According to Genn Opp leadership, the point of all this is to organize young people with "little bit of creepiness."
"It's a seemingly exciting event where all the games are rigged against young people with a little bit of creepiness," Evan Feinberg, the group's president, told BuzzFeed. He called the carnival a symbol for Obamacare.
But the carnival isn't advocating any specific policy or change to the law. It's just an elaborate, anti-Obamacare roadshow.
"The ultimate goal is to educate and mobilize young Americans to kick the Obamacare disaster out of their towns," he said, adding that the campaign will build on Gen Opp's Opt Out campaign, in which the group tried to convince young people not to sign up for Obamacare.
(Ultimately, seven million people chose health care plans in the Obamacare exchanges before the 2014 deadline.)