September 16, 2017 may be an interesting day in Washington, D.C.

What the heck is a Juggalo and why in the world are they scheduling a Juggalo March march in Washinton, DC in September? This is the same weekend that the “Mother of All Rallies” is scheduled for Trump supporters. Is this a potential clash or one of mutual suport? Have you ever heard of the group Insane Clown Posse (ICP)? The Juggalos are followers of ICP and also have quite a reputation for bawdy behavior but claim to be a family of followers. The Federal government says they are a gang. What do you think?

As Written by Christine Rousselle for Townhall:

September 16, 2017 may be an interesting day in Washington, D.C. Not only is there a scheduled “Mother of All Rallies” for Trump supporters, there’s also a…Juggalo March.

For the unaware, Juggalos are fans of the music group Insane Clown Posse (ICP). They’re known for their rather unruly behavior, affinity for the beverage Faygo, distinctive face paint, and overall outlandish antics. Each year, there’s the “Gathering of the Juggalos” that brings thousands of ICP fans together for a weekend. Some of the videos that emerge from the Gathering of the Juggalos are, erm, interesting, to say the least.

This year, the Juggalos are taking to the streets of D.C. to protest how the FBI has labeled them to be a “a loosely organized hybrid gang.” According to the official Juggalo March website, this designation has caused fans of ICP to lose jobs, be barred from the military, and even lose custody of their children.

Over the past five years, our legal team has heard testimonies and reports from Juggalos all over the nation who have lost custody of their children, been fired from jobs, denied access into the armed forces, and the most common consequence — being officially labeled as a gang member by law enforcement agencies for wearing Juggalo related clothing or brandishing one or more Juggalo tattoos.

The goal of the Juggalo March is to demonstrate to the FBI and the world that Juggalos are not violent, and rather are a “family” instead of a “gang, public menace……


Juggalos, Trump Supporters to March on Washington on Sept. 16 – Christine Rousselle


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