Students Dress As KKK and No One Has Sense Enough To Say “Bad Idea”

Was there no one with any sense around?

Was there no one with any sense around?


This week, a group of hockey fans in North Dakota raised eyebrows after they showed up at a game apparently dressed like members of the Ku Klux Klan, according to several media reports.

The three fans, who were photographed in the stands at the state high school semi-final game between Grand Forks Red River High School and Fargo Davies on Friday, were seemingly dressed in typical Klansman regalia — white robes and pointed hats covering their bodies and faces.

What were these kids thinking? And why did no one, any adult, or fellow student for that matter, point out to them while it was happening that this was in no way cool or funny.


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6 thoughts on “Students Dress As KKK and No One Has Sense Enough To Say “Bad Idea”

  1. ericjbaker says:

    On the three folks in the Klan hats: This is why I am against siblings mating.

    My kid is not allowed to wear a hoodie to school, but these kids can dress up as KKK members? I imagine they smuggled the masks in. At least I hope. Even in the most racist town in America in 2013, I doubt a school would let them walk in that way.

    • Earnest Harris says:

      I would certainly hope no sane adult or student just stood by. But from the photo it looks like no one is even paying attention.

      Hope the parents of the three read them the riot act. Unless of course that’s where the kids got their outfits.

  2. I heard that the kids had the hoods on for about a minute or three before someone told them to take ’em off.

    I wonder why a bunch of ’em painted their face white and have what looks like fake yellow hair?

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