A group of black conservatives found themselves aggressively shadowed by white, mask-wearing antifa protesters during the Martin Luther King, Jr. parade in Denver, Colorado.
Derrick Wilburn, the executive director of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, said that the antifa activists "walked alongside us, in front of us, behind us, with their stupid little bandanas on." Wilburn said the group wanted to "agitate" and "irritate" the conservative marchers.
The antifa group walked in step with them for the entirety of the 3.1-mile route.
The director referred to the protesters as "knuckleheads." A police escort reportedly fell in line behind the antifa protesters at some point during the march. Wilburn called it "fortunate" that law enforcement had been close by during the march.