Last month, Bill O'Reilly used a Move On video to warns his viewers of "threats from the far left" if President Obama did not win re-election. Last week, Fox Nation sourced from Michelle Malkin's twitter watch site (focused on tweets, supposedly from African Americans, that say bad things about white people) to inform its readers (?!) that black folks might be rioting in the event of an Obama defeat. Well, don't ya know that there was a bit of a post-election disturbance! But color me amazed because it wasn't perpetrated by hordes of dark skinned ruffians; but rather, 300 - 400 young white students who were just so upset about President Obama's victory that they took to the streets of the campus of the University of Mississippi to - er - protest. Suffice to say, things soon got a little heated. What say you, Bill O'Reilly and Fox Nation?
According to the "Clarion-Ledger," the chancellor of Ole Miss is "disappointed" by this "immature and uncivil approach" to the election results. Two of the students were arrested for disorderly conduct, one for public intoxication, and one for failure to comply with police. During the disturbance, racial epithets about Obama and African-Americans were shouted. Some Obama signs were lit on fire. (Video here)
So Hotty Toddy, Gosh Almighty, it looks like some Romney supporting Ole Miss students were engaging in the kind of behavior that was predicted for Obama supporters (read, black people). I'm sure O'Reilly will call out these fine, young conservatives (conservative cretins as opposed to "liberal loons?") for their rowdiness and Fox Nation will have a blaring lede about it. Then again...
Naaaaahhh . . . why do that when they can endlessly recycle reports of scary Black Panthers intimidating whites at the polls?