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SHOCKING: Hysterical tweet from Georgetown University law professor

SHOCKING: Hysterical tweet from Georgetown University law professor

On Tuesday's radio show, Glenn Beck expounded on an interesting tweet posted by C. Christine Fair, a Georgetown University law professor.

Fair, a distinguished associate professor, shared a video of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) during Thursday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Fair typifies the insanity that has taken over the left ever since President Donald Trump announced his pick for the high court, Glenn said.

Fair 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."

After facing backlash for her gruesome tweet, Fair retreated to her blog where she doubled down on her hatred for men.

“I will NOT moderate my rage for YOUR convenience. As a VICTIM of assault. I along with millions of women watch white males gather around a belligerent predator defending his and their privilege. I WILL use words that will make you as uncomfortable as I am," Fair wrote.

“I hope women understand ... we are all rapable. Just because you shill for the patriarchy doesn't make you immune. We are all potential victims ... every day. And I hope it's clear to all that American patriarchy doesn't care and views abusing us as a perk,” she continued.

"Professor Fair is heading down a road that will ultimately end in with people dying," Glenn said. "We must be calm and reasonable and explain to our neighbors that Fair and others like her are pushing for social justice."

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