Black Lives Matter got started as a way to protest police brutality, an idea that would seem to be unoffensive. Yet not everyone can get on board — many people dislike Black Lives Matter, due to their violent protests, frequent riots, and calls for violence against police. Still, speaking out against the group is still often frowned upon, and using the phrase “all lives matter” gets liberal activists really riled up, as one Texas restaurant found out firsthand.
Wagner Supply Company in Odessa, Texas, decided to chime in on the Black Lives Matter vs. All Lives Matter debate with a sign posted in front of their business. The message is simple, and yet the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive.
The sign reads, “2000 years ago Jesus ended the debate of which lives matter. He died for all!”