement upon America got some painful pushback — courtesy of two black men who clearly have had enough.

What happened?

One black man began kicking down a pitiful barricade spanning the width of the street that rioters created out of trash containers and miscellaneous pieces of garbage — and told them all exactly what he thinks about their movement.

“All Lives Matter! All Lives Matter!” the black man chanted as he booted container after container, dismantling the barrier. “All Lives Matter!”

Right on cue, what appeared to be three white people rushed toward the black man messing with their trash right in front of them. One woman was particularly angry, ordering the black man to “get back!” and “get out of here!”


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A couple of other BLM activists who appeared to be black stepped in to try to calm things down — but the guy was only getting started.

He then stalked in front of the barrier, raised his arm, and let out another “All Lives Matter!” chant right at the BLM throng. They tried to drown him out with a counter-“Black Lives Matter!” chant, but he kept right on going.


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And when he was done, he gave them all a middle finger and said, “F*** Black Lives Matter!” and walked away.


Image source: Twitter video screenshot

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Anything else?

Another black man got on a megaphone and berated the BLM and Antifa faithful for the trash barricade. He got into arguments with several left-wing black men who didn’t appreciate him throwing light on their pitiful gesture — and again, right on cue, a white man mustered up the gall to lecture him on his actions.

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Things are not looking up in Seattle at the moment. After having finally dispensed with the militant “CHOP” autonomous zone that plagued an area of downtown for weeks, the leftists are at it again, stirring up trouble — and Chief Carmen Best told businesses in a Friday letter that they’re essentially on their own when it comes to rioters.

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HATE CRIME? California residents face jail time for painting over Black Lives Matter ‘mural’

This week on “Slightly Offens*ve,” BlazeTV host Elijah Schaffer exposed the real reason it seems like hate crimes are on the rise in America: because the left and mainstream media are inventing them.

Schaffer discussed an incident in Martinez, California, earlier this month, in which a man and woman attempted to paint over a Black Lives Matter mural that had been painted on the road. Nicole Anderson, 42, and David Nelson, 53, have been charged with three misdemeanor counts: vandalism under $400, possession of tools to commit vandalism or graffiti, and violation of civil rights. If convicted, the pair face up to a year in jail.

“We’re sick of this narrative, that’s what’s wrong,” Nelson can be heard saying in a viral video shared on social media. “The narrative of police brutality, the narrative of oppression, the narrative of racism — it’s a lie!”

Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton released a statement last week: “We must address the root and byproduct of systemic racism in our country. The Black Lives Matter movement is an important civil rights cause that deserves all of our attention. The mural completed last weekend was a peaceful and powerful way to communicate the importance of Black lives in Contra Costa County and the country. We must continue to elevate discussions and actually listen to one another in an effort to heal our community and country.”

“Do I think you should paint over a Black Lives Matter mural? No,” Elijah stated. “But, I do want to point out the fact that there’s this new, growing movement where we think that people are going to stop being prideful jerks, and thinking they’re better than other people, by taking down monuments, destroying statues, and most importantly, drawing pictures.”

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Young Indianapolis mother killed after reportedly saying ‘all lives matter’ to BLM supporters

A young mother in Indianapolis was shot and killed early on Sunday, July 5, after she and others allegedly got into an argument over racially charged language with a group of Black Lives Matter supporters.

Jessica Doty Whitaker, 24, reportedly told the BLM supporters that “all lives matter” shortly before she was murdered. Whitaker leaves behind a 3-year-old son.

According to WXIN-TV, the incident started when someone in Whitaker’s group used a slang version of the N-word, which prompted a confrontation from the BLM supporters.

After briefly arguing, both sides showed that they were armed and decided to separate. But only minutes later, shots were fired.

“It was squashed and they went up the hill and left, we thought. But they were sitting on St. Clair waiting for us to come under the bridge and that’s when she got shot,” the victim’s fiancé, Jose Ramirez, who was with her at the time, told the local news outlet.

Ramirez admitted that he returned fire, but didn’t hit anyone.

He added that the hardest part of the whole ordeal is having to explain to Whitaker’s son that he will never see his mother again.

“She shouldn’t have lost her life. She’s got a 3-year-old son she loved dearly,” he said. “It’s hard to tell him his mom is in heaven and if you want to talk to her you have to look up and say, ‘I love you mom.'”

Ramirez recalled that the group shouted “Black Lives Matter” during the original confrontation and confirmed that someone in his group, possibly his fiancé, responded by saying, “All lives matter.”

The victim’s father, Robert Doty, told the Daily Wire that his daughter was the one who shouted the phrase.

According to Ramirez, the family is grieving and simply wants justice for Whitaker.

“We’re going through a lot. The 3-year-old boy doesn’t even understand really,” he said. “I just want justice for Jessica and her son and her family.”

The killer remains at large and police are asking the public for more information on the case.

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City officials apologize for traffic message that read, ‘The Safety of All Lives Matter’

The mayor and police chief of a Massachusetts city are apologizing to residents for a phrase seen on an electronic traffic sign.

What was on it, you ask? Profanity? Sexual innuendo? Anti-Semitism?

Nope. The offending message read, “The Safety of All Lives Matter,” WCVB-TV reported.

What are the details?

Melrose Police Chief Michael Lyle told the station a traffic officer was ordered to change the sign’s wording from a reminder that fireworks are illegal to a more general traffic safety message.

A Melrose resident parked near the sign told a WCVB photographer that the new message read, “The speed limit is 25 mph. Please drive safely. The safety of all lives matter.”

Lyle said Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur told him about the “unfortunate and improper wording” on the traffic sign, the station said.

“I am aware that the phrase ‘all lives matter’ is commonly used as a misguided counter to the Black Lives Matter movement,” Lyle told the station. “The sign was immediately changed and, at the request of the mayor, I launched an investigation, which is ongoing.”

The chief added to WCVB that the traffic officer who posted the message said he didn’t do so with “malicious or political intent” and didn’t realize the totality or impact of what he wrote. Lyle added to the station that the findings of the investigation will be made public.

Lyle also told WCVB he’ll address the matter with all of his officers and, effective immediately, will require all messages on roadways and electronic signs to be approved by his office before going live.

“On behalf of the Melrose Police Department, I sincerely apologize to our residents and anyone who drove past the sign today,” the chief noted to the station in a statement.

‘A trigger’

Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur shared a photo of the traffic sign on his Facebook page Wednesday, WCVB said, adding that Brodeur wrote in his post: “I have ordered that it be taken down immediately and am taking steps to find out how this happened. I apologize to the residents of Melrose.”

Image source: WCVB-TV video screenshot

The traffic sign is still up in the area of 236 Main St. but no longer displays the message, the station said.

“The phrase ‘All Lives Matter’ is a trigger,” Brodeur told WCVB. “It does not lead to an atmosphere where we can make progress, [where] we can have uncomfortable conversations and try to move it forward.”

The resident who disclosed the full wording of the sign said the “all lives matter” wording had been up for a couple of days, the station reported.

“I would prefer that it said anything else but ‘All Lives Matter’ for right now with everything that’s going on,” the resident added to WCVB. “I don’t think that it was, probably, appropriate to have in our city.”

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Black Lives Matter mural painted over to read ‘All Lives Matter’ — and activists are not happy

A Black Lives Matter mural in suburban Chicago street was painted over earlier this week to read “All Lives Matter,” WLS-TV reported.

And activists were not pleased.

“If they cannot understand that all lives don’t matter until black lives matter, they did this out of hatred,” activist and mural organizer Cortlyn Kelly told the station.

Crews were working to clean the mural in the village of Oak Park Wednesday morning, WLS noted, and police are investigating.

Image source: WLS-TV video screenshot

What’s the background?

The mural was created over two days in June by about 20 volunteers, the station said, adding that the intent was to make it more colorful than other BLM murals around the country since June is Pride month.

Oak Park resident Cullen Benson approached the Oak Park Area Arts Council with the idea in the wake of George Floyd protests, WLS noted, adding that Benson said the mural “is a piece of history to influence generations to come.”

What else was said?

Camille Wilson White, Arts Council executive director, told the station that seeing the mural “vandalized, defaced this way, it’s shameful.”

“The village is a place of inclusion and to have someone come and destroy someone else’s work is disrespectful and disgusting,” resident Yolanda Taylor told WLS.

But fellow resident Greg Mayor noted to the station that “if all lives matter, then black lives matter — and why would that upset you other than if you have a different agenda … than all lives matter?”

Mural restored and activists rally

By Wednesday night the mural was restored and activists added chalk phrases and drawings to underscore the message, WLS said.

The Revolutionary Oak Park Youth Action League also organized a demonstration that attracted about 100 people and continued its call to defund and pull police from schools, the station said.

Image source: WLS-TV video screenshot

Ray Longstreet added to those who painted over the mural that “if you were brave enough to come out here and cover this up, you should be brave enough to come be a man and just tell us what you did.”

Image source: WLS-TV video screenshot

“If you hear Black Lives Matter and immediately your response is to say ‘All Lives Matter,’ [that] says a lot about how you perceive race,” Makayla Pye said, according to WLS.

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Christian college student questions BLM in viral video. Now college says she’s no longer enrolled — after a ‘disciplinary process.’

A young woman is no longer enrolled at a Christian college after she went viral for a video in which she criticized the Black Lives Matter movement.

After she reportedly endured a “disciplinary process,” the school says she no longer attends the university.

What are the details?

According to Campus Reform, Ashleigh Brock — a former student at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas — created several TikTok videos in which she reportedly questioned the validity of the Black Lives Matter movement.

In one video, the outlet notes, Brock argued that there is way more outrage when a white person kills a black person than when a black person kills a white person — or even when a black person kills a fellow black person.

In another video, Brock reportedly insists that “all lives matter” — not just black lives.

“Do black lives matter?” she allegedly can be heard asking. “Yes, of course. Do white lives matter? Yes, of course. But I’m not gonna sit here and put each one in a group saying this race matters.”

What was the response?

In a since-deleted tweet captured by Campus Reform, one Twitter user wrote, “This is Ashleigh Brock, she goes to Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Tx. There needs to be serious consequences for these actions (in actions I mean racism). Not only has she done it one time but she’s done it multiple times!”

The post went viral and spurned other similar tweets, according to the outlet, and the videos eventually made it to school officials.

In a statement, the university said that Brock’s conduct was “deeply disappointing and unacceptable.”

The school also insisted that her point of view was “not reflective of the [school’s] Christian values.”

“We are actively investigating and taking decisive action,” the university’s statement added.

HSU President Eric Bruntmyer announced that Brock’s videos prompted the school to effect “meaningful change.”

In a video, Brunmyer said, “As citizens, we have certain rights of freedom of speech in public forums, like many of the social media platforms. However, within the HSU community, that right is always linked with a responsibility as Christians, as well as an inherent responsibility in the consequences of our words and actions.”

“Social media can be a powerful tool,” he continued. “Used in the wrong way, it can have detrimental consequences. The views we express on social media should reflect the values and beliefs we uphold as followers of Christ. We must all use these platforms to build each other up, and not tear each other down.”

Bruntmyer said that he would not detail what disciplinary actions taken against Brock, but did confirm that she is “no longer enrolled at Hardin Simmons University.”


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Leftist Harvard grad goes viral over threat to ‘stab’ the ‘next person’ who says ‘All Lives Matter.’ Now she’s going to the unemployment line.

It was apparently lightning-fast justice.

Recent Harvard graduate Claira Janover went viral for posting a TikTok video in which she threatened to “stab” the “next person” who has “the nerve, the sheer entitled caucasity to say ‘All Lives Matter.'”

“I’ma stab you,” Janover growled. “I’ma stab you, and while you’re struggling and bleeding out, I’ma show you my paper cut and say, ‘My cut matters, too.'”


Claira Janover: I will stab you if you say “All Lives Matter”

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‘Trump supporters took my job away from me’

But Janover struck a very different tone shortly thereafter in follow-up videos she posted Wednesday, tearfully telling her fans that she’d been fired from her job — and that supporters of President Donald Trump were to blame.

“Trump supporters took my job away from me,” the blubbering Ivy Leaguer said in one video. “I have gotten death threats, rape threats, violent threats. It was OK, but now my future’s entirely compromised because Trump supporters have decided to come for my life. God, this sucks. You guys suck.”

Janover added, “I’m too strong for you. I’m too strong for any of you ‘All Lives Matter,’ racist Trump supporters. It sucks. But it doesn’t suck as much as systemic racism. And I’m not gonna stop using my platform to advocate for it.”

She also ripped her former employer, U.K.-based accounting firm Deloitte, where Janover was an “incoming government and public business service analyst,” the New York Post said, citing her LinkedIn account.

“And I’m sorry, Deloitte, that you can’t see that,” she continued. “That you were cowardice [sic] enough to fight somebody who’s going to make an indelible change in the world and is going to have an impact.”

The Post said Deloitte didn’t immediately respond to multiple requests for comment.


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‘I know this is what Trump supporters wanted’

Janover posted yet another clip detailing more about her tragic comeuppance.

“I know this is what Trump supporters wanted because standing up for Black Lives Matter put me in a place online to be seen by millions of people,” she said before losing her composure once again. “The job that I’d worked really hard to get and meant a lot to me has called me and fired me because of everything.”

In the video, Janover pointed upward toward an image of what appeared to be a page from Deloitte’s website and said her termination happened “even though they claim to stand against systematic [sic] bias, racism, and unequal treatment.”

She also told the “thousands” of Trump supporters who she said sent her death threats and violent messages that “I’m still not going to stop talking about and defending Black Lives Matter. You can’t take away my spirit and my devotion toward human rights.”

After her original threat to “stab” the “next person” who says “all lives matter” went viral, the Post said Janover claimed she wasn’t being serious.


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Walmart declares it will stop selling ‘All Lives Matter’ merchandise

Walmart announced Monday that it will no longer allow the sale of “All Lives Matter” merchandise on its website following recent backlash over clothing posted to the site that used variations of the “Black Lives Matter” slogan.

What is happening?

The Hill said last week that the retail chain began receiving fire for selling shirts emblazoned with derivatives of Black Lives Matter, including “All Lives Matter,” “Blue Lives Matter,” “Irish Lives Matter,” and “Homeless Lives Matter.” Social media users attacked Walmart for “mocking” the BLM movement, CNN reported.

Walmart responded that it would review all of the “Lives Matter” goods listed on its website, including items sold by third-party vendors.

USA Today reported Monday night that Walmart decided to put the kibosh on the sale of “All Lives Matter” merchandise “indefinitely.”

“We fundamentally believe all lives do matter and every individual deserves respect,” the company said in a statement, according to USA Today. “However, as we listened, we came to understand that the way some, but not all, people are using the phrase ‘All Lives Matter’ in the current environment intentionally minimized the focus on the painful reality of racial inequity.”

The retail giant did say, however, that it would still allow the sale of some “Lives Matter” variants, but those items would be scrutinized to make sure they meet the business’ standards, the New York Post noted.

The is the second time in as many weeks that Walmart has taken action in the wake of recent racial justice protests. Last week, the company announced that it would remove the Mississippi state flag from all of its stores because the flag bears a Confederate emblem.

Walmart spokesperson Anne Hatfield said when the ban was announced: “We believe it’s the right thing to do, and is consistent with Walmart’s position to not sell merchandise with the confederate flag from stores and online sites, as part of our commitment to provide a welcoming and inclusive experience for all of our customers in the communities we serve.”

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DC mayor sued over massive ‘Black Lives Matter’ mural on street to White House

Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) has been sued for commissioning the giant “Black Lives Matter” mural that is near the White House. The lawsuit alleges that Bowser is a “racist,” and the mural exposes a racial bias.

Last week, Bowser instructed the city’s Department of Public Works to paint “Black Lives Matter” in huge letters that spanned two blocks. The mural on 16th Street that leads directly to the White House is so enormous that it can be seen from space. The mural was painted right before a planned George Floyd protest.

Bowser also renamed a section of the street to “Black Lives Matter Plaza.”

“We want to call attention today to making sure our nation is more fair and more just and that black lives and that black humanity matter in our nation,” Bowser said.

On Wednesday, a lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against the Democratic mayor for the massive mural.

The lawsuit was brought on by Rich Penkoski, a self-proclaimed street preacher and member of Warriors for Christ, along with Chris Sevier, a former judge advocate general, and Tex Christopher, a D.C. lobbyist. The lawsuit alleges that Bowser’s mural violated the First Amendment and 14th Amendment, as reported in The Washington Times.

The lawsuit claims that the mural displayed preference to the “Black Lives Matter cult orthodoxy.” The suit stated that the mural is “a legal weapon against non-observers of the Black Lives Matter religion,” according to the Daily Mail.

“The Black Lives Matter banner conveys that black people are the favored race of the city of D.C., which is of course a racist contention floated by a racist Democrat who persistently refuses to think logically,” the 51-page complaint reads.

The plaintiffs suggested replacing “Black Lives Matter” with three banners that read: “Blue Lives Matter” for law enforcement, “Green Lives Matter” for the National Guard, and “All Lives Matter.”

They also recommended that the “Black Lives Matter Plaza” be renamed “Jesus is the answer Plaza.”

Penkoski, Sevier, and Christopher are seeking damages for “mental anguish and emotional distress,” as well as for “the violation of their constitutional rights.”

The mayor’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the lawsuit.

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