A Georgetown University professor who lashed out on Twitter Saturday will not be disciplined by the school, despite her vulgar and disgusting Tweets.
“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. Bonus: we castrate their corpses and feed the, to swine? Yes.” said professor Christine Fair on Twitter.
This rhetoric is a perfect example of third wave “feminism,” which is no longer about equality, but rather about hatred for men. It’s misandry cloaked with social justice.
But Georgetown took no issue with the statement, and Fair will not face discipline.
“The views of faculty members expressed in their private capacities are their own and not the views of the University,” Georgetown said in a statement to Big League Politics. “Our policy does not prohibit speech based on the person presenting ideas or the content of those ideas, even when those ideas may be difficult, controversial or objectionable. While faculty members may exercise freedom of speech, we expect that their classrooms and interaction with students be free of bias and geared toward thoughtful, respectful dialogue.”
In the interest of protecting the First Amendment, Georgetown’s decision makes sense. But as a private entity they have every right to reprimand an employee for such a disgusting, beyond the pale display. That have chosen not to do so.
The university declined to comment on whether they would admit a prospective student who said the same thing on social media.
Fair declined to comment for this story.
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