It’s tough to be a supporter of President Trump, or a conservative in general, in the workforce.
It’s even harder if you work in the education arena.
Daniel Hect is learning that the hard way.
Last month, the shared campus police department for Mount Holyoke and Smith College announced that it had hired Daniel Hect as the new police chief. Hect had previously served as director of public safety and chief of police for Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH, and in the same position at Denison University, also in Ohio.
“I am excited to announce I have accepted the position of Chief of Police at Mount Holyoke and Smith colleges, two of the most prestigious all women’s institutions in the nation,” he tweeted.
His latest “liked” tweet was from the director of student housing at Denison, who tweeted a photo of herself and a friend at the campus gym saying they “missed” him.
Despite this documented connection to the communities he has served, some Mount Holyoke students find Hect objectionable — because he appears to lean to the Right and support President Donald Trump.
One student, who did not respond to a Daily Wire request for comment, posted photos of tweets Hect had liked as evidence that he was unfit for the position.
Higher education is meant for learning and broadening one’s horizons. That much should be obvious.
Some college students at UCLA clearly believe it’s more of a time to highlight one’s liberal ways than anything else.
It’s no wonder, then, why a handful of young adults decided to sign a petition that would send Trump supporters to concentration camps.
Think about that for a second.
Kaitlin Bennett went undercover.
I went undercover at @UCLA as a feminist named Jenna Talia and got students to sign a petition to put Trump supporters in concentration camps. Leftists are the REAL nazis.
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) 25 февраля 2019 г.
Find out what happens when different college kids find out certain quotes about the border wall were made by the likes of Chuck Schumer, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama after being told they were made by President Trump.
The student government at the University of California Berkeley unanimously passed a resolution that allocates $1,500 to the migrant caravan at the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana.
According to the resolution, “In Support of Central American Refugees in their Pursuit of Asylum,” the allocated $1,500 will come from commercial revenues and will be distributed to a student organization, Central Americans for Empowerment, which will donate the allocation to the non-profit Freedom for Immigrants to help the caravan.
One student shouted: “Y’all are being really f****** ridiculous having us be up here. I now have had to have the same f****** conversation that is being ignored at the federal level. I’m honestly like— I would of thought people who claim to be— like say they’re our representation— I would’ve thought y’all have the audacity to like pass this f****** bill but of course y’all prove time and time again that y’all don’t give a f**** about students of color.”
According to Campus Reform, other students called the debate over allocating money “damn petty,” told their fellow senators to “get your sh**” together, and that voting no would be “ignorant and violent.”
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