The Westboro Baptist Church can add another group to its "hate" list: hackers. The Christian fundamentalist group, notorious for its "God Hates Fags" protests, launched a website on Monday called GodHatesOklahoma.com, just hours after a mile-wide tornado hit the town of Moore, Okla., and killed more than 90 people. The site didn't last long. Show More Summary
The Westboro Baptist Church threatened to picket funerals for victims of the Oklahoma tornado, but once again the members of the anti-gay church were nowhere to be seen. The Wichita-based church has made a living out of turning tragic events into a chance to spread homophobic messages — or at least threatening to. The church [...]Show More Summary
Proving yet again that heavy metal musicians with songs called “Spill the Blood” are more tolerant than religious junkies, Slayer asked their fans to ignore the Westboro Baptist Church picketers who planned to attend yesterday’s public...Show More Summary
Slayer fans hope for a peaceful memorial but the WBC plan to ruffle their feathers.
A hacker foiled the Westboro Baptist Church's attempt to exploit the tragic tornado disaster that occurred in Oklahoma on Monday.
Get the entire fk outta here!!!! Westboro Baptist Church Blames Oklahoma Tornado On Jason Collins A member of the Westboro Baptist Church is drawing a link between the Oklahoma tornado’s devastation and a local team’s support for openly gay
Last month, NBA player Jason Collins came out as gay. NBA superstar Kevin Durant (of the Oklahoma City Thunder), when asked for comment, said this: “If the guy’s happy, whatever he does, that’s cool with me,” Thunder star Kevin Durant said at Monday’s shootaround. Show More Summary
Westboro Baptist Church has said the Oklahoma tornado blame lies with the state's basketball team's open support for gay NBA player, Jason Collins.
The Westboro Baptist Church is drawing a link between Monday's devastating Oklahoma tornado and NBA star Kevin Durant's support for Jason Collins. After Collins came out as gay in SI this spring, Oklahoma City Thunder forward DurantShow More Summary
The Westboro Baptist Church is blaming the devastating tornado that destroyed Moore, Oklahoma, on gay NBA player Jason Collins. So what does Jason Collins have to do with Oklahoma? Well, nothing really. But we was commended for his bravery last month by Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant. And that apparently upset God. Hey, the [...]Show More Summary
At least 24 people have been confirmed dead from Oklahoma’s massive hurricane Monday afternoon, providing America’s least favorite church yet another moment to bask in the tragedy of others. In typical fashion, the Westboro Baptist Church fired off a series of tweets reveling in the destruction of the tornado, at one point posting what they [...]
Who's the first gay-hating wingnut out of the gate after the Oklahoma tornado? It's Fred Phelps Jr., who tweeted: "OK Thunder's Durant flips God by praising fag Collins. God smashes OK. You do the math." OK Thunder's Durant flips Go...
How many members of the Westboro Baptist Church can defect before the whole place crumbles? Rhetorical question, perhaps, but following the stories of Lauren Drain and Megan Phelps-Roper and her sister Grace and atheist Nate Phelps,Show More Summary
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"Fanatic Harassment Specialist" Brick Stone (AKA comedian Dave Sirus) has spent the better part of his career following the Wesboro Baptist Church from troll-protest to troll-protest, annoying the bejesus out of them. Read more...
Brick Stone, who follows the Westboro Baptist Church to its pickets in order to mercilessly troll them (see the awesome earlier clips we've posted here and here) takes Shirley Phelps-Roper and her clan on at churches, synagogues, and the Academy...
Libby Phelps-Alvarez, the granddaughter of the founder of Westboro Baptist Church, recently appeared on Anderson Cooper's "Anderson Live" program to talk about her experience growing up in the church and what it's been like since she left over four years ago.
Ex-member of the Westboro Baptist Church and professional hate monger Libby Phelps-Alvarez appeared on Anderson this morning to give an insider’s perspective on America’s most hated cult. Phelps-Alvarez, the granddaughter of Westboro founder Fred Phelps left the church last month after dedicating 30 years of her life to shouting bigotry, perpetuating hate, and picketing the [...]
On his daytime show, Anderson Cooper welcomed Libby Phelps Alvarez, who defected from the Westboro Baptist Church, to talk about why they do what they do, how they treat her now that she is gone. Phelps Alvarez also tearfully apologized...
I love everything about this story, except for the part where Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman is dead while everyone involved with the Westboro Baptist Church remains alive. The Westboro Parish Church has announced that they plan to protest...Show More Summary