Send in… the Creepy Clowns?

USA Today has reported that in 14 states, coast to coast, “creepy clown” incidents have begun to worry law enforcement agencies ( ). It’s gotten so bad, the World Clown Association has had to make a public statement that these menacing characters “are not real clowns.” No, they’re not talking about anyone in our government.

What gives? Why are there people dressing up as not-so-funny clowns and coming out to chase little kids and stalk women? People find them very scary. They don’t seem to have done any bodily harm to anybody–yet–but local police departments in 14 different states seem to be increasingly concerned. Is it all just a twisted bit of fun? Or is it cooking up to be something worse?

It would be interesting to catch one of these characters and persuade him to explain himself.

Meanwhile, to me it looks like just another example of culture rot, the inevitable consequence of having a whole country governed and administered and lorded over by a massive pack of fools, villains, and nut-jobs. You’ve heard of “trickle-down economics.” Well, we’ve got trickle-down depravity.

Thank you, public schools and colleges. Thank you, Hollywood.


14 comments on “Send in… the Creepy Clowns?

  1. Let me offer a different take.

    I believe that creepy clowns have been with us for at least the duration of my lifespan. There were some in grade school and on up through every formal education experience in my life. I’ve bought cars from creepy clowns and met another clown when I got the license plates. When my car was wrecked the guy at the body shop was a creepy clown as was the Insurance adjuster. He tried to persuade me that a car which would make a U turn when you let go of the wheel was properly repaired; he was a creepy clown.

    I met several creepy clowns when I was training in an aviation-related field. The best one wore his flight coveralls for an entire school day just so that we would all be in awe of the fact that he was in the Air National Guard and emptied the toilet holding tanks on airplanes.

    I’ve met creepy clowns that were musicians, artists, poets and especially college professors. I spoke to one that was a Vice President of a major financial services company. I suspect that there were some working at Enron and; what was the name of that guy in NY that had a Ponzi scheme and Made Off with millions, while, in the process, destroying the retirement accounts of people who’s only mistake was to allow a financial services company to manage their investments?

    I could go on forever but my point is obvious. Creepy clowns have been acosting us for years, all that has changed is the fact that they are now free to dress in a manner that matches the creepy clown within. Maybe allowing people to choose their self-identity has an upside. 🙂

  2. In our area, near Spokane, Wa. they are showing pictures of these nuts dressed in clown attire, and people are going on the news programs describing their experiences with the threatening bozo’s, hiding in trees, etc. Part of the mind altering drugs or programs? Don’t know yet, but it is just one more weird happening we have to deal with. People are now afraid to allow their kids in parks or steets to their friends’ places.

    1. Would be members of Hillary’s future cabinet? Please don’t take my humor as a sign of disrespect or that I don’t take it seriously, I truly do. I just think that creepy clowns are a great metaphor for the social situation of our day. Creepy clowns are everywhere, and all over the government.

      (I just saw the email for Lee’s post. Sounds like we’re barking up the same tree.)

  3. Just another fear ops to turn our focus off other issues, while keeping fear as effective mind control. I’m really pist that no bureaucrat has said or done anything about it. Their silence indicates they already know this.

    1. lol – I agree, although these “stuporous” crooks don’t need tangibles to satiate their larceny. They can always steal our thoughts, which can now be criminalized. As though they could really know our thoughts through their tweedle dumb minds. Such leftards believe they’ve actually won something because everything is a war.

  4. Some guy was going to put his granddaughter in a swing and discovered fish hooks had been planted there. There are some real sickos in this world 🙁

  5. I think that exposure to countless hours of cheap entertainment on TV has blurred the line between reality and entertainment for many people. They do things like this because they don’t know that there is a difference.

    There are people out there that seem to have forgotten that zombies are not real.

    1. They’ve lost touch with reality. I’m not just regurgitating a common expression, these people have truly lost touch with reality. They’ve lost track of the line between real and make believe.

      Romans 1:25 For they exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.

      26 For this reason God gave them over to degrading passions; for their women exchanged the natural function for that which is unnatural, 27 and in the same way also the men abandoned the natural function of the woman and burned in their desire toward one another, men with men committing indecent acts and receiving in their own persons the due penalty of their error.

      It’s not politics as usual anymore. The lies have reached critical mass, and I use the term advisedly. When there are no perceived absolutes upon which which to anchor our beliefs, then everything becomes unstable. If you try to reason with these people they just deny reality as it suits their purpose.

      I have actually had discussions with two different people, one with a science background, and had both of them tell me I was crazy for believing in gravity. No gravity, no orbital mechanics, no space program, no moon landing, and the next thing you know they’re denying the holocaust and the persecution of Jewish people.

      When you are interrupted every few seconds to be attakced with disproven pseudo-science, eventually you get tired and give up with even defending reality. The point isn’t to refute the truth; the point is to prevent someone from finishing their sentence,

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