Davis' Message Cult Influence Hits British Columbia:
Many who have escaped the "Message" cult are familiar with Branham's statements declaring Civil Rights leaders and the movement "communists" or "communistic inspired," but very few are aware that the Ku Klux Klan presented the same allegations in propaganda that spread quickly during the 1960's. As Roy E. Davis' Original Knights of the Ku Klux Klan began militarizing in Shreveport, Louisiana, the propaganda hit the South very hard.
During this time, William Branham aligned with the Ku Klux Klan:
Down there that day in Shreveport when that uprise come, and them—and there was all them young colored inspired out there, communisticâ€¦ I've told you here in this pulpit, Martin Luther King is the greatest indebtment the colored people's ever had. Right. That man's going to lead a—thousands of them to a slaughter (That's right.), inspired by communism.
Branham, 64-0830E - Questions And Answers #4
It would appear that William Branham and Roy E. Davis' influence was significant. This type of propaganda is still spreading, even today: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2017/01/16/kkk-pamphlets-targeting-martin-luther-king-jr-distributed-in-abbotsford-bc.html