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Sousaphone playing man follows KKK members around

Sousaphone playing man follows KKK members around

Real life trolling

Amidst the Confederate battle flag hoopla, the KKK and the New Black Panther Party held dueling protests at South Carolina’s capitol.

From the chaos, a hero emerged. A hero bearing a sousaphone.

Following KKK members to their rally, this might be the best example of real life trolling on the Internet:

Though unconfirmed, the sousaphone player appears to have drawn inspiration from the uncouth (but often hilarious) animated series, Family Guy.

We salute you Mr. Sousaphone man. Well done. Well done, indeed.


[h/t Lachlan Markay and @KeetchTx]

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That was fun to watch. I’ll really be impressed when I see the video of him serenading a New Black Panther Party rally. With Stephen Foster tunes.

Char Char Binks | July 26, 2015 at 4:47 pm

I don’t support the rebel flag, but those who rallied for it were doing just that — supporting the flag, and protesting to the government and the people for the flag. Aside from sousaphone man, and a small number of other peaceful types, the “counter-demonstraters” were there to shut down the free-speech rights of those they believed shouldn’t have any, and to assault people for daring to disagree with them. Anthony Hervey’s life mattered!

Well played indeed. Gotta love the Flight of Val reference from blues brothers.

Not A Member of Any Organized Political | July 27, 2015 at 6:39 pm

What’s he doing following Democrats around?