They finally fired those two cvnts at Mizzou.
Meanwhile those bitches collected a paycheck.
The firing of both taxpayer-funded employees — mass communication professor Melissa Click and senior associate director for Greek life Janna Basler — took 20 months.
Basler, the Greek life director, shoved up against a lone student photographer Tim Tai as he attempted to capture images for a local newspaper.
Scuttlebutt about Basler’s employment status began earlier this month when Mizzou officials announced approximately 400 layoffs in the face of massive state budget cuts and a huge plunge in student enrollment.
Basler’s name — Dr. Janna Basler — was quietly removed from a list of staff members in the student life section of the public school’s website during the reorganization.
Then, on Monday, school officials confirmed to local ABC affiliate KMIZ that Basler had, in fact, finally received walking papers.
Basler’s firing comes some 17 months after Mizzou’s board of curators voted 4-2 to dismiss Click, the taxpayer-funded professor, for threatening student journalist Mark Schierbecker with mob violence because he was attempting to cover on-campus protests.
YouTube video of Click famously shows her calling for “muscle” from an angry mob to help remove Schierbecker.
The protests by a group of radical student activists calling themselves Concerned Student 1950 centered largely on Jonathan Butler, the son of a millionaire railroad executive. Butler went on a hunger strike and convinced 32 black Mizzou football players to boycott all team activities.
There was a poop swastika.
There were false reports of people wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods.
The protests featured lots of camping out on an occupied campus quad, which served as a hub for fomenting unrest.
Basler was loitering among the mob of student protesters when she yelled at and shoved Tai, a Mizzou student and a photographer working for the Missourian.
The taxpayer-funded administrator refused to identify herself when Tai asked her if she worked for the school’s Greek Life office.
Tai was surrounded by a student mob. Basler shoved up against him.
“Sir, sir, I am sorry. These are people too. You have to back off! You know, back off from my personal space. Back off! Leave these students alone,” Basler said, as she shoved Tai with her body.
“Don’t push me!” Tai responded.
The crowd grew. The students among them began to heckle Tai.
Basler yelled some more at Tai and then shoved at him.
Again, Tai asked Basler not to push him, but Basler accused Tai of pushing her.
“You’re with the office of Greek Life?” Tai asked her incredulously.
“My name is 1950,” Basler responded.
Tai asked again.
“No, my name is Concerned Student 1950,” Basler said.
The students continued to heckle Tai asking why he had to take their photos.
“Because I have a job to do,” Tai said.
Basler interrupted Tai.
“They have a life to live,” the taxpayer-funded school official said. “They have an education and a life to live. They have an education to get and a life to live. Please leave!”
“Hey, I’m a student too,” Tai informed Basler.
Basler dismissed Tai’s student status.
“But, sir, there are more students that are asking you to leave,” Basler said.
Click, the professor who threatens a student cameraman with mob violence in the video above, is the more famous of the two now-departed, taxpayer-funded employees.
Schierbecker, the person behind the camera, asked Click if he could interview her in the midst of a protest on a campus quad.
“No, you need to get out,” the $50,000-a-year, taxpayer-funded professor responded.
When Schierbecker declined to leave, Click grabbed his camera and shook it. “Hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here?”