Interim Mizzou President: Those Who Didn’t Support Race Protests Were ‘Just Bitter, Angry People’

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I think we all can say we are pretty damn tired of the Black lives matter. Why would we support race wars? I think we also can agree that we are tired of being insulted as well.

Mizzou is nothing but a laughing stock now. Keep up the insults..

 

From Heat Street

Last fall, the University of Missouri was rocked by race protests that helped topple the president and chancellor, and sparked a backlash that included drops in enrollment and a retreat by some donors.

On Tuesday, the University of Missouri’s interim president addressed the tumultuous protests: There are “some very, very progressive people [who are] supportive of the students… and eager to make changes,” Michael Middleton said—and then there are “people who think that it was out of control… just bitter, angry people over the fact that this happened in the first place.”

Perhaps Middleton, who was speaking to the National Press Club, shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss that latter group of people, which includes scores of dismayed donors, alumni, parents and prospective students. Mizzou’s interim president acknowledged that the university is facing a $30 million funding shortfall because of decreased enrollment in the fall, which is, in part, a reaction to the protests. Keep reading…
 

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