The Karma was not severe enough she should have been terminated.
Anti-Trump Georgetown University professor Carol Christine Fair launched a firey, profane attack on Twitter against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and all Republican politicians.
Now, according to a Georgetown spokesperson, Fair is no longer teaching students at the university. Instead, Fair is on leave for university research.
“To prevent further disruption to her students and out of an abundance of caution for the security of our community, we have mutually agreed for Professor Fair to go on research leave effective immediately,” wrote Joel Hellman, dean of the School of Foreign Services.
Twitter responded to her offensive tweets by removing her verified status and suspending her account. Twitter forbids its users from making specific threats of violence or “wish for the serious physical harm, death, or disease of an individual or group of people.”
“Look at [this] chorus of entitled white men justifying a serial rapist’s arrogated entitlement,” said Fair in the now removed tweet. “All of them deserve miserable deaths while feminists laugh as they take their last gasps. Bonus: we castrate their corpses and feed them to swine? Yes.”
Fair also tweeted earlier that “Kreepy Kavanaugh” is a “perjurer” and a “rapist” and that the “GOP doesn’t care about women. We knew this. F— them.”
But she wasn’t done yet regarding the GOP, who she called a party of “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.”
Georgetown responded to Fair’s remarks in a statement that read “While Georgetown is committed to free speech and expression, we do not approve or endorse every statement made by our faculty members.”
Georgetown spokesperson, Matt Hill, responded further by reiterating that Fair’s tweets do not represent the views of the university and they expect their faculty members to be “free of bias and geared toward thoughtful, respectful dialogue” in the classroom even though Fair’s tweets were “difficult, controversial, or objectionable.”
“Georgetown urges members of our community to engage in robust, but respectful dialogue,” Hill continued. “While we protect speech and expression, we condemn uncivil and disrespectful discourse that is inconsistent with our values.”
“I do NOT and NEVER have condoned violence,” Fair later responded to her controversial tirade. “My tweet, as I have explained, was an attempt to make YOU as UNCOMFORTABLE as I am using the language of the abuse I receive by the hundreds.”