We've known for months now that Insane Clown Posse would be hosting the Juggalo March in Washington DC to protest Juggalos being “unfairly stigmatized and discriminated,” but now it turns out that Trump supporters will be hosting “The Mother of All Rallies” on the exact same day, September 16.

Check out the details below.

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We first reported on the Juggalo March back in January along with covering how Insane Clown Posse member Violent J wrote in an Op-Ed for time declaring that the US government were against juggalos.

“The discrimination against Juggalos must be seen for the unconstitutional travesty it is,” wrote Violent J.

This all came from the FBI's National Gang Threat Assessment report in 2011 which classified Juggalos as a gang. The official website for the Juggalo March writes, “this demonstration is about standing up for rights of people who have been profiled, discriminated, and unjustly treated simply for identifiying with a particular music group or genre of music. If you are a patriotic American who believes that freedom and the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are damn good things, you are encouraged to be a part of the Juggalo March.”

Insane Clown Posse, Vanilla Ice and 2 Live Crew among others will be performing a free concert after the march in Bristow, VA.

But now it turns out that Washington DC is going to be pretty crowded on September 16 as “The Mother of All Rallies” hosted by Trump supporters will be happening on the exact same day. “The Mother of All Rallies” participants “will demand protection for traditional American culture while they express their love for the United States and the America First agenda.”

There will be multiple speakers including Marco Guiterrez, who founded Latinos for Trump, along with Republican congressional candidate for California Omar Navarro. Just like the Juggalo March, this rally will also feature live music as Madison Rising will be performing.

Do you think Juggalos and Trump supporters will be able to get along hosting their rallies on the same day? Let us know in the comments!