People from almost very denomination of Christianity have their own special little list of stuff that, according to them, no "true" christian would EVER say.
Some folks claim Jesus is all about love.
Others point to special favorite verses in the Old Testament that prove people who are members of their most feared group of "others" are going straight to hell. Oddly enough, that group probably would include the people who say Jesus is all about love!
The folks from Westboro Baptist probably wish both groups would drop straight into Hell from where ever they're standing...
This kind of thinking is called the No True Scotsman fallacy, and this is what Wikipedia has to say about it:
No true Scotsman is an informal fallacy, an ad hoc attempt to retain an unreasoned assertion. When faced with a counterexample to a universal claim ("no Scotsman would do such a thing"), rather than denying the counterexample or rejecting the original universal claim, this fallacy modifies the subject of the assertion to exclude the specific case or others like it by rhetoric, without reference to any specific objective rule ("no true Scotsman would do such a thing").
The use of this fallacy is the result of the universal requirement in most religions that faith is required to believe whatever dogma that specific religion pushes. Because faith is basically the belief of something without proof or evidence, a debate or argument between two or more people about matters of faithful belief is unending and pointless.
Virtually any holy book of scripture is written so ambiguously that nailing down a specific meaning is often hard to do, and many people do (and have) interpreted them so differently that history is littered (literally) with the remains of the wars and struggles resulting from those differences.
This makes it impossible for anyone to truly nail down a meaning that would actually hold up to the "No True Christian" statements. Mainly because each of 40,000 differing denominations of Christianity each have their own private definition of what a "true" Christian should be!
As a result, any outsider, like me as an atheist, cannot possibly trust anything that comes after the words "No True Christian..." as pertaining to that statement, one man's truth is another man's belly laugh.
Or howl of outrage.