Several times PCG have condemned the anti-racism protesters at the University of Missouri.
That tendency is continued by Robert Morley.
You [Joel Hilliker] mentioned how students went crazy over this supposed act of racism. (Robert Morley, Trumpet Hour, November 27, 2015, 42 minutes.)Morley mentions an incident in which a bag of excrement was at first viewed as an act of racism but turned out to be a misunderstanding.
Morley is so outraged that University officials for afraid of protesters.
Administrators are just walking on eggshells. They don't want to do anything that could potentially cause students to riot or for the Black Lives Matter Movement to become vocal. They don't want to be called racist and get dragged through the media. (43-44 minutes)Morley then talks about how some racist white terrorists shot at protesters. How is that not terrorism? But Morley does not describe this shocking act of violence in such a way. They are not vilified as criminals or as a public menace. It is described differently from how incidents of viewed as "black on white violence" are described by PCG's writers.
Those five protesters that were shot. They were ... There were five masked men that came to the protest. They were escorted away. They eventually opened fire and they hit some people. And some of those offenders were arrested and it turned out that they were all white. (45 minutes.)What an understated way to describe an armed, terrorist attack against anti-racism protesters.