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KKK Supporters Get Shut Down in the Funniest Ways (5 pics + 4 videos)

Posted in Random » Wow   27 Aug 2015   / 6089 views

Times have definitely changed for the better over the years and here are some examples of how the KKK have been trolled without violence over time.


This guy tried to start a KKK rally in Bloomington, Indiana, and he got completely made a fool of.
The white supremacist group VNN Vanguard Nazi/KKK tried to host a hate rally in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 2007, and they were foiled by clowns! Alex Linder the founder of VNN and the lead organizer of the rally kicked off events by rushing the clowns in a fit of rage, and was promptly arrested by 4 Knoxville police officers who dropped him to the ground when he resisted and dragged him off past the red shiny shoes of the clowns. “WIFE POWER! WIFE POWER! WIFE POWER!”
That time one guy playing the Sousaphone ruined an entire KKK march.
Photo captured during a KKK rally in Memphis, Tennessee.
This KKK member who was called out for wearing FUBU shoes. FUBU (For Us, By Us) is an American Hip Hop apparel company, in case you don't know.
This white supremacist finds out through DNA testing that he has African ancestors, all on live TV.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, 2012, more than 250 protesters met the chants of white supremacists with hoots, horns, and whistles as the rally got "clowned" by the counter protest. 

Comments (2):

ZombieDarwin 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#1 Classy. Very classy.

Uh, remind me: the KKK is supposed to be a terrorist group, right? I mean, that's how the victim racket (uh, I mean, civil justice) agitators paint them, right? Do any of these pictures strike fear into any normal person's heart?

If the answer is "no", then why are they labeled as a terrorist group? Can you imagine doing some of this stuff to al Qaeda? ISIS? The lads in Ireland? Boko Harum? Well, doing this stuff and living through it, I mean?
Bongfuhrer 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#3 As far as I know the the American system, I suspect he won the lawsuit..