Mulford Act....Isn't it interesting how times have changed? When blacks wanted open carry the NRA shit them down. Gun rights only for some?

Mulford Act....Isn't it interesting how times have changed? When blacks wanted open carry the NRA shit them down. Gun rights only for some?

On May 2, 1967, Lil’ Bobby Hutton was one of thirty Panthers who traveled to the California state capitol in Sacramento to demonstrate against the Mulford Act, a bill that would prohibit carrying loaded firearms in public. The group walked in to the state assembly armed as a protest to the Mulford Act. Lil’ Bobby Hutton Hutton, Bobby Seale and several of the Panthers were arrested.

On May 2, 1967, Lil’ Bobby Hutton was one of thirty Panthers who traveled to the California state capitol in Sacramento to demonstrate against the Mulford Act, a bill that would prohibit carrying loaded firearms in public. The group walked in to the state assembly armed as a protest to the Mulford Act. Lil’ Bobby Hutton Hutton, Bobby Seale and several of the Panthers were arrested.

The NRA supported gun control when the Black Panthers were the ones holding the guns. The Mulford Act was a 1967 California bill prohibiting the public carrying of loaded firearms. Named after Assemblyman Don Mulford, the bill garnered national attention after the Black Panthers marched on the California Capitol to protest the bill. The bill was signed by California Governor Ronald Reagan!

The NRA supported gun control when the Black Panthers were the ones holding the guns. The Mulford Act was a 1967 California bill prohibiting the public carrying of loaded firearms. Named after Assemblyman Don Mulford, the bill garnered national attention after the Black Panthers marched on the California Capitol to protest the bill. The bill was signed by California Governor Ronald Reagan!

Lil' Bobby Hutton and Bobby Seale inside the Sacramento Capitol building protesting the Mulford Act, a new law to stop the Black Panther Party from legally doing armed patrols of the police (May 2, 1967).

Lil' Bobby Hutton and Bobby Seale inside the Sacramento Capitol building protesting the Mulford Act, a new law to stop the Black Panther Party from legally doing armed patrols of the police (May 2, 1967).

On May 2, 1967, armed members of the Black Panther Party marched on the California state capitol in opposition to the Mulford Act, which prohibited public carrying of loaded firearms.

On May 2, 1967, armed members of the Black Panther Party marched on the California state capitol in opposition to the Mulford Act, which prohibited public carrying of loaded firearms.

We Register Cars, Why Not Guns?  There is a difference, one is a privilege and the other is a right.

We Register Cars, Why Not Guns? There is a difference, one is a privilege and the other is a right.

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