A Black Lives Matter protester dressed as Spider-Man ran into a Trump supporter during a demonstration in New York City Tuesday evening.
Spider-Man was shown in a video standing out of a black car’s sunroof holding a sign that said “Black Lives Matter” when a man in a plaid shirt and construction hat approached him. The man was holding a sign that read “I support Trump, police, prayer, all lives matter” on the front and “vote Trump USA” on the back. (RELATED: ‘It’s Definitely A Revolution-Liberation Movement’: Protesters Demand $1 Billion Cut To NYPD Budget)
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“Black lives matter? All lives matter,” the Trump supporter tells Spider-Man. “Does your life matter more than mine?” he asks the crowd.
The man in the Spider-Man costume was seen earlier at the protest with a stack of pizzas encouraging protesters to have conversations with people they disagree with. He said that he planned to be at the demonstration all evening.
“You stole our labor and you stole this Native American land,” a protester yells back at him, to which the man replies, “I don’t