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Westboro Baptist Church LIES About Protesting Whitney’s Funeral, FAKES Picture

Westboro Baptist Church’s Margie Phelps, (sister of Shirley,  daughter/alleged lover of Fred) tweeted a low-resolution image of WBC protesters at Whitney Houston’s funeral which is the type of scummy low-life thing we’d expect them to do.  Only thing is, is that WBC wasn’t at the funeral and the pic is a bad Photoshop that wouldn’t fool Helen Keller.

A Twitter account cited as that of the church pastor’s daughter, Margie Phelps, tweeted a low-resolution image of protesters this afternoon as the funeral took place. Star-Ledger reporters on the scene said access to that area had been restricted all day, and confirmed no active protests were occurring in the place depicted in the photograph. Phelps tweeted several taunting messages to media outlets and Occupy Newark protesters who organized to surround Westboro Baptist members if they showed up.

Margie, Shirley and the rest of the alleged incestuous klan  must be hurting on the travel budget for gas to sink into stunts this bad.

Personally I’m just still waiting for the day when one of the Phelps freaks dies, …I figure old man Phelps has got to be pretty close to death, by now.  Think of it thousands of gays and lesbians descending upon Topeka.  Singing, dancing, having sex in the streets.

It will be just like the 80’s and we’ll have Fred Phelps to thank.

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  1. This wasn’t an issue of travel budget. These people may not be too bright but they KNEW better than to show up to Whitney’s funeral pulling this crap. You don’t go to the funeral of a musical legend (despite her issues) at an African-American church in the inner city and scream at a giant crowd that she’s in hell. They would have been kept out. If they didn’t get hurt physically, they would have at least had a whole crowd “confronting” them to their faces. They stayed home for their own safety!

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