When a group of anti-homosexual Christians protested the funeral of Army Sergeant James McCluskey in Oklahoma, the Westboro Baptist Church members found a surprise waiting for them back at their vehicles. The Christian church, which believes God is punishing American soldiers because gays are allowed freedom in this country, often protests military funerals and proclaims that God is killing Americans on purpose because of homosexuality.
The anti-veteran church, which hates the military and America, walked back to their purple minivan after protesting yet another military funeral. They were proud of their work for God but found their van’s front and rear passenger side tires slashed when they got back. Abandoned on the roadside, the haters complained and whined to the very people they had just insulted. They begged them for help.
And every person who had been forced to withstand their irrational protesting, turned their cheek and walked away…
Desperate for help, the Westboro Baptist Church parishioners drove their car on its slashed tire into the local town. They prayed to their God for someone to fix their problems. But reality started to set in. They had burned all their bridges and no one in small town America was willing to step up to help the haters who had just bashed every American sensibility.
“To make matters worse, as their minivan slowly hobbled away on two flat tires, with a McAlester police car following behind, the protesters were unable to find anyone in town who would repair their vehicle, according to police,” Tulsa World reported.
Near tears, the half dozen Westboro Baptist Church members who had insulted God in their protest, were rescued by a corporation who came to tow away their truck. AAA motor club arrived and hauled the minivan onto the flatbed truck, leaving the six hated Westboro Church members up a creak without a paddle.