Fox's Megyn Kelly Calls Protesters In Missouri "Angry Black Students"

Kelly: "A Small Group Of Angry Black Students Managed To Force The Resignation Of The Two Highest Ranking Officials"

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From the November 11 edition of Fox News' The Kelly File:

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MEGYN KELLY: Breaking tonight, new evidence that what started with a campus protest in Missouri, may be spreading to more colleges and universities as small groups of students use complaints about race and diversity in a big play to rewrite the rules for everyone. And now this is becoming an issue for the 2016 race for the White House

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It started with a remarkable series of events at the University of Missouri. In a period of roughly 72 hours, a small group of angry black students managed to force the resignation of the two highest ranking officials at that school, complaining they did not show enough concern about racial issues at the school, including the self defense shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson last winter. 

 Related:

Inspired By Mizzou Protests, Students Across Country Focus On Being #BlackonCampus

Previously:

Right-Wing Media Bemoan University Of Missouri President's Resignation: His Only Crime Was "Being A White Man"

Limbaugh: University of Missouri President Resigned For "Committing The Crime Of Being A White Male

TX Radio Host Michael Berry Calls Protesting MU Football Players "Thugs," Compares Ex-MU President To Neville Chamberlain

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