Oh the things liberals get away with.
Claira Janover, a recent graduate of Harvard University, took to TikTok recently to post an apparent attempt at satire when she said she was going to “stab” anyone with the nerve to tell her “all lives matter.”
“I’ma stab you, and while you’re struggling and bleeding out, I’ma show you my paper cut and say, ‘My cut matters, too,” the government and psychology major said. The New York Post pointed out that Ann Coulter, the conservative commentator, called her an “Asian Karen.”
Janover has over 113,000 followers on the social media platform. The Daily Mail reported that her LinkedIn page says she has worked as a business analyst for Deloitte and volunteered for the Connecticut Democrats. She called the comment and“analogous” joke. The Post reported that she later posted, “For legal reasons this is a joke.”
The paper reported that she remained defiant and wrote, “Apparently I’m threatening the lives of people—unlike cops, obviously.”
Buck Sexton,the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Wednesday that he did not believe that Janover was issuing and actual threat, but said the comment might show a window into her true position on the BLM issue.
“I don’t think it’s funny either,” he said. “And even if it’s supposed to be satire, she clearly is a BLM wannabe activist.”
He said the fact that she uses the movement to make a failed attempt at satire may show how seriously she takes the issue.
“My friends, these people are unhinged,” he said. “We are living in a period of mass media and mass hysteria. And the results are not good. You have far too many Americans who are bombarded with propaganda.”
The Daily Mail pointed out that Harvard has spoken out against police brutality and said in an earlier statement that it “stands in solidarity with these students and support their work to end systemic racism in this country. Students who exercise their rights by peacefully protesting will not have their chances of admission compromised.”
The Post reported that Janover has removed the original video.
A debate over the post emerged on social media. On Tuesday, Janover posted that she faced “death, rape, expulsion, and firing threats” but was “grateful for everyone who has stood by, supported, & defended me and #Blacklivesmatter. I will not be silenced, shamed, or threatened into silence by bigoted trump fans who don’t understand analogies.”
Janover posted a new video on Wednesday saying that she lost her job over the perceived threats. “The job that I’d worked really hard to get and meant a lot to me has called me and fired me because of everything,” she said in a TikTok video.