The Ku Klux Klan held a pathetic parade to celebrate the election of Donald Trump in North Carolina on Saturday.
The hate group's "parade" was originally to be held in Pelham but was moved one county over to Roxboro because of protestors.
The Burlington Times-Newsreports that the KKK rally had a full police escort. State troopers blocked intersections while 30 vehicles drove around the town.
The paper reports that men and women shouted “White power!” and “Hail victory!” from vehicles flying KKK flags, Confederate battle flags, Donald Trump flags, and Christian flags.
IT'S HAPPENING. KKK just came through Roxboro. Battle flags & shouting "WHITE POWER!" pic.twitter.com/rcjHbmUUiR- Natalie A. Janicello (@natalie_allison) December 3, 2016
The hate group had originally planned their parade in Pelham, but cowardly moved it when protestors showed up.
Groups in Greensboro, Mebane and Charlotte held rallies Saturday to counter the KKK's event.
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