Well, that didn’t take long. The scumbaggery of the lunatic students in Misery U became evident, even for members of the media, just one day after claiming the scalps of a couple of university officials.
Now we find members of the faculty and school administration were involved in this mess.
While the actions were shocking enough to warrant the immediate removal of these lunatics from the campus, there are a few other observations and questions which need to be asked.
Apparently, these lunatics were allowed to build a tent city on public property in the middle of campus? ….. Assisted by faculty and administration members?
While these jackasses were complaining about people supposedly intimidating them, they clearly attempted to intimidate a fellow student, and a minority (who is apparently not brown enough for the lunatics’ standards). They openly violated state and federal law and accosted and assaulted the young man pictured above. The young man’s name is Tim Tai. Great kudos goes out to Mr. Tai and the person who videoed his efforts and poise.
The biggest question, of course, is what are these lunatics trying to hide, while they usurp public property and authority.
The simplest lesson here is that these supposed people are hypocrites. They don’t give two thoughts about oppressing someone else. Thank goodness there were other people around to witness the treatment of Mr. Tai. I shudder to think what would have happened to him had there not been other people around to witness.
In the video, which I will post, you can clearly see a mob pushing Mr. Tai backwards, over and over again, on public property, and Mr. Tai not even being an antagonist towards these supposed people, not that it would make any difference. Even if Mr. Tai was antagonizing towards these supposed people, their actions would still be intolerable.
The First Amendment, means nothing to these supposed people.
Here’s this from Fox …..
The Dean of the Missouri School of Journalism on Tuesday lambasted an assistant communications professor and lauded a photojournalism student for their roles in Monday’s viral video showing a confrontation between that student journalist and protesters attempting to block him from shooting photos on a public quad.
The filmed confrontation appeared to show the University of Missouri protesters, including Assistant Professor Melissa Click, engaging in a clear violation of the First Amendment, since the incident occurred in a public space on the campus of a public university.
The video was posted on YouTube shortly after University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe resigned following a week of protests over his perceived lack of response to a series of racially charged incidents. The Los Angeles Times reported that Tim Tai, a 20-year-old senior at the university working on a freelance assignment for ESPN, went to the protesters’ tent encampment to document their reaction to the news.
Shortly after Tai arrived and began to take photos, the protesters formed a ring around the encampment and began to push away the assembled media. Tai refused to budge.
“The Missouri School of Journalism is proud of photojournalism senior Tim Tai for how he handled himself during a protest on Carnahan Quad on the University of Missouri campus,” Dean David Kurpius said in Tuesday’s statement.
“The news media have First Amendment rights to cover public events,” Kurpius said. “Tai handled himself professionally and with poise.”
In the video, Tai tells one demonstrator that he has “a job to do! I’m documenting this for a national news organization. This is the First Amendment that protects your right to stand here and mine!”
One school administrator, identified as Janna Basler, the school’s director of Greek life and leadership, is seen on the video confronting Tai. When he asks her name, Basler says, “I am Concerned Student 1950,” a reference to the name of the African-American group leading the protests.
Near the end of the video, another adult, identified as Click, tells another reporter, “You need to get out,” before asking other protesters for help.
“Who wants to help me get this reporter out of here?” she asks, adding as the video ends, “I need some muscle over here.”
Kurpius said Click, who is a member of the MU Department of Communication in the College of Arts and Science, holds a “courtesy appointment with the School of Journalism.”
“Journalism School faculty members are taking immediate action to review that appointment,” Kurpius said in his statement.
Tom Warhover, the executive editor of the Columbia Missourian, a university newspaper, told the Times he was “pretty incensed” about Tai’s treatment.
“I find it ironic that particularly faculty members would resort to those kinds of things for no good reason. I understand students who are protesting and want privacy. But they are not allowed to push and assault our photographers — our student photographers.”
Tai told the Los Angeles Times the situation resembled last year’s protests in Ferguson, Mo., which he also covered. The only difference, he said, was “it was the police doing it then.”
The failure to properly instruct our young people condemns society. Indeed, the idiot school administrators and faculty members have apparently not learned what happens to them as soon as the lunatics they are inciting gains enough power to where they’re no longer useful. History demonstrates they are the first to go.
Here’s the video.