Tuesday, November 17, 2015 by Julie Wilson
Just when you thought the recent chain of events centered on allegations of racism at the University of Missouri couldn’t get any more bizarre, student body President Payton Head incited panic across campus when he posted on Facebook a confirmation that members of the KKK were on university grounds.
Head’s post encouraged students to take “precaution,” urging them to stay away from windows in residence halls. He even went so far to say he was working with the University of Missouri Police Department (MUPD) and the National Guard, before later admitting it was all a lie.
White people more upset about there only being one white person in the Google doodle rather than the KKK present at #Mizzou smh
— peachy (@TeaEmoji) November 11, 2015
Missouri student body President Payton Head posted that the KKK was on campus, then later said it was all a lie…. https://t.co/Qhg3L3ZMiT
— Teresa Tupta (@TTupta) November 11, 2015
“I’m sorry about the misinformation that I have shared through social media,” wrote Head.
“In a state of alarm, I was concerned for all students of the University of Missouri and wanted to ensure that everyone was safe. I received and shared information from multiple incorrect sources, which I deeply regret. The last thing needed is to incite more fear in the hearts of our community. In the future, please receive emergency updates from MUalert.missouri.edu or @MUalert on Twitter ONLY.”
Natural News’ Health Ranger Mike Adams breaks down the bizarre Facebook post in a breaking news article:
“The latest incident involves the university’s student body president Payton Head hallucinating that he was seeing hooded KKK members walking around campus as if Mizzou was being invaded by white supremacists from the year 1949.
“‘Students please take precaution,’ this paranoid, delusional student body president warned in a Facebook post. ‘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 and the National Guard.'”
For more information on this story, check out Adams’ full article here.