He Vowed to "Dismantle the Patriarchy", Students Accuse Him of Sexual Coercion

Maybe it's just me, but I don't think that this is how you dismantle the patriarchy.

Alex Morse was the latest golden candidate of the radical Left. He'd been endorsed by the Working Families Party and MoveOn in a push to unseat a longtime Democrat House member. He also had the backing of the Justice Democrats. The AOC backers had already begun spending money on airtime for Morse. They may need a refund.

The University of Massachusetts is launching an investigation into allegations that Holyoke, Mass., Mayor Alex Morse (D), who is currently challenging Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-Mass) in a Democratic primary, had sexual relationships with students while teaching at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

He was accused by three groups of College Democrats this week of using his position to coerce students into sexual relationships, according to multiple reports. The groups disinvited him from future events.

The groups made the accusations in a letter first obtained by the Massachusetts Daily Collegian.

Morse is admitting the "relationships" and denying the coercion part. But that's obviously a slippery slope. He clearly violated university rules against dating students.

So much for his rhetoric about "dismantling the patriarchy".

Now Morse is gay and his targets were presumably male. And he's already blaming "homophobia". But considering the colleges cutting ties with him, progressive schools that are hardly likely to be guilty of the charge, the lefty groups spending six figures to tout Morse may want to ask for a refund.