By: Renee Nal
The Young America’s Foundation “exclusively obtained a private message from students at the University of Missouri” advising peers to “arm themselves with tasers and pepper spray.” Also, TheBlaze reported that black students are being advised by peers and on social media to get weapons, presumably to protect themselves against vague, unsubstantiated hate crimes.
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) November 10, 2015
For background read: Radical Students Take Missouri University Hostage: Issue Demands; Oust President [Video] From the YAF article:
“…a group of students will be gathering to form a ‘safe place’ and intend to protect it with ‘non-lethal weapons’ throughout the course of the day. ‘Black students and [their] closest allies at Mizzou are encouraging their peers to arm themselves with tasers and pepper spray.’…”
Here is the image captured, which was “…sent earlier this morning and disseminated through private Facebook groups and text messages in order to deliberately avoid public exposure…”
As pointed out at theBlaze, “Students and supporters on social media have also called for black students to arm themselves while on campus.” But the incidents that have led up to the insanity are highly questionable. Back in September, University of Missouri Student Body President Payton Head “reported that people shouted racial slurs at him from a passing pickup truck, galvanizing the protest movement.” There was also a completely unsubstantiated account of a feces swastika. Today, it was reported that Payton Head further posted about the Ku Klux Klan being on campus, then deleted the post:
It is clear that someone wants trouble. Hopefully the majority of students will see through the insanity.