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Juggalos Headed for Showdown With Nazis

Who would have guessed that in 2017 Juggalos would have a better response to racism than Tina Fey? I personally wouldn’t have guessed Juggalos would even be a thing in 2017, even if you had asked me earlier in 2017. But the Juggalos are here, and the message they have for the Nazis planning a rally to support Donald Trump next month is “We carry hatchets, not mace.” This is a reference to famous internet racist Baked Alaska whining like a bitch for days because he got maced while playing Nazi in Charlottesville.

You see, earlier this year, the Juggalos organized a march in Washington, D.C. to protest the FBI classifying them as a violent gang, basically calling them domestic terrorists. Juggalos are, for the most part, harmless idiots who like a clown band and drink cheap soda. They are not exactly the Crips.

In a twist of fate that can only be described as a gift from God, the day of the Juggalo March, September 16th, is also the day a bunch of Neo-Nazi clowns are holding a rally in Washington D.C. to support their Neo-Nazi-in-Chief Donald Trump, who kind of looks like a clown that mixed up his white and orange grease paint.

In case you were thinking these two groups might get along, think again. ICP and the Juggalos are a lot of things, and those things include Americans and non-racists. ICP even has a song called “Confederate Flag”, the chorus of which is “I say fuck your rebel flag.” It doesn’t really get any clearer than that.

So, if you’re still considering sitting home and eating cake to be a good strategy for dealing with white supremacists, bear in mind that the Juggalos, literal clowns, are making a stronger stand in favor of racial equality than you are.

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