If you’ve had it with those clowns in Washington, you’re going to want to stay away from Washington, D.C. on September 16th. That’s when the Million Juggalo March, as organized by Insane Clown Posse, is going to take place. If this is the first time you’re hearing about this, you’re probably thinking it’s a supremely tacky move from a pair of no-talent rapping clowns to capitalize on the March for Women that took place this past weekend. You’d be right on perhaps one of those counts (let’s be honest, their “music” is awful), but they announced their march last year, long before a Trump Presidency was even something most people were taking seriously.
There’s also a legitimate reason for ICP to call on their fans for a show of support. In 2011, the FBI described Juggalos as a “loosely organized hybrid gang” in their National Gang Threat Assessment that year. ICP filed a lawsuit against the FBI,that was dismissed in 2014, with a judge saying that acts by police agencies using the 2011 report didn’t fall under government responsibilities. So really, this is a march to prove that ICP fans shouldn’t be classified as a gang, regardless of the fact that Juggalos have wound up on the wrong side of the law more than once.
A website has been launched for the march (and free concert afterwards at Jiffy Lube Live). The concert will include many bands on Psychopathic Records, as well as Vanilla Ice, 2 Live Crew and more. The march, well, it’s a thing that’s happening, and while we would be surprised if there were as few arrests as the Women’s one this past weekend, we wouldn’t be surprised if the trainwreckiness aspect of it and attempt to make Trump’s inauguration look smaller resulted in a lot of non-Juggalos going out of curiosity and for the chance to troll the President.