Bobby Jindal, the governor of Louisiana and a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, warned the Westboro Baptist Church on Sunday not to try its “nonsense” in Louisiana.

Jindal was referring to the Topeka, Kansas-based church's pledge to protest the funerals of the victims of Thursday's movie theater shooting.

John Russel Houser, who is believed to have killed two people and injured nine before killing himself, once praised the work of the Westboro Baptist Church, which is best known for coining the phrase “God hates fags” and protesting the funerals of fallen soldiers.

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“The Westboro Baptist Church may be the last real church in America [members not brainwashed],” he tweeted two years ago.

Appearing Sunday on CBS' Face the Nation, Jindal warned Westboro not to “try that in Louisiana.”

“If they come here to Louisiana, if they try to disrupt this funeral, we're gonna lock 'em up. We're gonna arrest them. They shouldn't try that in Louisiana. We won't abide by that here,” Jindal said.

“They better not try that nonsense here,” Jindal added.