Here's the video that shows why Mizzou's president had to go

Huffington Post posted this video that was filmed on the University of Missouri campus on October 10. It shows a group of peaceful black protestors being hassled and assaulted by white people, while the university president Tim Wolfe watched without saying a word.

After three minutes, two white men came out and tried to move the students aside, drawing cheers from the crowd.

Then the driver of Wolfe's car tried to drive around them. The students moved their line, arms linked, to block the driver, who continued to try to push forward. The driver again tried to get through a moment later, coming in contact with one of the students.

At that point, an older white man came out and physically pushed several of the students away with his body. A few other white men and women then came out and formed their own human chain, linking arms and standing between the students and the car to allow Wolfe's vehicle to get through.

It took about 11 minutes before a couple of police officers intervened and asked the black student activists to step aside to allow Wolfe's car to drive. White people cheered when this happened.

Wolfe remained silent the entire time. With the car's top down, he could easily see the entire encounter unfolding right in front of him.

Nearly a month later, ex-president Wolfe stated: " regret my reaction at the MU homecoming parade when the ConcernedStudent1950 group approached my car. I am sorry, and my apology is long overdue. My behavior seemed like I did not care. That was not my intention. I was caught off guard in that moment. Nonetheless, had I gotten out of the car to acknowledge the students and talk with them perhaps we wouldn't be where we are today."