Scheduling conflicts, how do they work?
Sunday, Sept. 16 is shaping up to be a very interesting day at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., as both fans of clown-faced rap duo Insane Clown Posse and pro-Trump advocates will descend on the grounds to make their voices heard.
As previously reported, devotees of the Insane Clown Posse are gathering for a Juggalo March at the Lincoln Monument on the mall to protest the FBI’s classification of the duo’s fans, known as Juggalos, as a gang.
And now, as it turns out, the MOAR Mother Of All Rallies Patriot Unification Gathering is also scheduled to convene at the Mall, near the Washington Monument.
According to a Facebook page for MOAR, the event hopes to “rally 1 million patriots” to “send a shock-wave message to the world that they have to go through us to take this country or change its culture.”
“This is about America First,” the event description continues. “This is about protecting and supporting President Donald Trump, protecting our Constitution, and protecting our flag and all that it stands for.”
The Juggalo March boasts equally passionate goals.
“We need you and your voice to make sure that we shout above the chaos of this noisy world and are heard loudly and clearly as we deliver a message right into the nerve center of America that the Juggalo Family is not a joke, punchline, or any form of criminal organization,” the march’s website reads. “This is our chance to make a difference. A real difference.”
Two groups, two missions, one mall.
Let’s hope that Faygo is the only thing that gets spilled on Sept. 16.