The professor is Dr. Carol Christine Fair and she’s an associate professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University. She went on a profanity-laced rant on Twitter, calling out Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the GOP in regards to the accusations presented by Christine Blasey Ford, whose allegations have a murky possibility based on all the swirling nonsense surrounding the three-decade-old accusation.
Fair stated in this tweet:
“GOP doesn’t care about women. We knew this. F*ck them.
“Senate Republicans signaled they plan to move ahead on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination despite a decades-old sexual misconduct allegation.” CA Prof who wrote letter speaks out about Kreepy Kavanaugh”
She likely received a bit of backlash from the public, likely in forms of emails or tweets.
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She later tweeted this after her story made it to Fox News:
“The Mysognist Trumpanzees (no doubt sh*tting their diapers over this Faux News report: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/09/20/anti-trump-georgetown-professor-goes-on-profane-tirade-against-kavanaugh-gop.html …) are already sending me-wait for it-MISOGYNIST missives! Yes. They are this dumb. I’ll be posting them to #Sh*tMenSay…and legally doxing them. Bring it woman-haters!”
For one, I’d be worried about having a professor who can’t spell. I guess that’s because she’s only listed as an associate professor. Maybe when she learns how to spell ‘misogynist’ she can be a full professor!
Second, I’d be very concerned with the level of hatred in this person who peddles this type of public doxing of information and spends her downtime festering in nonsense. Is that the level of professionalism one expects from a prestigious college professor? Not quite.
Fox News stated that in “another tweet about Kavanaugh, Fair referred to the GOP as “pro-rape, pro-pederasty, pro-perjury, pro-corruption, pro-Russian hacking, pro-child trafficking, pro-white male supremacy, pro-VERY-late-term abortion of children with AR-15’s … a f—ing death cult” and “filthy swine.”
A Georgetown student named Amelia Irvine spoke about the professor’s words and questioned if the educator is accusing Republican students of hating women, and was quoted by Campus Reform as saying ” I think Fair would be hard pressed to call herself unbiased in the classroom when she’s spewing hate like an immature teenager online.”
Fox News continued their report, stating that Fair has a Tumblr account in which she labels MAGA hats as “socially-acceptable Klan hoods that say ‘I heart White-Male-Christian Supremacy.”
A spokesperson from Georgetown said in a statement: “While Georgetown is committed to free speech and expression, we do not approve or endorse every statement made by our faculty members.”
It’s great that the college responded and supports free speech. This woman has every right to say whatever she wants.
But does that mean we want her working in education? Should someone who is THAT biased be educating students? That’s worth debating because educators should be open-minded portals of information that allow students to see the good and bad of everything and develop their own set of thoughts and feelings on various topics.
An educator should be the person who presents unbiased information and allows the student mind to travel in the direction that suits them best.
Is a person really suited for teaching at Georgetown when they’re spewing this level of hate on a public platform?
That’s something people need to consider when they’re filling out college loan applications.
I’m not sure I would send my child to a school where they’re employing people with such bizarre levels of hatred and disdain for the American government.
I wouldn’t be shocked if Kavanaugh slaps her with some sort of libel suit for any commentary that suggests he’s a rapist.
Free speech is one thing, but there are limits and when it could wreck someone’s career over allegations that sound more fictional than anything.
I suspect this Georgetown professor will be up late chattering away on social media and looking cool, but she’s really embarrassing to Georgetown University and I feel bad for the students dealing with her on a personal level.
A quick browse through her Twitter page shows a lot of replies which call her out for the nonsense.
She seems to be acting like a spiteful child out to get revenge on something.
Either way, I’ll be here playing the tiniest violin and getting a good laugh out of the gibberish and commotion of that toxic place we call Twitter.
Time to confirm Kavanaugh and get this circus act on the road.