Pro-Trump Rally And Juggalo March Go Down in the Same Day, in the Same Place In the district of columbia

HipHop News Posted on August 16, 2017 at 12:47pm

Pro-Trump Rally And Juggalo March Go Down in the Same Day, in the Same Place In the district of columbia

Faygo lit.

While the Triumph of the administration of the battles of topics ranging from the violent events in Charlottesville, Virginia international threats from North Korea, staunch supporters of the 45th President of the united States are not slowing down — but now that we're about to meet some Faygo-loving Juggalos.

Trump sponsors and Juggalos both marched on Washington DC on September 16, according to a recent report from Consequence Of Sound.

The Insane Clown Posse-the adoration of the fans will be protesting the FBI's classification of Juggalos as "a loosely organized hybrid gang" in the same place that the pro-Trump protesters in staging the "Mother of All Demonstrations," which the organizers refer to as "the Woodstock of the American demonstrations."

Until now, Facebook event pages for both of the marches have received nearly 1,500 "confirmed" attendees. The Juggalo March begins at the Lincoln Memorial, while M. O. A. R. starts in the nearby Washington Monument.

ICP has been vocal about an essay march, after Juggalo gang classification in 2011 and tried to sue the FBI in 2014. Despite a long legal battle, the case was again dismissed, according to the progress of the official website. "We're back to square one from a legal point of view," it reads.

The site explains that the march is a serious protest against the discrimination.

"As many of you are no doubt aware, the FBI, the inclusion of the Juggalos as a 'gang' has resulted in hundreds, if not thousands, of people subjected to different forms of discrimination, harassment, and profiling, simply, to identify as a Juggalo," an official statement reads. "In the past five years, our legal team has heard the testimonies and the reports of the Juggalos from around the country who have lost custody of their children, has been fired from jobs, denied access to the armed forces, and the most common consequence — to be officially labeled as a gang member by law enforcement to wear


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