‘Whitey ordered up a thunderstorm?’ Mizzou babies mocked after nixing march for ‘inclement weather’

Social justice warriors at the University of Missouri planned to march Wednesday in furtherance of their protest against racial discrimination at a school that elected a gay black man as student body president.

But then it got a little cloudy … which prompted one social media user to inquire: “Whitey ordered up a thunderstorm?”

While it remains to be seen if the Mizzou students charge Mother Nature with racism for not cooperating with their planned theatrics, the march was canceled as a result of “inclement weather” — 0.03 inches of rain was reported by The Weather Channel.

Foiled by the stormy conditions, students/race activists opted to hold a a town hall meeting instead — sans any nosy media personnel.

In face of the ongoing lunacy taking place at Mizzou, driven by a few unsubstantiated claims of isolated incidents of racism that may not even involve students, social media users opted to have a little fun with the change in plans — it beats crying over the sad state of affairs.

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