Georgetown U Adviser Resigns After Wishing Sex Assault on Female Conservative

The Left's real War on Women continues.

On Monday, Georgetown University accepted the resignation of one of its advisers, Jeff Bernstein, who had wished sexual assault against a female conservative writer. 

Allie Beth Stuckey, who operates The Conservative Millennial Blog, posted Bernstein’s now-deleted tweet that was aimed directly at her: “Wishing you a #metoo moment. Maybe then you won’t be so insensitive.”

Bernstein wrote his disgusting message in response to Stuckey calling the #MeToo movement a “symptom of a broken world.” The two exchanged words on Twitter with Bernstein issuing a weak apology after being called out:

“I apologize. I shouldn’t have said that. I thought you were implying that the fact that this moment is happening meant that the world was not functioning properly, similar to how you have minimized the terrible things Trump has said/done. I would never wish harm on anyone.

“I meant you need to have a moment of truth Allie. You have continued to make insensitive comments about refugees; immigrants; pro-choice; people of color; women.”

Bernstein has now deleted his entire Twitter account, so all that’s left in the exchange are Stuckey’s messages. The last one is great because she points out that his "apology" basically said she was asking for it:

Campus Reform covered Bernstein’s sexually aggressive outburst and he issued an apology to them, noting how as a father of three, he’s embarrassed he has no self-control:

“I apologize for making a stupid and insensitive comment. I would never wish harm on anyone and apologized to Allie repeatedly. I feel terribly. I have been a continuous voice against gender bias. As a father of three, I am embarrassed and this is a lesson for me that words have power.”

Don’t you just love how leftists who wish harm on others always apologize with, “I would never wish harm on anyone?”

Stuckey was pleased with Georgetown’s statement regarding Bernstein’s resignation:

“Encouraging, threatening or condoning violence and harassment against another person, in any form and on any format, is deeply inconsistent with the values of the program, our school and our university.”

Unfortunately, it’s not deeply inconsistent with the values of the Left.

H/T Washington Times