Protests Erupted at University of Mississippi After President Obama Won Reelection, Campaign Photograph Burned

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Protests Erupted at University of Mississippi After President Obama Won Reelection, Campaign Photograph Burned (Pictured James Meredith)

The Deep South will always be stuck in the dark days in America’s history when blacks were denigrated and treated as less than a human. Well, the University of Mississippi Chancellor Dan Jones has expressed disappointment in the “immature and uncivil approach” taken by some students after President Obama won reelection in last night’s presidential election. I guess after all these years, Ole Miss still gives people a reason to view the school and state negatively.

A statement released by the university Wednesday says some students notified university police that people were gathering near the student union to protest President Barack Obama’s reelection.

Officers arrived to find about 30-40 students in front of the union, which quickly grew to more 400 students within 20 minutes. Source

Funny Ole Miss should be in the news for racial intolerance but they are no stranger to this despicable behavior. Remember James Meredith, who had to be escorted to school because racists didn’t want him there.  These are the lunatics Mitt Romney appealed to.

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