Juggalos, the name for fans of the Insane Clown Posse rap group and related musicians, are often easily identified by their cartoonish black-and-white clown face paint.
They have had their Sept. 16 march on Washington to protest the FBI's classification of Juggalos as a gang planned for months now. There’s already discussion in the Facebook event group about what could take place if the two rallies join forces or cross paths.
“I just found out that this is on the same day as the ‘biggest trump rally; they will be at the mall.. I think we should show them what America is esspecially after charlettesville…,” one Juggalo fan wrote in the Facebook event.
According to Consequence of Sound, M.O.A.R organizer Tommy Gun said that the rally isn’t specifically pro-Trump so much as “pro-American culture” and has extended an invitation to anyone who considers themselves a “patriot.”
However, the M.O.A.R event website boasts images of people wearing “Right wing death squad” t-shirts, waving Trump flags and making the "OK" hand gesture, which has become known as an identifying symbol to white supremacists.
Both rallies are set to begin around noon.