Monica Crowley Apologizes For Controversial Sandra Fluke Tweet

Fox News contributor Monica Crowley apologized to Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke for a controversial joke over her recent engagement she tweeted on Thursday. “Regret my tweeted question caused a stir,” wrote Crowley. “I certainly & unequivocally apologize to Sandra & anyone else I offended. Not my intention.”

RELATED: Sandra Fluke Responds To Monica Crowley: Where I’m From, We Say Congratulations Not Engage In ‘Hate Speech’

Fluke told MSNBC’s Ed Schultz yesterday that she considered Crowley’s comment “hate speech.”

“Well, you know, where I’m from, when someone tells you they’ve become engaged, you say congratulations rather than engaging in hate speech,” she said. “It’s certainly not the way I wanted my engagement to be greeted.”

“That said,” Fluke added, “I’m not going to let this kind of thing get to me personally. What really bothers me about it is exactly what you said, the blatant homophobia in the comment. The idea that’s an acceptable thing to say publicly.”

(h/t Twitchy)

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