Mizzou protesters aren't pleased with all of the news coverage highlighting the Paris shooting. Despite the Islamic State's terrorist attack, which claimed the lives of 129 people and left 352 injured in Paris, Mizzou protesters and Black Lives Matter activists insist the mass shooting has garnered so much coverage in an effort to overshadow the confusion that recently occurred at the University of Missouri.
According to Breitbart, angry Mizzou protesters and Black Lives Matter activists have taken to Twitter with their sentiments of the Paris shooting, and surprisingly, there are many perspectives but most lead to the same conclusion. Although activists and supporters sympathize with those who were killed during the Paris shooting, they still don't feel the situation should overshadow the racially-charged problems currently plaguing America. For some, the heartless animosity stemmed from the mass college shooting that took place in Kenya earlier this year.