The despicably ville Fred “God Hates Fags” Phelps finally met his match in a large group of military veterans armed with the collective roar of over 100 motorcycle engines.
CHELSEA – God spoke with the roar of revving motorcycle engines during a protest Tuesday by six members of a Kansas church that believes God is punishing the U.S. for protecting homosexuals by killing soldiers overseas.
Chelsea residents, however, believed God spoke on their behalf as the engines of more than 100 Veterans of Foreign Wars motorcycles drowned out the voices of the Westboro Baptist Church members who were allowed to protest from 1-1:30 p.m. before the 2 p.m. funeral services for Staff Sgt. John Glen Doles.
…Chelsea’s main street was lined with American Flags in honor of Doles, who was killed when he and five others were ambushed by enemy fire last week in Afghanistan. He was laid to rest with honors in a small cemetery southeast of Chelsea.
Town and local law enforcement consisting of Chelsea police, the Rogers County Sheriff’s Department and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol made good their intent that nothing would disrupt funeral services for the local hero and his family.Chelsea Mayor Kenny Weast, all of the law enforcement agencies, and especially the motorcycle-riding veterans deserve credit for marginalizing Phelps and his nasty little band of hate-mongers. Veterans may have fought for the freedom that allows Phelps to disrupt the funeral of a soldier, but that doesn’t mean they can’t creatively (and legally) fight back. Good on ’em!