Friday, September 11, 2020

Mizzou Suffers Coronavirus Debacle

Here's a worthwhile story and a better read than dead-tree newsies attempting to take credit for college student journalism . . . Check more harsh times for an embattled campus that's a microcosm of the nation . . . Read more:

Mizzou Students Complained of COVID-19 Mess on Campus. So Chancellor Blocked Them on Twitter.

As Missouri University reportedly approaches nearly 4,000 positive cases of the coronavirus, Chancellor and President Mun Choi has blocked students from viewing his Twitter account after they voiced concerns about the school's handling of the outbreak. It ultimately took a lawsuit threat from one student for Choi to unblock them.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...


Communists democrats need to understand they can't block freedom of speech. The sooner they get that trough their totalitarian heads the better everyone will be.

Anonymous said...

Here’s the funny part, the faggot students and the faggot administration don’t realize they’re on the same faggot side.

Charlie Horse said...

Does President Mun Choi carry a little red book around campus?

Anonymous said...

He’s from China, the Wuhan flu is from China, the college gets money from China.

See the pattern here people? He’s trying to cover for his motherland China because they hate America and want us dead.

Woody Pfister said...

Missouri selected Mun Choi as President in reparation for former Officer Darren Wilson defending himself from attack by the Gentle Giant Mike Brown. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

keep usa free!

say no to totalitarians.

Anonymous said...


MUCK FIZZOU!

Anonymous said...

Every college administrator is a Mussolini wannabe.

Anonymous said...

I had some Mun Choi st the China Palace buffet the other night.
It was still moving on the plate but I finally got it down.

Anonymous said...

please, south koreans are mostly pro-freedom, great people.

not saying whatever this controversy is about was right.

Anonymous said...

South Koreans are fierce anti-communists.

Folks don't know that during the last year of the Korean War, the South Koreans bloodied the Chinese Red Army in numerous battles. Tough, tough fighters.

They assisted the U.S. during the Vietnam War by sending two divisions to Vietnam. The North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong avoided the ROK Tiger and White Horse Divisions as they gave no quarter.

Ask any U.S. Vet about the South Korean Army troops they served with and they will share their admiration.