It doesn’t appear to be too long ago when graduates of Harvard University had the ability to reason and spoke in complete sentences. But the case of Harvard alumna Claira Janover is causing me to wonder if maybe Harvard has turned into a daycare center.
Claira Janover, you will recall, is the snowflake Harvard Graduate that lost her position at Deloitte, a prominent international accounting firm, as a result of a viral video meltdown on Tik Tok Video MS Janover had over “the caucasity” of anyone saying that all lives matter.
In the video Janover said, “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.’” And this from a Harvard Grad? Really?
Snowflakes now entering the workforce
First of all, the irrational claim that only black lives matter vs. all lives. Someone please explain how this can be factually correct and exactly why black lives are more valuable than all others, when pretty much every weekend Chicago turns into a war zone and a whole bunch of black lives wind up getting snuffed. Aren’t these black lives important? Or is it only the black lives ending in police custody?
Secondly, the sheer trash-talk from someone purporting to have graduated from one of the Ivy League’s most prestigious schools says a lot about the quality of education in America’s schools. “I’ma stab you.” She says? For God’s sake the girl’s a native of Connecticut and not Harlem. This appears to be a trait that so-called progressives learn early on, attempting to make themselves sound like they have street smarts, as in whenever Hillary Clinton talks to a group of black people her speech and syntax changes. If this isn’t the case, then that $200,000 education, whether paid by mom and dad, or racked up as student debt, was a terrible waste of money.
Third, Janover’s absolute refusal to take any personal responsibility for her words and actions are reflective of society’s failings to our young. If all your life you’ve been told that you’re special and that you can change the world and the mere presence of you makes everyone else’s life so much better. Let’s take a look at Deloitte’s perspective; are they really expected to retain an employee that doesn’t have a filter, or is unaware that there is such a thing? After all, the job for which she had been selected, public business service analyst, sounds like a smidgeon of discretion might be an important requisite.
Her blaming Trump supporters for her life’s woes likely isn’t so much a reflection of reality, but an advancement of the narrative against normalcy. I’m certain Trump supporters could care less about her or her job, as she is barely a blip on the radar and wouldn’t have shown up at all, had she not lost her job at Deloitte.
But then the old adage that words and deeds have consequences seem to be lost on a lot of the snowflakes now entering the workforce and a Harvard degree certainly doesn’t make them any more rational or responsible.