Will Rainford strayed from the accepted narrative of the left and is now resigning his deanship. He will stay on as a professor, however.

FOX News reported:

Catholic University dean resigns after questioning Kavanaugh accuser’s allegations that led to his suspension

A Catholic University dean resigned Wednesday from a leadership position two months after voicing criticism of sexual misconduct allegations raised by women against now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Will Rainford, who held the position of dean of social service at the university for five years, will continue to be a tenured associate professor and will return to the school after taking a sabbatical in the spring, according to the university.

“After much prayer and discernment, I am submitting my resignation to you as Dean of the National Catholic School of Social Service, effective immediately,” Rainford said. “I do so with all goodwill for the University and School. Given the needs of the faculty and direction of the School, I believe a different academic leader is warranted.”

He was initially suspended in September by the school after he questioned some of the claims made against Kavanaugh, prompting outrage on social media.

“[Julie] Swetnick is 55 y/o. Kavanaugh is 52 y/o. Since when do senior girls hang with freshmen boys?” Rainford wrote in a now-deleted tweet, the Washington Post reported.

“If it happened when Kavanaugh was a senior, Swetnick was an adult drinking with & by her admission, having sex with underage boys. In another universe, he would be victim & she the perp!” the then-dean added.

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