A female professor from Georgetown University is catching some serious flack after going on an insane rant where she graphically called for white GOP senators who are involved in the Brett Kavanaugh hearing to die rather gruesome deaths.
Her rant includes some seriously sick and twisted details about how they should be killed and what should be done to their bodies afterward.
These are the kind of people teaching your kids at college. This is what your hard earned money is paying for, folks.
On Saturday, Georgetown University distinguished associate professor C. Christine Fair — who is politically outspoken on her Twitter feed — shared a video of Sen. Lindsey Graham speaking during Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing on Thursday.
According to Fair’s Twitter bio, the professor is a “[s]cholar of South Asian pol-mil affairs, inter-sectional feminist, pitbull apostle, scotch devotee, nontheist, [and] resister.”Trending:
She wrote, “Look at thus [sic] chorus of entitled white men justifying a serial rapist’s arrogated entitlement. All of them deserve miserable deaths while feminists laugh as they take their last gasps.”
She concluded the graphic tweet with “Bonus: we castrate their corpses and feed them to swine? Yes.”
According to a Sunday post by Campus Reform, the professor responded to a request for comment in a very lengthy missive on her blog, “Tenacious Hellp***y.”
In her extensive response, Fair wrote, “There is a war going on against women and you, and your despicable herd of so-called journalists seeking to protect male privilege and shame women for our victimization or our rage are complicit in this war.”
Fair added that she was not calling for violence against any senators — she was “merely speaking to what my spirituality says these vile souls deserve.”
Fair stated in the piece that she is a victim of sexual abuse at the hands of her uncle from the time she was in nursery school all the way until she was 13-years-old.
It’s sad, sick, and tragic Fair had to endure such treatment at the hands of her uncle, but the problem here is that she is equivocating her experience to what Christine Blasey Ford says she experienced, despite the fact both of these incidents are completely different. There was no rape in Ford’s accusations, for starters.
Kavanaugh has denied any wrongdoing and as of now, there’s no evidence to corroborate Ford’s story. It’s mere conjecture, the old “he said, she said,” thing. Since there is no way to prove this incident actually happened, the question becomes whether or not someone’s claim of such abuse should just be assumed to be true.
The obvious answer is no. This is the only way to protect our legal system and to prevent folks from being punished for a crime merely based on accusation.
You’d think a professor would understand that, but alas, just because you’re working in higher education doesn’t mean you’re smart.