Washington D.C American Unity Rally

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I have to say that clowns fighting Nazis sounded entertaining. I pictured an Indiana Jones cartoon sequel in my mind when I booked my bus tickets to Washington D.C for the unity rally meets Insane Clown Posse protest.

I had never listened to Insane Clown Posse prior to that bus trip. When I switched to the Insane Clown Posse channel on spotify, I understood why I never bothered. The first song was about eating people.


Not really.

But it will be an interesting fight I thought. But it was anything but. I saw no clowns. And there was actually not more than one hundred people at the pro Trump rally. Not the yuge turnout everyone was hoping for.

I have never been to a political rally before. I actually hate American politics. But even though the crowd was not big, I did not get bad vibes there. I may not agree with everything that they believe, but as I walked around, no one bothered me. No one harassed me or picked on me. I was free. I did not see Nazi flags. I saw no hate. I saw people-black and white-doing their own thing and socializing together. I saw what our country needs right now.

Towards the end of the rally, I was walking away, and a guy was taking a video of the phone. He was making fun of the people there and saying how a mother of all rallies is not big at all. He was obviously from the left.

He was right that the rally was not big. But if anyone spewed hate that day, it was him. He chased people down in order to make fun of them. He had to take a video to be famous with his friends. That’s how he, and many liberals, live their life while posing as the good guys.

Like I said, I hate American politics. But I know that I don’t want to live in the false promises of acceptance that the left provides.