Watch Mizzou students, COMMUNICATIONS PROF ‘muscle’ student journos from PUBLIC ‘safe space’

The inmates are running the asylum at the University of Missouri, and it ain’t pretty.

After a militant group of students ran university president Tim Wolfe out of town on a rail, one would think things would have settled down at old Mizzou, and the victorious mob would have been anxious to speak to the press.

And one would be wrong.

Instead, the rabble set up a “no media safe space” on a section of public grounds of the public university and a large group of them linked arms to assure that no journalists would be able to record the goings-on.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports writer, Benjamin Hochman, tweeted this image of the media “no-go zone.”

Question: If secrecy was truly their desire, why didn’t they meet in a place already closed to the public — such as a dormitory? But that’s being logical, and logic seems to have left this mob long ago.

This video shows what happens when a reporter ventures too close — mayhem.

At about the 5:10 mark a communications professor, according to the tweets below, can be heard referring to a student journalist attempting to gain access as an “unethical reporter” because “he doesn’t respect their space.”

The irony of the situation wasn’t lost on anyone.

But this, perhaps, sums up the madness best.

Missouri is known as the “show me state,” but just like tolerance, “show me” is only a one-way street for the left.

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Strong reactions as university president resigns: ‘Run out of town by rampaging, lunatic mob … hollering racism’


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