After an alleged threat from ANONYMOUS that turned out to a hoax that Westboro had planted to gain media attention, Shirley Phelps-Roper and an ANONYMOUS member went on The David Pakman Show to discuss the ordeal. After some religious babble of fire and brimstone, ANONYMOUS posted a message to the Westboro website as a response and proof they could cause damage to the site if they actually chose to take on the church. The website is currently down, but a cached image of the site is available from Google.
The ANONYMOUS message explains the group is too busy with operations in Libya, Bahrain, and Iran to waste its time with Westboro:
If you’re reading this, it means ANONYMOUS has lost its patience with you, likely because you’ve threatened us again after we denied you a war…Take this defacement as a simple warning: go away. The world (including ANONYMOUS) disagrees with your hateful messages but you have the right to voice them. This does not mean you can jump onto ANONYMOUS for attention.