Laura Ingraham took on the "academic resistance" to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, singling out a Georgetown University professor's call for violence against Republican senators. 

In a tweet posted before her account was suspended, Carol Christine Fair wrote: 

"Look at [this] 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 them to swine? Yes."

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In response the university stood by Fair, a provost’s distinguished associate professor in the Security Studies Program, saying the tweet represented Fair's personal views, not those of the university. 

"Georgetown urges members of our community to engage in robust, but respectful dialogue. While we protect speech and expression, we condemn uncivil and disrespectful discourse that is inconsistent with our values," a university spokesman told Fox News.

Ingraham wondered what would happen if a right-leaning professor condemned Democrats in such a manner

"What's so shocking is that Georgetown is standing by this left-wing nutbag. Are these the Jesuit Catholic values the university is so proud of?" Ingraham asked, pointing out many other anti-Trump statements by Fair. 

Ingraham went on to list other examples of left-wing professors and universities moving "in lockstep" with the left to declare Kavanaugh guilty of sexual assault. 

"Justice should still be blind, not political."

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