Apparently one of the things causing anxiety and apprehension is the carrying of the flag.
It's unusual, so it gets labled as "scary".
Does anybody remember when African Americanes (that's what they were back then) walked in groups (like these guys - 2 or 3 at a time) along the sidewalks of Carytown and downtown? Beyond "scary" into the realm of terrifying.
Has anybody run into one of the group outings of/for the intellectually challenged (retarded)? Mommies grabbing their children and hustling them away lest the kids "catch" something.
So far these three guys are confining their activity to walking on the public sidewalks, as opposed to carrying their behavior into private property. So what's all the excitement here about?