Threats keep Mizzou Army ROTC from wearing uniforms this week | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KRCG

Columbia — University of Missouri Army ROTC members have been instructed to not wear their uniforms this week, according to a student in the program.The student, who wished to remain anonymous, said a professor of military science sent an email to members instructing them to not wear their uniforms because of threats made towards veterans and soldiers in the Columbia area.

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Absolutely shameful. The Missouri State legislature better take a long hard look at the funding for Mizzou. At this point, it seems letting your children attend that school is parental malfeasance.

7 thoughts on “Threats keep Mizzou Army ROTC from wearing uniforms this week | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KRCG”

  1. Threats? Bullcrap, at worst some little sjw pos got full of themselves after the events of this week and made a phone call. Some OIC covering his ass at most.

  2. I liked the Instapundit’s idea after the football team threatened a boycott: cancel the football program.

    Just caught a photo of some of the “activists” on that campus wearing a t-shirt featuring the old ’60s “black power” clenched fist. Give me a freakin’ break.

  3. They should show up in combats
    And KILL any racist scumbag BLM POS who gargles in their direction
    With as much pain and screaming as possible

  4. The radical left will push for it to be perpetually 1968. Don’t think that among the socialist-communist progressives the opinions of service members as baby killers has changed one iota. The “thank you for your service” line to them is a smoke screen. They would call us the same vile names that our older Vietnam Vet brothers were subject to, if they thought it politically feasible to get away with it. But short of that, the sentiment dwells not far below the surface.

  5. Never mind funding, they should just shut the whole school down for five years. See if anyone notices.

  6. I have a suggestion for a new impact area for the Missouri Army Reserve/ARNG Field Artillery.

    Paul

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