Illinois Coach Suddenly Quits And Leaves A Sign On His Door Saying ‘All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ’


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Well done coach.

Way to be a witness.

Kurt Beathard the offensive coordinator of Illinois State football team has quite abruptly  and the only thing that was left behind was a sign on his door saying: “All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ.”

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The coach decision to quit happens just weeks after a BLM sign appeared on his door and he took it down which stirred controversy.

Fox News covered the interesting story and added these details:

An Illinois State football coach abruptly quit the team Thursday, leaving a note on the door while exiting the facility.

Kurt Beathard, who was the Redbirds’ offensive coordinator, told The Pantagraph he let a note that said “All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ” before he left. Officials told the newspaper Wednesday he was no longer a part of the team and declined to comment on why he abruptly left.

His departure apparently followed an incident involving a “Black Lives Matter” poster in the locker room. Sources told The Pantagraph that the poster was taken down from the Illinois State locker room in the school’s football building. Beathard denied any involvement in the locker room saying that someone put a sign on his door and that he took that down.

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

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The Daily Mail chipped in too:

The coach of Illinois State football has quit, leaving a poster on the door of his office which read: ‘All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ’ just weeks after a BLM sign appeared in the team’s locker room.

Kurt Beathard, member of a celebrated NFL dynasty, left his position as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the college team on Wednesday.

On Thursday, he told his local newspaper in Bloomington, Illinois – The Pantagraph – that he had put the sign on his door before his departure.

He refused to discuss the circumstances surrounding his departure.

The coach is right.

All lives do matter to our Lord Jesus Christ.


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