Watch High School Students Chase Westboro Baptist Church Members Out Of Town

Members of the Westboro Baptist Church were chased out of town after a failed attempt to protest a transgender student winning the title of Homecoming Queen.

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After Oak Park High School elected a transgender teen Landon Patterson as their homecoming queen, the Kansas based Westboro Baptist Church set their hateful sights on the school for “pimping a tranny perversion.”

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But shortly after the hate group began their protest, students swarmed the church members, forcing them to retreat back into their car and off campus grounds.

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One of the protestors, Becca Taylor, said the push against Westboro was a school wide event: “They thought they could come to our school and tell our children something. Oh no, not today. I stood in the face of the devil herself, Shirley Phelps-Roper, and chanted, ‘Long live the queen!’ in support of Landon Patterson and listened as the crowd behind me followed.”

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Student Brian Scheetz told KFVS: “We want to show that Landon is a part of our community and a big part of the school. As a friend of my son’s, we’re just here to show our support.

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In the video below, you can hear the students chanting “Long Live The Queen” as they chased the church members off campus.

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