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Obama administration invents fake white gang members

Meet America’s biggest, baddest “criminal street gang.” Gang members are known to wear clown makeup, stage backyard theatrical wrestling events, smoke marijuana, and flash boobs in public. Gang members prefer Faygo soda over Pepsi and Coke.

“Hard-core fans” of a left-wing, anti-racist white rap act have been classified as a “gang” by the FBI. They have even been described as “racists” and “white supremacists” in local media.

Membership in violent street gangs is now about 50% Latino. Most of the other half is black. Almost all of the active white gangs tracked by the FBI are prison gangs and motorcycle clubs like Hells Angels. There is a striking and obvious lack of white street gangs.

In order to have any white people to point a finger at, the FBI has classified “hard-core fans of Insane Clown Posse” as a gang. Since not all of their fans are white people, the FBI lists it as a “non-ethnic based” gang. Gangs are usually composed of a single ethnic or racial group. However, it is safe to say that most of the hard-core fans are white. The FBI has never listed hard-core fans of black gangster rap music. Ice Cube and other “ganster rappers” advocate Nation of Islam theology and rap about murdering white people in their lyrics. The FBI has never made a blanket declaration that there fans are gang members.

Insane Clown Posse are white rappers from the Detroit area who wear clown makeup. There lyrics are violent, but mostly consisting of cartoon violence. Members of the band have also been professional (theatrical) wrestlers, and own a professional wrestling league. They are even self-deprecating and politically correct. They have a song demonizing southern whites as “bigots” and chant “f%^k the rebel flag” over and over. One of the singers has publicly called Thanksgiving a racist holiday and says he does not celebrate it. Attacking their own race has won them no favors as they have now been classified as the leaders of a giant nationwide gang by the black run DOJ. Some local media reports have even accused Insane Clown Posse fans of being “racists” and/or “white supremacists.”

Those who have described themselves as hard-core fans of Insane Clown Posse include Charlie Sheen and Rob Van Winkle (Vanilla Ice).