Two top leaders of the Oklahoma Open Carry Association ran into trouble when trying to record an ‘Open Carry Walk’ in Tulsa last week with the Black Panthers and other Black militia groups.
Several armed men came from around the country to mark their freedom to march with guns but threatened to riot when a White man or Indian man got too close.
“We were met with a lot of hostility and racism at one point. I was told to leave. I was not about to be run off public property by a bunch of racist, violent, hypocritical scumbags,” said Rick Hubbard, a Choctaw Indian about the Black crowd who had threatened him.
“As I was listening to a very racist speech about ‘Black Power’ and people getting heads smashed, I was asked if I was there to agitate,” Hubbard said. “Isn’t that ridiculous?” “As I was recording a Black Panther said to me to ‘get your