Woke KKK Alert: Richard Painter’s Ridiculously Stupid and Racist and Bigoted Argument About Which Students on Which University Campuses get to Call the Campus Police for Legitimate Safety Concerns (Richard Painter will SWAT you, if you get the answer wrong)

Sarah Braasch
7 min readNov 30, 2021


So, Richard Painter is in the midst of another Twitter war with another University of Chicago Professor. (I have no idea why Richard Painter is so tied up in knots over the University of Chicago, and I really don’t care.)

Richard Painter has been relentlessly attacking University of Chicago Law and Philosophy Professor Brian Leiter for months now. As the whole world knows, Richard Painter began his now more than 2 and a half month long campaign to drive me to suicide and destroy my life, the life of an innocent Yale grad student and civil rights attorney, in mid September, 2021. Painter was exploiting me as a proxy to attack Brian, because Brian has steadfastly stood by my side during the now more than 3 and a half year hellish nightmare I’ve been living in, since the obvious Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale.

As I just mentioned in my previous blog post, which I share below, Richard Painter just threatened to SWAT me on Twitter for publicly documenting his brutal and vicious campaign against me, because that makes me a threat to his potential run for MN Governor. How he could possibly think that he could run for MN Governor after what he did to me is beyond me. No one wants a Governor who abuses traumatized and vulnerable women for sport on Twitter. Moreover, the irony is not lost on anyone that Richard Painter, former White House Ethics Lawyer, and current University of MN Law Professor, threatened to SWAT me on Twitter, over the now more than 3 and a half year old non-crime of calling the non-emergency helpline of the Yale Campus Police, because I was being harassed for months in my isolated Yale dorm room. The stupidity and bigotry boggle the mind. This is Cancel Culture. This is Trial by Twitter without Due Process. This is Extrajudicial Vigilante (in)Justice. This is why Richard Painter defines Woke KKK and Woke Privilege.

Now, Richard Painter is waging a Twitter war against University of Chicago Professor John R Lott Jr, over his book, More Guns, Less Crime.

You can almost see the gears turning inside Richard Painter’s head when you read his tweets. You know that he believed that he made a brilliant point by exploiting the killing this month of a recent University of Chicago graduate near the school’s campus in a notoriously crime ridden neighborhood.

Richard Painter has been screaming like a harpy about how University students on campuses in urban areas live in fear for their lives, because of loose gun laws.

You can almost catch the moment in Richard Painter’s tweets where he starts to worry that that brilliant point he just made seems like it could be construed as a wee bit racist, especially coming from the keyboard of a white law professor in Minneapolis.

So, what does Richard Painter decide to do? Brilliant rhetorician that he is?

He’s going to tie his argument to Kyle Rittenhouse, first, and, of course, Trump, and, then, inexplicably, me, by pulling in the USA Today’s Editorial Board’s Thanksgiving Op Ed that is nothing less than an incitement for someone to shoot and kill me, when they compare me to Ahmaud Arbery’s killers.

Racism and guns are both the problem, and somehow Sarah Braasch exemplifies this.

You can tell that Richard Painter really thought he won the day with that one.

But wait. I simply called the non-emergency helpline of the Yale Campus Police, really Yale Campus Security, exactly as I had been instructed to do, because I was being harassed in my isolated Yale dorm room.

But, the USA Today painted me as no different than Ahmaud Arbery’s gun toting killers, and that’s all the argument that Richard Painter needs or wants.

Clearly, I was trying to lynch Black students on Yale’s Campus via the Yale Campus Police, and they have guns.

But this is the most ridiculously stupid and racist argument ever, because Richard Painter has been screaming like a harpy that University students on urban campuses are in fear for their lives. And, truth be told, New Haven is a notoriously unsafe city, and a murder trial is being conducted as I type, over the recent murder of a Yale University graduate student near campus.

But, somehow, when a white woman calls the non-emergency helpline of the Yale Campus Police, exactly as she has been instructed to do, when she is followed by a stranger, a man, up to her isolated Yale dorm room, in a clearly unauthorized manner, and that stranger turns out to be a Black man, then, obviously, she has attempted a lynching, via the Yale Campus Police, just like Ahmaud Arbery’s killers, Me Too be damned.

But, that sounds pretty racist and stupid and bigoted too.

So, Richard Painter decides to go with the tried and true fallback Woke position of smearing me as a dangerous and violent psycho, who might have a gun, because loose gun laws, of course, and then Richard Painter threatened to SWAT me on Twitter.

Even though, of course, Richard Painter has been engaged in a 2 and a half month campaign to drive me to suicide and destroy my life via Cancel Culture and Trial by Twitter without Due Process, Woke KKK member that he is, for my non-crime of calling the non-emergency helpline of the Yale Campus Police, MORE THAN THREE AND A HALF YEARS AGO.

And, even though you never wanted to be in the head of Richard Painter, here are his ridiculously stupid and racist and bigoted and ableist tweets. Enjoy:

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