In Arlington, Texas, more than 65,000 people filled Cowboys Stadium, to see former Fox News personality Glenn Beck over the weekend.
Beck is famous for his conspiracy theories, use of Nazi imagery and claims that President Obama is a racist.
While Beck’s supporters paid $10 to see his message about “Restoring Love,” outside the stadium, the Westboro Baptist Church was picketing Beck for being a Mormon.
An unnamed Westboro Baptist protester told CBS Dallas: “I think he’s a false prophet. I think we better run from him. I think he needs to shut up."
Inside Texas Stadium, Beck supporters did the wave, sang the Star-Spangled Banner and cheered when Beck welcomed them all to the 'Republic of Texas.'
In his welcoming message, Beck said: “The courage to stand up for what you believe in and to stand in support of those things we find dear and sacred."