Originally published November 14 2015
Mizzou activist Payton Head a secret WHITE HOUSE operative?
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) Do the racially motivated protests at the University of Missouri seem a little too organized, a little too planned, perhaps even a bit canned? There may be a very good reason for that.
It could be that everything going on now was planned, in advance, by the one guy who could honestly say he's an expert at rabble-rousing and protest: Barack Hussein Obama.
Now, before you roll your eyes in irritated disbelief, you were curious enough about the potential that a lot of what is taking place on the Mizzou campus was orchestrated that you clicked on this story. So the least you can do for yourself is finish reading it.
There is at least an association between President Obama and the young man essentially whipping up much of the racial hysteria at Mizzou – Payton Head, president of the University of Missouri student body. Did you know that Head actually met President Obama, circa July 2011, according to this picture posted to Head's Facebook account?
In fact, according to this search of the White House visitor's log online, someone by the name of Payton Head visited the White House four times – July 25, 2011 (which coincides with the Facebook post); July 26, 2011; March 19, 2014; and again on May 29, 2015.
Suspicious behavior and unconfirmed claimsThere's more. As reported by CBS, Head is also from Chicago – Obama's hometown:
A Chicago student is at the center of a movement that brought down the president of the University of Missouri.
Payton Head, from Chicago's South Side, is the student body president who led the call for the university's president to resign or be fired.
Plus, Natural News readers will recall that some of this young man's behavior has been downright suspicious, with uncorroborated claims of incidents of racism. Let's start with his claim that he'd been the victim of a racial slur that was hurled at him by some drunk white guys riding in a pickup truck as he walked on campus one evening. But there was never any police report made, and you'd think that the student body leader would have the presence of mind to set a leadership example by doing so – especially now, after so much has happened there.
Also, Head claimed via social media that members of the KKK were actually roaming the MU campus, tossing bricks at windows and terrorizing students of color. Head claimed that he was in contact with the MU police, state troopers and National Guard – all of which turned out to be a lie, as he later admitted.
"Students please take precaution," Head warned in a Facebook post, as reported by Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. "Stay away from the windows in residence halls. The KKK has been confirmed to be sighted on campus. I'm working with the MUPD, the state trooper [sic] and the National Guard."
It's all just coincidence – right?"Head's comments added to the tumult, and soon dozens both on and off-campus were tweeting about the supposed KKK presence, with some claiming the Klansmen were throwing bricks through dorm windows and others wildly claiming the KKK were enjoying police protection," The Daily Caller added.
The site further reported that, later, after the panic settled down and some rationality seeped back into the student body consciousness, it was learned that the incident was nothing but mass hysteria:
[I]t turns out the entire affair was an incident of mass hysteria. Barely an hour after the mania began, local police clarified that there was no evidence of any KKK activity on campus.
Ties to the Obama White House. Ties to Obama's home town of Chicago. Multiple visits with an expert in "community organizing" and Left-wing rabble-rousing, one just months before all the chaos began at MU. False-flag reports. Fomenting hysteria.
I guess it could all be a coincidence – right?
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