Hundreds of people came to a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Broken Arrow on Saturday.
The crowd gathered at Central Park before marching down Main Street, the Tulsa World reported.
The peaceful protest against police brutality and racism went on without incident. A former candidate for the Oklahoma Senate posted a call to action for "Broken Arrow freedom loving patriots" to stand guard over businesses during the protest.
In responses to his post, others asked if they should bring a baseball bat, implied they would bring a firearm and said they would be there "with my Trump flags."