The snowflakes felt “threatened” by a liked Trump tweet (no, not joking).

Via Washington Examiner:

The campus chief of police at Mount Holyoke College has been placed on leave after students confronted him about supporting President Trump.

Students dug up tweets from Chief Daniel Hect which showed he thinks favorably of Trump, likes the National Rifle Association, and supports a Mexican border wall.

Last month, members of the Mount Holyoke administration held a forum for students to engage with the newly hired chief of campus police. The Mount Holyoke News reports that students questioned Hect about his personal views amid “tension and tears.”

Hect apologized for his tweets and “any damage they may have caused,” saying “[the tweets referencing the phrase] build a wall, obviously, on my end, [were] a huge mistake.”

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