A man was at the Mall of America wearing a shirt that said “Jesus Saves” on the front, and the back said, “Jesus is the Only Way.” Apparently, people at the mall were offended and complained to the mall cops who confronted the man, telling him he either had to take off/change his shirt or leave the mall.

A bystander captured the unbelievable confrontation on video.

One of the officers tells the man wearing the ‘controversial’ shirt that it is offending people because it is “associated with religion.”

Even though the man insists that he did not voice his beliefs to anyone in the mall, the officer tells him that simply wearing the shirt is sufficient to have him kicked out.

“You can take your shirt off… or you can leave the mall. Those are your only options right now,” the officer says.

The video then cuts forward in the confrontation, to one of the officers raising his voice and saying again, “If you want to shop here you need to take your shirt off.”

“What is wrong with my t-shirt?” the man asks.

The officer replies that it is “religious soliciting” and there is “no soliciting allowed on property which is private property.”

The man then seems to mention that he had been removed from mall property at an earlier date because he was preaching the gospel. However, this time, he was simply walking around the mall.

Imagine if these white officers had removed a black man wearing a BLM shirt, someone wearing an LGBTQ+ shirt, or even someone wearing a shirt advertising a different religion than Christianity.

In today’s society, you are forced to accept everything that people do/believe in, even if it makes you uncomfortable. However, these same rules don’t apply to Christian beliefs.


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