MIZZOU Hunger Striker A Fraud

MIZZOU Hunger Striker A Fraud

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MIZZOU Hunger Striker A Fraud

Claims He’s Oppressed, Rips ‘White Privilege’ –  BUT

Comes From Family Worth $20 Million

 

This whole thing smelled funny from the get-go.

In this current environment things are almost never what they appear; instead, look for a possible agenda behind the curtain.

 

MIZZOU HUNGER STRIKER Claims He’s Oppressed, Rips ‘White Privilege’ – Comes From Family Worth $20 Million

His father is a railroad vice president and made over $8 million last year
Gateway Pundit | Jim Hoft – November 11, 2015

He’s a One-Percenter!

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Jonathan Butler, the University of Missouri graduate student who went on a weekend hunger strike, comes from a family worth $20 million. His father is a railroad vice president and made over $8 million last year.

Butler complained about white privilege.

He argued he was oppressed.

St. Louis Today reported:

Jonathan Butler, a central figure in the protests at the University of Missouri, is an Omaha native and the son of a railroad vice president, the Omaha World-Herald reports.

Butler refused food last week in a move to force the university system’s president, Timothy M. Wolfe, from office. Wolfe resigned Monday and Butler ended his hunger strike.

Jonathan Butler played high-school football at Omaha Central High, where he won a state championship, and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mizzou, the newspaper reports. He is working toward a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy.

He is a member of a prominent Omaha family. The newspaper says that Butler’s father is Eric L. Butler, executive vice president for sales and marketing for the Union Pacific Railroad. His 2014 compensation was $8.4 million, according to regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

 

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