No group despises love more than Westboro Baptist Church. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that the group has announced it is planning on demonstrating at Glenn Beck's Restoring Love gathering next weekend in Dallas at Cowboys Stadium.
Beck mentioned the news on his Friday radio program, and also said the radical liberal group Code Pink would be protesting, too.
In a posting on its website, the Westboro group rails against Beck as one who "despises God" and even appalingly attacks one of Beck's children.
Here is the posting currently on the group's website:
Glenn Beck despises God, and he proudly says so. He climbs on WBC backs to have an issue for his radio program.
God has Smacked Glenn Beck already, giving him a little child with disease, but that doesn't even slow Beck down. He is wholly incapable of seeing the Hand of God at work in this earth, and he flatly refuses to give the Glory of God's work, TO GOD! He worships Mr. Peanut, a god that has no power, and worse
WBC will be at Cowboys Stadium where Beck will be inside hocking his false religious system and his rebellion against God to some other rebels agianst God, and we will warn the living to flee from that place, lest you should become a partaker of Glenn Beck's sin.
1Ti 5:22 Lay hands suddenly on no man, neither be partaker of other mens sins: keep thyself pure.
The church also includes a link to a video where Beck actually defends their right to free speech. In the same video, however, he also calls them "despicable" for the things they say and do.
Beck reported on his radio program Friday morning that government officials called to inform him that Code Pink was also planning on attending. Code Pink is a "social justice" activist group with ties to George Soros and the Tides Foundation.
Beck also called out both organizations for planning to protest an event intended to serve others and help local communities.
"Westboro Baptist Church, what is it that you are protesting -- love?" Beck said on his radio show. "This is how screwed up our society has become."
Watch the segment via GBTV, soon to become TheBlazeTV, here:
Earlier this month, Westboro Baptist Church planned on protesting the funeral of Lt. Col. Roy Tisdale in College Station, Texas because they claim military funerals "have become pagan orgies." However, they were too afraid to show their faces after a group of Texas A&M students formed a massive human wall to block any demonstration from disrupting the funeral.
By the way, if you can't attend Restoring Love in person, you can watch it live and on demand at GBTV.
Calls made by The Blaze to Code Pink were not returned in time for this report.
This story has been updated with additional information.