What is wrong with American university students now? A liberal “snowflake” at Loyola University dropped it on a police officer sitting in her class.

Never forget that the officer was attending the course for weeks already, albeit in civilian clothing.

The officer, Sgt. Josh Collins, explained in a Facebook article that on December 13, he had been running late.

Unable to change out of uniform after his shift, Collins showed up for course armed and in uniform.

“Shortly after my arrival, a fellow classmate complained to the professor of their uncomfortableness of having an armed police officer in the class,” he wrote. “Mind you, I have sat in the same class for the last six weeks in civilian clothing.”

The professor, apparently a “snowflake” himself, proceeded to call the police. Even though one was sitting right in his class.

“My professor then pulled me out of class and told me that he had called the police based on the student complaint,” Collins continued. “The police obviously never came and told him over the phone that I was perfectly within the law.”

But the snowflakes were not done. The professor then called campus security, who very reasonably asked if maybe the armed guy really was a police officer. After verifying that he was, the professor had no choice except to continue class.

Along with the snowflake, a student had to suffer the excruciating situation of sitting near an officer of the law.

No mention that the pupil in question was a uniformed police officer! And that he had been attending the course already for weeks.