University Leader Under Fire For Mourning Dallas Attack


The University of Mississippi has become a monstrous joke of racist proportions. The University Chancellor had the utter gall to offer his condolences to Dallas, the police officers there and the families of fallen cops who were murdered in cold blood by a militant black racist activist. For that sin, students and other faculty are demanding he apologize and possibly offer up his head as compensation for daring to care about others.

These people feel the Chancellor should have been more concerned with Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and how they were gunned down by cops. At least one of those is a justified shooting and they may both be… but one thing is for certain… those officers in Dallas did not deserve to die. They were busy protecting people and were simply executed.

From DownTrend:

When the chancellor of the University of Mississippi expressed sympathy for the five murdered Dallas police officers, that was the last straw.

At a forum hosted Monday by the Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement, students and faculty gathered to reflect on and discuss the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, with several attendees taking the opportunity to complain that the administration has been insufficiently sympathetic with respect to those incidents, CampusReform is reporting.

The Daily Mississippian reports that one student brought up a tweet made by UM Chancellor Jeff Vitter the night of the attack in Dallas, which read “Ole Miss hearts heavy with the news of the tragedy in Dallas. Sending our thoughts and our prayers.”

Vitter even expanded on what he meant:

In a post on his official blog two days before the forum, Chancellor Vitter also alluded to the tragic events that occurred throughout the nation in recent weeks, saying “we mourn for everyone” without mentioning any specific incidents.

“Our country is hurting as we process the tragic events of this past week. We mourn for everyone,” Vitter wrote. “I believe in the transformative effect of higher education and that it has a unique and powerful role to play in our path from here. We must approach each other with respect, with dignity, and through civil discourse. There are no easy answers, but we have strength in our voice and a responsibility to further the conversation.”

But these dunderheads didn’t understand that he was pointing out that every life lost should be mourned. They were far more concerned with racism and what they deem ‘white supremacy’. They are screaming racism at the top of their lungs, while they themselves are the ones guilty of that crime. A perfect example is Allen Coon, President of the UM College Democrats and an African American studies major, who vehemently blamed “white supremacy” for recent racial tensions and violence, saying, “You realize your enemy is not racism, it’s white supremacy because that’s killing black and brown bodies every day.”

Coon claims that “white denial” is what is causing racial divisiveness across the nation. Then this leftist moonbat went off full throttle, declaring that “my body is a weapon by which I will destroy white supremacy” in a tweet posted after the forum.

“This country was built on white denial. This university was built on white denial and white supremacy,” Coon told Campus Reform. “It needs to become borderline obsessive. Ask yourself everyday, ‘what can I do with my body to destroy white supremacy?’ Because I’m not free until everybody’s free.” The ultimate freedom is death, I guess and this is just one example of the violence put forth by the left and Black Lives Matter. ‘Free’ is in the eye of the beholder these days and delivered from the barrel of a gun.

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