A Black Lives Matter (BLM) TikTok video by Harvard Senior Claira Janover, where she threatens to stab and watch bleed out “the next person who has the sheer nerve, the sheer entitled “caucasity” to say “All Lives Matter,” went crazy viral Tuesday despite a laughable disclaimer Janover posted under the video stating “for legal reasons this is a joke.”
The video was captured and posted to Twitter by a not crazy person who wanted the share what a Harvard mental patient looks like.
In the video Janover says:
“The next person who has the sheer nerve, the sheer entitled caucasity to say ‘all lives matter’, I’ma stab you! 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.’”
She even emphasized certain words by moving the camera in for a close up then out again in quick succession, reminding old-timers like me of a Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In episode.
I bet Harvard won’t even consider it a hate crime. She threatened white people, or those with caucasity, which I don’t even know is a real word. That will be the true test of the Ivy League. It has all the elements of a hate crime, despite the lame attempt at claiming it was a joke. Threatening people because of their race is no joke, and if Harvard doesn’t take action against her, then the Ivy League system is rigged.
Any university that would hire Elizabeth Warren and claim she was a person of color doesn’t have a grip on reality.
This woman is clearly unhinged. How are free-range crazies like Janover even allowed to get into Harvard? Does Harvard have an official “Crazy B*tch” test to preclude violent mental patients like Janover from becoming a student? Will the school administration now remove this nut from the Harvard campus? DISCLAIMER: Of course, for legal reasons, this was a joke.
As she speaks, you can see her violently acting out the act of stabbing, getting up close and personal to the camera with every stab from her invisible knife (or maybe she believes there really was a knife, who knows at this point and who am I to judge?), but one thing’s for sure, I don’t think she’ll get a date for the rest of this decade after that impersonation of the bathroom scene in the movie Psycho.
In the immortal words of Doug Powers, “In the real world, demonstrating lunacy of this magnitude is known as a “cry for help” and an intervention involving large nets, straight-jackets and electric shock therapy is in order.”
Janover retweeted supporters who came to her defense, together with this one with the “for legal reasons this is a joke” disclaimer. Like any court would say, “Yes, she threatened innocent people with bodily harm, and it’s patently obvious that she was serious, but because she added that little addendum, we’re gonna just forget the whole thing.” For a Harvard student, this Karen isn’t that bright. For legal reasons, this was not a joke.
Janover commented Tuesday night on her trying day, “as anxiety-inducing and overwhelming as this day of threats, hate, misrepresentation, and attack on my character/politics by Trump supporters has been I will never be silenced into shame for standing up for the #BlackLivesMatter (or any human rights injustice). next caller”
This reminds me of when Kathy Griffin, who sometimes claims to be a comedian, destroyed her career by posting an image of her holding the severed head of President Donald Trump, and then in a press conference, with her lawyer in the background, she made a statement into the microphone, that she will not be intimidated by the Trump family.
For my response to anover, I don’t exactly know how to spell it, but it’s the sound you make when you hum in a deep voice and continually rub your index finger up and down over your lips, kinda like “bbb bbb bb bbbbb bbbb bbb bbbb bb b bbbbbbb bbbbbb.”