After President Tim Wolfe resigned, events only escalated at University of Missouri. Not only has the KKK formed a presence, but shooters exist around every corner. Hit the jump for more information.

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Shooters have allied with both sides of this catastrophe. Student body president Payton Head warned via Facebook that the KKK was spotted on campus. Soon after, MUPD Maj. Brian Weimer released a statement denying this claim. He almost immediately retracted his statement.

Students should stay away from windows and call 911 in case of emergency.

Meanwhile, a message mimicking the Umpqua Community College shooter Chris Harper-Mercer’s appeared on the anonymous app Yik Yak. “Some of you are alright. Don’t go to campus tomorrow. Tomorrow will really make national news.” The messenger went on to promise to kill “every Black person.”

Further, someone shot seven people in a four-house shooting spree. Needless to say, the students requested classes get canceled. It seems unlikely that missing a test right now should be anyone’s priority.

The governor needs to call in the National Guard. This situation only seems to get exponentially worse with each passing minute. How can it have even gotten this far? Perhaps the KKK is the only thing defining Missouri culture up to this point. But, it’s 2015. This behavior was not acceptable when they formed, and it surely has not earned merit.

Source: Mic