When Stacy Brown got a new job at Evergreen State College at its police chief, it probably seemed like a great gig. However, on the first day, things went awry. At her swearing-in ceremony, a gang of students showed up and didn’t let her ceremony even occur. Here’s how one witness described the scene: “Probably 20 or 30 students … decided that they were gonna get up in front and take over the entire event with noisemakers and drums and horns and a PA. And they actually went and took one of the microphones out of, I believe it was the vice president’s hand, just jerked it out of her hand. … They were cursing, saying all kinds of things. It just went on and on. It was complete chaos. It got to the point where, after about 15 minutes … President [George] Bridges decided that the ceremony wasn’t going to happen. I personally watched some of these students go up to Chief Brown, right up to her face, and call her all kinds of names, cursing at her. As well as, she had her young children with her, who were fearful of what’s going on. … We all cleared the area and let the students basically take over and have whatever they wanted. So the students pretty much ran the show.” According to The Blaze, “Michael Zimmerman, former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Evergreen State, said the school official who had the microphone yanked from her hand also was pushed and almost knocked down.” Well, that’s liberal tolerance and protection for women for ya… Oh, and the fact that these students handed out images of the police chief in Ku Klux Klan clothing in sexually suggestive poses. The straw that broke the camel’s back was when the college President asked her not to bring her weapon to school, so she wouldn’t agitate these jerks. “It’s a completely different style of law enforcement … a completely different culture,” Brown said. “I have really been ready for a challenge for a long time.” I don’t blame her. Click CONTINUE to watch a video of some of the stupid protests that have occured, including one in which they specifically called for the firing of Brown.