Hundreds Of Social Justice Warriors Protest A Fake Rally At UNC

CHAPEL HILL – The social justice warrior crowd is so hyped up and ready to #Resist that they have a hair-trigger response to even obvious hoaxes. Such was the case on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill Wednesday when a laughably fake call for a “K.K.K.” rally garnered throngs of sign carrying social justice warriors.

Earlier today, Big League Politics thoroughly debunked rumors of a white nationalist rally being organized by a fictitious group going by the name “Kool Kekistani Kids” (KKK). Despite the rally being thoroughly debunked, thousands of protesters showed up to try to shut down the fake rally.

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Local media followed this story for a couple hours waiting for the non-existent White Supremacists, seemingly befuddled that they wen’t showing up.

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It’s a curious weather phenomenon – even on an unseasonably warm day, with the right kind of trolling, you can see hundreds of Snowflakes.

Read more about these woefully ignorant social justice whiners here.

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