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Mizzou college students FAKED being 'hit' by University president's car so they could get him fired for being white

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(NaturalNews) Update: A new video has been added to this article to illustrate the exact moment that Jonathon Butler pretended to get hit by Tim Wolfe's car in order to claim fabricated victimhood to advance his group's political agenda.

A number of "racially charged incidents" that allegedly occurred in recent months at the University of Missouri are now being challenged or openly exposed as hoaxes, though far too late to have prevented the forced resignation of the school's president and chancellor.

As reported by Breitbart News, in September Payton Head, the African American president of the University of Missouri Student Association, claimed in a Facebook post that someone in a passing pickup truck hurled a racial epithet his way.

"I just want to say how extremely hurt and disappointed I am," he wrote in a Sept. 12 post. "Last night as I walking [sic] through campus, some guys riding on the back of a pickup truck decided that it would be okay to continuously scream NIGGER at me."

But the incident was apparently never reported to police and there is no way of knowing if those involved were even students at MU. Still, if it did occur, Head was right to point it out because it is inexcusable behavior.

"I don't want to see the next freshman coming in from the south side of Chicago, you know, who's black, who walks around and is called the N-word," Head later told The New York Times.

'We don't tolerate racism on campus'

Then, a few weeks later, another incident occurred involving black students preparing for homecoming. According to reports, a drunken white student verbally accosted them on campus, also hurling racial epithets. That incident was reported to campus police, and the student subsequently identified and banned from campus pending an investigation.

Also, a group of black alumni wrote a letter outlining additional incidents that allegedly happened on campus over the past 11 years, including a 2011 incident when someone spray-painted the N-word on a statue at a residence hall.

If all of these incidents are indeed true, then obviously black students have every right feel upset and be angry, and even wonder why it appears that it's alright to demean them on campus.

But what's not clear is that the university's top officials disagreed with them, including the first casualty, president Tim Wolfe. And the then-chancellor, R. Bowen Loftin, produced a video and wrote a letter that was posted online decrying racism and outlining the school's policy towards racist behavior.

"Racism exists at MU. I want to make it clear that we do not tolerate racism and prejudice on our campus. We will identify this individual from last night, and this person will be disciplined according to our campus conduct policies," he wrote following the second incident mentioned above.

Students were also upset at Wolfe over an alleged incident in which they claimed that a car he was riding in struck a black student. As Breitbart News reported:

Some of the anger directed at President Wolfe seemed to stem from an incident in which a dozen protesters shut down a homecoming parade by blocking the car carrying Wolfe and his wife. The protesters say they were angered that Wolfe didn't get out of his car to talk to them, but that reason seemed to merge with a more dubious claim that Wolfe's driver hit protester Jonathan Butler with his car.

Lies, misrepresentations and outright lies

A student protester in a video brought up the alleged incident (the video is here – she is the person speaking via the phone), which was then incorporated into "list of demands" made of the university.

"We want Tim Wolfe to admit his gross negligence, allowing the driver to hit one of the demonstrators, consenting to the physical violence of bystanders and lastly refusing to intervene when Columbia Police Department used excessive force with demonstrators," it read.

But there's no evidence in the video that Butler – or anyone – was struck by a car. But the narrative of "car hits demonstrator" is a popular tactic of the social justice warrior crowd.

One other thing: As noted at Twitchy, Head, the student body president, recently claimed in a Facebook post during the height of protests at MU that the KKK was on campus – a claim he later admitted was a lie.

UPDATE: A new video showing the moment that Jonathon Butler pretended to get hit by Tim Wolfe's car so he could claim fabricated victimhood has been released. Pay close attention to the following video, which clearly demonstrates how race-baiting social justice warriors fabricate victimhood in order to get people fired or otherwise punished for being white.





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