Former President of the University of Missouri Tim Wolfe, who resigned his position on Monday after pressure from the student body, did so as a result of "mob rule on the college campuses," conservative author Michelle Malkin suggested Monday in a conversation with TheBlaze.
"I know all about how the muscle of social justice warriors can be wielded," said Malkin, citing her experience as an undergrad at Oberlin University, which is often counted among the most liberal school's in the nation.
"Their demands are always insatiable and quite frequently completely irrational and reckless," Malkin said of many college activists.
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Wolfe's resigned Monday after facing a growing wave of criticism and protests from the student body in which many said they perceived an atmosphere fraught with racism on campus.
"This is not — I repeat — not the way change should come about,” said Wolfe in his resignation statement. “Change comes from listening, learning, caring and conversation. And we have to respect each other enough to stop yelling at each other and start listening.”
Michelle Malkin along with John Miano are the authors of a new book, "Sold Out: How High-Tech Billionaires & Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasels Are Screwing America's Best & Brightest Workers.
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