Georgetown prof: ‘Kreepy Kavanaugh,’ ‘GOP doesn’t care about women...F*** them'
- A Georgetown professor went on a profanity-laced Twitter tear about Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
- Dr. Carol Christine Fair also has salty language on her personal website as well as her personal Twitter profile.
Update: Dr. Fair responded to Campus Reform's story about her previous Twitter comments after publication by personally attacking the reporter of this article. Fair also tweeted political talking points regarding Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the sexual assault accusations against him, as well as her political disagreements with President Donald Trump. Fair did not take issue with the accuracy of Campus Reform's article. Read Fair's full response here.
A Georgetown University professor went on a profanity-laced Twitter tear to voice her opposition to Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman more than 30 years ago.
Dr. Carol Christine Fair, who was one of the Provost's Distinguished Associate Professors in 2017, is an associate professor within Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Fair recently tweeted that the “GOP doesn't care about women. We knew this. Fuck them.” Fair then quoted from a Washington Post article about Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Professor Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assaulting her more than 30 years ago.
"Senate Republicans signaled they plan to move ahead on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination despite a decades-old sexual misconduct allegation." Fair tweeted, adding her own commentary by stating that the “CA Prof who wrote [the] letter speaks out about Kreepy Kavanaugh.”
Fair also referenced a tweet from liberal North Carolina Pastor John Pavlovitz, who criticized Sen. Lindsey Graham for urging the Senate to confirm Kavanaugh. Pavlovitz said Graham's tweet is an example of "what it looks like when you've lost your soul."
“Nope. The ratfucker never had one," Fair tweeted in response to Pavlovitz. "He got two assholes instead. The second one acts like a mouth...except it spews shit en lieu of verbiage.”
More recently, Fair sent a tweet in which she referred to Mark Judge, who was in the room when the alleged sexual assault occurred, according to Kavanaugh's accuser. Fair quoted a tweet from Politico that reported Judge said he would not testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
"His rapey ass needs to be subpoenaed. I hope the Vichy @GOP realizes how completely not normal this looks for a non-rapey person to refuse to testify about a rape attempt that was never attempted. #NotFuckingNormal #WhatIsHeHiding," Fair tweeted.
Fair's "areas of expertise," according to Georgetown's website, are "South Asia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Islamist militancy, insurgency, counter-insurgency, public opinion, and public support for miltancy."
Fair's Twitter page has a banner that reads, “DON’T GRAB MY PUSSY." She bills herself in her Twitter bio as a “Scholar of South Asian pol-mil affairs, inter-sectional feminist, pitbull apostle, scotch devotee, nontheist, resister.”
Fair’s personal website contains a "ShitMenSayToMe” tab that links to a Tumblr page.
“Professor Christine Fair should remember that she has Republican students in her classes. Is she accusing them of hating women as well? I think Fair would be hard pressed to call herself unbiased in the classroom when she’s spewing hate like an immature teenager online," Amelia Irvine, co-president of Network of Enlightened Women and president of Love Saxa, told Campus Reform.
Campus Reform reached out to Georgetown University for a comment but did not hear back.
Editor's note: Campus Reform encourages civil discourse and acknowledges professors' First Amendment right to free speech. The purpose of this article, like any other, is to present the facts and allow our readers to form their own opinions.