Comedian’s fashion pep talk to khaki-wearing DC protesters is off-the-charts hilarious! ‘We’re gonna look cute, AF!’

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Comedian Vinny Thomas offered hilarious fashion advice in a clip to an obscure so-called white supremacist group called Patriot Front that evidently marched on Washington, D.C. to “reclaim America” on Saturday.

“Getting our outfits ready for the function at the Lincoln Memorial,” Thomas snarkily tweeted.

“Okay, everyone! Can I have your attention please… quiet coyotes! I think we’re all ready. We’re all ready for the big event,” his is heard saying in the accompanying video. “So, it’s gonna be… it’s gonna be navy blue tops and khaki bottoms. If you’re wearing jeans, don’t bother showing up. Because if we don’t match, it’s not gonna be… it’s not gonna be scary. If I see a bunch of people wearing khakis, then it’s scary. But if it’s a bunch of people wearing khakis and Fred wearing jeans? They’re not gonna be scared,” the comic remarked in the tongue-in-cheek pep talk.

“Now, the aesthetic we’re going for is Ku Klux Klan b*tch, but it’s at Best Buy. You feel me? So, we really need to lean into that aesthetic because that’s what we’ve committed to, Fred. Furthermore, I saw the cutest clear serving platters. They’re like big clear plates at the Dollar Tree. I went ahead and picked a bunch of those up and I taped a little handle on the back, so we’ll all have the cutest little shields. They’re not actually good for protecting anything but they do make us look like little… like little soldiers,” Thomas continued, making fun of the group.

“It’s also important that everyone be wearing a mask. And I know I get a ‘we hate masks’ thing but this is for our physical protection more than anything else. It’s gonna be a really bright day and, I’m sorry, but a lot of us are a little pale. So safety first. That skin’s gotta be covered up and sunglasses too,” he snarked.

“Oh, Heath! If you could bring that drum that you bought for your son and if you could just hit it at random moments. I think, I think we did a good job, you guys. I think this is going to be very successful. I think (a): we’re going to look cute as f**k. Oh, and if you have kneepads, I think you should probably wear them,” Thomas advised.

A man off-camera then asked, “Why do we need kneepads?”

Thomas replied, “Just in case.”

The guy asked, “Just in case of what?”

The comic ended with a sly, “Just in case.”

According to leftist media, more than a hundred members of the group marched in downtown DC on Saturday evening while chanting “reclaim America.”

Many conservatives laughed at the display and wondered out loud if it was another attempt by leftists to try and claim the right is racist after the staged tiki torch protest outside of Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin’s bus during his campaign. The Lincoln Project would go on to claim credit for that one. They also pointed to the FBI’s alleged infiltration of the Jan. 6 protest as well.

The group was, indeed, wearing matching khakis, dark blue jackets, white masks, sunglasses, and baseball caps while waving American flags. They also had little shields and a predictable banner that proclaimed “victory or death.” Almost no one on the right has ever even heard of the organization.

Thomas Rousseau, who is evidently the leader of the group, gave a speech and was booed by bystanders who also gave him the one-finger salute, according to The Daily Beast.

“Our demonstrations are an exhibition of our unified capability to organize, to show our strength,” Rousseau proclaimed sounding like someone on the left attempting to be what they perceive someone on the right as being. “Not as brawlers or public nuisances, but as men capable of illustrating a message and seeking an America that more closely resembles the interests of its true people.”

Police were in attendance but there was no violence at the rally, the Daily Beast reported. A U-Haul van was rented to transport the mob, but somehow it was not big enough to take back two dozen of their members, stranding them at the Capitol for hours.

Although no one on the right seems to know who these guys are, the leftist Anti-Defamation League appears to know a lot about them. They claim that the group espouses “racism, anti-Semitism, and intolerance under the guise of preserving the ethnic and cultural origins of their European ancestors.”

According to the ADL, Patriot Front broke off from the white nationalist group Vanguard America after the group murdered a woman at the notorious “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.

Cassie Miller with the Southern Poverty Law Center told 6ABC that Patriot Front is “the leading white supremacist group in the country,” with 42 chapters across the United States. And yet, they are unknown to the vast majority of Americans.

Evidently, the group is known for staging “flash” protests and torch demonstrations.

There was a LOT of laughter and mockery after the march and people loved Vinny Thomas’ riff on them:


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