DC Juggalo March vs FBI Overshadows Conservative “#MOAR” Gathering

Washington, DC – Unicorn Riot was streaming live on Saturday, Sept. 16th from the National Mall as thousands of fans of the Detroit rap group Insane Clown Posse known as Juggalos gathered to send a message to the FBI that they should not be designated as a “hybrid gang.”

The Juggalo crowd near the Lincoln Memorial, with a few thousand participants, vastly outnumbered a a conservative rally billed as the “Mother of All Rallies” (#MOAR) which had around 200-300 participants.

Watch the Livestream from the Juggalo march and concert at Lincoln Memorial here:

ICP artists Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope addressed the crowd – this clip has their speeches and the march.


Unicorn Riot coverage on Saturday started with the “Mother of All Rallies” which drew around 200-300 attendees. Some “Proud Boys” and repurposed Nazi Germany “Kekistan” flag were spotted among the group.

Oathkeepers and Three Percenters surrounded someone objecting to the white supremacist element at the MOAR gathering.

On the west end of the National Mall, hundreds of Juggalos began to gather for their rally.

A group with a Great Lakes Antifa signaled their solidarity with Juggalos.

Lots of homemade signs signaled rejection of the FBI’s labeling of Juggalos as a “hybrid gang”.

“DRAGNETS: HOW DO THEY WORK?” was one featured sign.

Insane Clown Posse members Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope addressed the crowd, saying that the authorities seemed to wrongly feel confident that Juggalos could be silenced.

After the speech from ICP, Juggalos headed out towards the FBI.

After the march Juggalos gathered again at the Lincoln Memorial stage for a live set.

The rally on the national mall culminated in an energetic performance by Insane Clown Posse around 9 PM.


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