Loyola Professor calls police on police officer

Just when you thought the Pit of Liberal insanity was as deep as it could get…… TRIGGER WARNING!

Josh Collins, a sheriff’s sergeant in New Orleans, attends classes at Loyola University when he is not working. This week, one of his professors called the police on Collins himself — apparently because he showed up in class wearing his uniform, which freaked out one of the other students.

Collins addressed the incident in a Facebook post that has now been shared over 1,000 times. He starts by mentioning that “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.” He usually finds the comments funny, because “the ideals of a 18 year old ultra socialist frankly are funny.” But the latest incident made him sad, he said.

“Given how busy we have been this past week, including today, I showed up to class late and was still in full uniform because I didn’t have time to change.” he wrote, “Obviously, being in full police uniform, I was armed.” He says that a “fellow classmate complained to the professor of their uncomfortableness of having an armed police officer in the class”—even though he has sat in the same class for six weeks, so the student would have known who he was.

Egads! Why wouldn’t the professor just tell the special snowflake to sit down and shut up? Of course the real question is this. Wouldn’t the student be more traumatized by more police officers being called? Oops, sorry, I was trying to understand Liberal idiocy for a moment there.

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