People Found The Best Way To Drown Out Anti-Gay Protestors At An Orlando Funeral

On Saturday, funeral services were held for some of the victims who lost their lives during the tragic shooting in Orlando.

But during what should have been a day of remembrance, those who were mourning were met by anti-gay protestors.

According to BuzzFeed News, the protesters hailed from the Westboro Baptist Church, an extremist Kansas-based church widely regarded as a hate group.

Multiple efforts were made to counter the protest, including the actions of "angels" who did their best to block the Westboro members from view.

There was no doubt, however, which counter-protest was the most admirable.

In an effort to drown out the anti-gay speech, people began singing "Amazing Grace," a show of love made to cancel out the hate.

Multiple tweets captured the heartwarming scene, including this one, from a different angle.

Altogether, the opposition to the Westboro Baptist Church seemed to have a significant impact.

The Orlando Police Department tweeted out a message of thanks to those who did what they could to make sure the hate group did not overshadow the remembrance of fallen victims.

On this day in Orlando, there's no question love won.

Citations: People Sang “Amazing Grace” To Drown Out Anti-Gay Protests At Orlando Funerals (BuzzFeed News)