Professor Calls Police Because Student Police Officer Is Wearing Uniform In Class
University and college campuses across the country have over the years increasingly transformed into a realm of Marxist-indoctrinated social justice snowflakes perpetually on the verge of a total meltdown, utterly devoid of all common sense and reason.
The latest example of absurdity comes from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana, and involved two students, one of whom is a police officer, and a professor who should have his tenure revoked for stupidity.
Heat Street reported on the incident that occurred in a classroom on campus on Dec. 7, in which Jefferson Parish sheriff’s sergeant Josh Collins, a part-time student at the university, attended a class while wearing his uniform, complete with duty sidearm, which apparently offended and frightened a precious snowflake classmate of his, who complained to the professor, who in turn called the police on the offending law officer.
Collins shared the incident on his own Facebook page, beginning his post by remarking, “You know, as a white male conservative, I have put up with a lot of prejudicial and biased comments directed towards me while attending Loyola University New Orleans.”
“I usually think the comments are funny because the ideals of a 18-year-old ultra socialist frankly are funny to me. But today made me sad for the youth and the college I have attended for 8 years,” he wrote.
Noting that he had been pretty busy with work and unable to change out of his uniform before attending class, Collins stated, “Obviously, being in full police uniform, I was armed.”
Though he had been in the class with the other students six times previously, this was the first time any had become aware of his profession, which apparently was too much to handle for at least one of the classmates, who complained to the professor, who complained to the police.
It would seem that Collins’ “white privilege” didn’t extend “to either of these conversations as they took place behind my back.”
“My professor then pulled me out of class and told me that he had called the police based on the student complaint. The police obviously never came and told him over the phone that I was perfectly within the law,” he wrote, most likely referencing the exemption law enforcement officers typically have regarding the gun-free zones on most college campuses.
After setting up the situation, Collins then let loose with how he really felt about what had happened, and pulled no punches in pointing out the utter absurdity and ironic hypocrisy of the entire thing.
“First of all, what type of over-sensitive indoctrinated liberal flower petals has this generation created that they are scared of going to school with a uniformed police officer?” Collins asked.
“Secondly, how ironical and dumbfounding is it that you called the police to tell them that there was a police officer sitting in your class?” he continued.
Noting that Loyola “prides itself on its commitment to social justice” and such liberal ideals as tolerance and acceptance, he nevertheless remarked that “(i)n creating an environment where everyone is accepted for who they are, you have now created an environment where I have been ostracized. As a police officer, I feel as though I must hide my profession in order to obtain a fair education.”
The name of the course? “Law and Morality.”
You can read the entire post here:
Collins’ post had received over 3,000 “likes” in less than a week, and it is pretty obvious why.