Mulford Act & Black Panthers

The Mulford Act was a 1967 California bill prohibiting the public carrying of loaded firearms. Named after Republican assemblyman Don Mulford, the bill garnered national attention after the Black Panthers marched on the California Capitol to protest the bill. The Black Panther Party (originally the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense) was 4.7/5

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Funny, but also true as it worked before when African-Americans; the Black Panthers, did so. They quickly introduce…
It is, in theory, but the "Mulford Act" was a direct response to minorities (Black Panthers) open carr…
For example, the NRA supported California’s Mulford Act in 1967, passed in response to Black Panthers' open-carry d…
Regan passed the Mulford Act in 1967 to ban assault type weapons after Black Panthers had assault weapons!!
Like the Mulford Act started by Ronald Reagan when the Black Panthers used to openly carry arms to p…
California's Mulford Act was enacted bc the Black Panthers decided to exercise their right to open carry
The state of California had a open carry policy until the Black Panthers exercised that right. The Mulford Act repe…
In 1967, NRA supported Mulford Act to prevent Black Panthers from protesting with guns. NRA is not a princi…
to the Mulford Act in 1967, gun control legislation supported by Ronald Reagan and the NRA to take away the Black Panthers'…
It's worked before. Look up Mulford Act of 1967. Black Panthers with legal guns resulted in RAPID action on gun control by s…
Gov Reagan passed the Mulford Act in direct response to Black Panthers performing armed patrols. Big reason why CA has strict gun control
Ronald Reagan signed the Mulford act in 1967 to disarm the Black Panthers. Try again
I wonder who those people are Mulford Act in California 1967 Black Panthers
First "gun control" was the Mulford Act, a reaction against the Black Panthers open carrying. Trump wants to grab O…
yup. 5/2/67. Black Panthers went to the Capitol, armed with rifles, to protest the Mulford Act.
Reagan? The same guy who singed the Mulford Act into law? Oh right, because Black Panthers got funny ideas about open carry.
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need his *** LUBE:Mulford act NRA support gun control when the Black Panthers arm themselves? |
I guess the Black Panthers in Sacramento protesting the Mulford Act w/guns was a group of white guys 🤔
YSK about the Mulford Act: a gun control bill signed by Gov. Ronald Reagan after Black Panthers marched with g...
I am a conservative who believes the Black Panthers were perfectly lawful in arming themselves, Mulford Act was not
Confederate disciples supports whites-only god Reagan passed Mulford Act in Calif as governor to disarm Black Panthers.
2. This recurrent theme centers around the Black Panthers & the 1967 Mulford Act in California.
and isn't it funny how he signed the Mulford (gun control) act when it was the Black Panthers open-carrying?
Did you agree with then Gov. Reagan's signing of the Mulford Act in response to armed Black Panthers?
Not at all. Reagan put in the Mulford Act in CA to keep guns out of the Black Panthers' hands.
1967 Reagan signed the Mulford Act prohibiting public carrying of firearms after the Black Panthers carried guns during a protest...
And last time the Black Panthers became nationwide, St. Reagan w/help of NRA passed Mulford Act & had COINTELPRO
And St. Reagan passed the Mulford Act in response to the real Black Panthers. LOL!
For the record, he was responding to a Black Panthers demonstration against the Mulford act, a gun-control bill...
I believe the Black Panthers had the CA folks concerned & they also passed the Mulford Act. But gun laws save lives...no?
The NRA/RW'ers were in favor of gun control before, when the Black Panthers armed themselves- See Mulford Act
I don't think it's accurate that the Mulford Act and the response to Black Panthers was the *one* time NRA was ok w gin control
The defenders of the 2nd Amendment once had a powerful ally in America: the Black Panthers. The self-styled revolutionaries believed there's something powerful and liberating about holding a firearm in your hands. In "Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party," we learn that Huey Newton and Bobby Seale felt lots of gun love as they drove up and down the streets of Oakland in 1966. Back then, it was legal for California residents to carry firearms in public — as long as said weapons were held in full view. So Newton and Seale patrolled ghetto streets armed with rifles, shotguns and copies of California's liberal gun laws. To fight police brutality, they policed the cops. Time and again, their standoffs with officers ended with Newton and Seale giving lectures on the law. "What's the matter with you?" Newton told one officer. "You're supposed to be people enforcing the law, and here you are, ready to violate my constitutional rights. You can't have my gun. The only way you' ...
They don't want to discuss the Mulford Act, & Ronald Reagan's ban of CA or the Black Panthers. Lol
There is a posting that had a reference to the open carry status of California citizens before the Mulford Act of 1967. Said that Reagan signed it and the NRA endorsed it. As usual what most of the shills and trolls on here don't do is tell you is the rest of the story. Yes Governor Ronald Reagan signed it. Whether the NRA endorsed it...hmmm. But the object of the bill was to stop the open carry loaded weapons in public of the Black Panthers. They conducted at that time BPP Black Panther Patrols or Black Panther Police Patrols that listened in on the city police short wave radio and would then dash to the site with law books in hand to let the person being arrested their full constitutional rights. They would stay ten feet away from the arrest, but each member who showed up wore an open carried loaded firearm. It was felt this was a danger to the general public and hence the law against open carry in California. The poster says, "Look it up." My answer is if you're going to make a point back it up then an ...
The 1967 Mulford Act - The Mulford Act was a 1967 California bill prohibiting the public carrying of loaded firearms. Named after Republican 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 Republican California Governor Ronald Reagan and became California penal code 12031 and 171(c). This act still exists today in California law books...
Black Panthers went into gun control hearing with guns to protest Mulford Act
OUR PPL PERISH 4 LACK OF KNOWLEDGE: Beginning in 1966, the Panthers carried out police patrols, in which they rushed to the scene of an arrest with their loaded weapons publicly displayed, and notified those being arrested of their constitutional rights. California state legislator Don Mulford introduced a bill to repeal the state law allowing citizens to carry loaded guns in public if they were openly displayed. Mulford had the Panthers in mind with this legislation. On May 2, 1967, a group of Black Panthers protested the bill by walking into the California State Capitol Building fully armed. In response, the legislature passed the Mulford Act. And Gov. Reagan, who was a major proponent of disarming the Panthers, signed the bill into law, effectively neutralizing the Panther Police Patrols. Yet, in the 1970s the NRA began to shift their direction rightward and actively lobby for gun rights. Their chief lobbyist, Harlon Carter, was a former border control agent and staunch supporter of gun rights. In ...
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