The police never came…
Sergeant Josh Collins, the self-proclaimed “conservative” perfectly describes the state of our hypocritical “educational” institutions with this comment: “In creating an environment where everyone is accepted for who they are, you have now created an environment where I have been ostracized.
The world is a different place than it used to be, and it seems as if everyone is cautious of virtually anyone they come across. Ever since the election ended, some have criticized others for being too sensitive or “soft,” but are they really? Well, things were taken to a new level in New Orleans this week as a student insisted a college professor call the police on another student who was armed and happened to be wearing his official police officer’s uniform to class.
As reported by The Hayride, even though Collins is in school at Loyola, he is also a Sergeant for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. Most days, he changes out of his uniform for class if working beforehand, or he’ll change into it after class is over if he works a late shift.
The Christmas season is always busy for the police forces around the country, and this year is no different. On Wednesday, Collins was running a bit behind, and instead of changing out of his uniform, he simply headed to class from work and didn’t change so he wouldn’t be any later than he already was.
Upon arriving at class, things began to take an odd turn. Josh Collins wrote a long and detailed post on his Facebook page that described the entire incident. The class he has attended in civilian clothes for the last six weeks was very different on this day, and it is quite odd.
“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.
Shortly after my arrival, a fellow classmate complained to the professor of their uncomfortableness of having an armed police officer in the class. Mind you, I have sat in the same class for the last six weeks in civilian clothing. My professor then called the police. Of course I was not privileged 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.
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.
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. Loyola University, a Jesuit Institution, prides itself on its commitment to social justice. However, in 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.
Being in full uniform, Collins was indeed armed with his registered weapon, and it was the first time that anyone in the class knew what he did for a living. Shortly after arriving, one of his classmates told the professor, who has not been named, that they were extremely uncomfortable and complained to the professor about having “an armed police officer” in the class. –Inquisitr