Recently, hashtags #BlackLivesMatter and #AllLivesMatter have become people’s new topics of debate. The people have a different point of view about the topic which has led to a rivalry among the supporters on social media platforms.
And recently, a Harvard graduate claimed that she is getting death threats over a TikTok video she made. In the video, the student threatened to stab anyone who tells her that “all lives matter.”
Claira Janover went viral on social media platforms for her short clip. She attacked anyone with “the nerve, the sheer who had the audacity to say all lives matter.” The girl had graduated in May with a degree in government and psychology.
Claira emphasized on her words, “I’ ma stab you” while zooming in close on her face. She also added:
“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’”.
Some speak for and some speak against the girl for her “all lives matter” remark
And this has agitated the people across the world who are demanding the arrest of the student. Ann Coulter shared her clip and called her “Asian Karen”. The people alleged the student for passing on threatening remarks on a public platform. And some blamed her for her violent speech.
However, Claira had removed her original video but she also responded to the insane reactions that even included “death threats”. She also claimed that her video was clearly an analogous joke.
Although, apart from getting the threatening messages, she has also received support from the people. Thus, she thanked all who supported her and understood her thinking.
Despite the death, rape, expulsion, and firing threats I got today…I am so grateful for everyone who has stood by, supported, & defended me and #BlackLivesMattter. I will not be silenced, shamed, or threatened into silence by bigoted trump fans who don’t understand analogies
— Claira Janover (@clurajan) July 1, 2020
People passed sarcastic comments on the girl and even laughed at her. Janover was the president of Harvard’s Model Congress Middle East.
The nonprofit organization teaches high school students about the American government and international politics. However, Harvard has not yet left any comment about the incident. What are your views? Do let us know in the comments section. Watch the controversial video below: