Westboro Baptist Church vows to picket funeral of Kenny McKinley, Bronco who took own life
The insane homophobes at Westboro Baptist Church are branching out beyond protesting against Jews and celebrating the deaths of American soldiers. Now, they're promising to picket the funeral of Kenny McKinley, the Broncos receiver who committed suicide earlier this week. And while the service is in Georgia, the target is Colorado.
The latest psychotic WBC release ridicules Denverites who "stand around sobbing" for McKinley, adding, "WBC has been to Denver and Colorado many times, entreating you to obey God. Your response has been consistently angry and violent. Now, God's wrath abides on you. More and worse is coming, Colorado. GodSmack!"
Read the entire release below:
THANK GOD FOR DENVER BRONCOS' WIDE RECEIVER KENNY MCKINLEY COMMITTING SUICIDE. WBC WILL PICKET HIS FUNERAL:
Monday, Sept. 27, from 10:15 -- 11:00 AM Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral 212 Riverside Parkway, Austell, GA
"There is no peace, saith my God, to the wicked." Isa. 57:21
Doomed american rebels will do ANYTHING other than worship and serve the God who inhabits eternity. One of their many idols is their football teams, which they lavishly pour time and money into, corrupting many. Now the people of Denver stand around sobbing. You're in the house of sorrow because you would not obey -- and foolishly think that money will buy happiness. Kenny McKinley did not benefit from your money; he wallowed in depression, casting aside the interests of his family, including his young son, because he was injured and couldn't play football. How broken is your compass?! WBC has been to Denver and Colorado many times, entreating you to obey God. Your response has been consistently angry and violent. Now, God's wrath abides on you. More and worse is coming, Colorado. GodSmack!
Check out our newest blog for more of the results of Colorado's rebellion: www.bit.ly/GodSmacks
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