The radical fringe group tied together by hate and the Christian term “Baptist” is once-again vowing to cause discord at the funeral of an American warrior.
On Monday, Feb. 11, at 1:00, mourners will fill Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, Texas, to honor and remember a hero, Christopher Scott Kyle, 38. The fanatics of Westboro Baptist Church plan to show up with pickets, taunts, and hate signs protesting all U.S. troops.
Navy SEAL, Chris Kyle, was inexplicably gunned down at close range last Saturday while he was helping a young Marine veteran over a rough post-deployment time. With Kyle that day was his friend Chad Littlefield, who was also murdered, both allegedly by Eddie Ray Routh, 25.
Routh is said to have confessed the dual murders to his sister.
The work that Chris Kyle did in his military career was by necessity fairly clandestine, but once he was no longer active duty, he wrote the best-selling book, “American Sniper”. He was recently more visible when he appeared on the NBC TV reality show last fall, “Stars Earn Stripes.”
So when hundreds of mourners come to pay their respects on Monday afternoon, the hate-group “Westborians” will also be there to show their disrespect for a warrior who was willing to give his life for their right to do so.
Examiner’s Note: While nothing official has crossed my desk, it’s a sure bet the Patriot Guard Riders will be at Cowboy Stadium on Monday to protect Chris Kyle’s widow, three children and hundreds, maybe thousands, of friends and admirers. All online photos of Chris Kyle seem to be copyrighted and not available for Examiner’s use.
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