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Frozen Minds, Frozen Hearts: The Westboro Baptist Church Releases Its Own Cover Of "Let It Go"

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06/01/2014 1:46 pm
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Frozen Minds, Frozen Hearts: The Westboro Baptist Church Releases Its Own Cover Of
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Roxanne Powell

Senior Content Editor

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Has the hype of Disney's Frozen gone too far? In its latest attempt to let us all know exactly how they feel about the "gay agenda," the Westboro Baptist Church has released its own cover of the the movie's most popular song, "Let It Go." Originally an empowering song about women coming out of their socially-induced seclusion, the WBC has turned the song on its head. Some new lyrics include: "Your sin shines bright in this nation tonight
Not a good heart to be seen
A kingdom of fornication, and it looks like fags are queen
The mobs are howling as the heathen rage and cry
Tried to warn we all, heaven knows we tried." Then there's the matter of the chorus: "Let it go, let it go, don’t give the fags any more,
Let it go, let it go, kick them out and slam the door.
We don’t care what lying preachers say,
Let the mob rage on,
We’re still gonna warn you all anyway." [audio mp3="http:https://pop-wrapped.s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/photos/LetItGo.mp3"][/audio] Right-wing groups have been attacking the popular Disney movie ever since its release, targeting such "messages" as bestiality and gay character relationships. But come on! Just because a guy has a reindeer as a best friend does not mean what you think it means! Get your minds out of the gutter. Also, if a man wants to own a sauna with his family, who cares if that family may include a husband and several adopted children? As long as people are happy in their own hearts and skin, who cares? To combat the negative vibes coming out of the WBC, the Equality House set up roots across the street, where they performed a same-sex ceremony last June. After the death of his grandfather, Pastor Fred Phelps, Zach Phelps-Roper took his leave of the WBC. Phelps-Roper shared his grandfather's change of heart later in life, which caused the older man to be cast out of his own order by some of the church's "more militant members." Phelps-Roper described the church and its message as a "mind trap." Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!

     

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