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Phelps’s Estranged Son Makes Explosive Charges

Nate Phelps, who feared his father until the end because of an abusive childhood, says his dad was addicted to speed and prescription drugs.
Phelps’s Estranged Son Makes Explosive Charges
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Via Liberaland:

Nate Phelps, who left his now-deceased father Fred and the Westboro Baptist Church 37 years ago, says his dad was a “sociopath” and narcissist who was ex-communicated on his deathbed. His death shows he is not one of God’s chosen. Nate, who feared his father until the end because of an abusive childhood, says his dad was addicted to speed and prescription drugs.

A man filled with rage and battling addictions, his son reveals, Fred Phelps convinced his followers that God’s ‘elect’ would go to heaven without dying…

Nate was the sixth of Fred and Margie Phelps’s 13 children. His was a childhoo...

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