Westboro Baptist Church to Picket Ferguson, Missouri

The Westboro Baptist Church has tweeted via their official Twitter account that its members plan to picket Ferguson, Missouri. The town of Ferguson has been engulfed with rioting and protesting since the shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen, by police officer Darren Wilson on August 9.

On August 14 there seemed to be a savior in the shape of Missouri State Highway commander Ron Johnson. His community policing seemed to have calmed the crowd. But that could all come to an end if the hateful holly rollers from Wichita roll into town. The group has been tweeting about the scenes in Ferguson using the hashtag “#picketferguson.”

Here’s what they’ve been saying:

The “church,” which has made its name in protesting the funerals of slain soldiers and victims of tragedies — somehow relating the deaths to God’s wrath over the acceptance of homosexuality in society — has proven time and again that no scenario is safe from the group’s vile opinions.

Learn more about Westboro Baptist Church’s hateful history in the video below.


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They are from Topeka, KS not Wichita. Not that that really matters they still disgust me.


These people, Westboro Baptist, disgust me. If they think that they can waltz in and cheer the shooting death of Michael Brown by the Ferguson Police without any consequences they’re delusional. The police will have enough on their hands without having to take time out to protect this bunch of religious fruit loops. Stay away Westboro!


They’re the Westboro Baptist Church. Every time someone dies, they cherish his/her death. It’s becoming routine.

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